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Readers and Writers: David Maraniss, They Marched into Sunlight

They Marched into Sunlight is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author's newest book. It intertwines two narratives to capture the Vietnam War experience from homefront and battlefield perspectives. Described by some reviewers as the best portrait of the Vietnam era. Maraniss and hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson take listener calls.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers: War Is a Force That Gives Us Meaning, Chris Hedges

Drawing from his experience as a New York Times correspondent in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Central America, Hedges explores the seductive attraction of war--for the soldier, the civilian and the war correspondent--in this brief but provocative work. Hedges and hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson take listener questions.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers: Natalia Rachel Singer and Bob Cowser (Hour 1)

The opening program of the 2004-05 season features two regional writers, Natalia Rachel Singer, author of Scraping By in the Big Eighties, and Bob Cowser, author of the forthcoming Dream Season: A Professor Joins America's Oldest Semi-Pro Football Team. This two-hour special features readings and conversation, and as always, listener calls. Chris Robinson hosts.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers on the Air: Summer Reading Call-in

Hosts Ellen Rocco, Chris Robinson and Rick Hunter recommend favorite summer reading for 2004 in this two-hour special edition of Readers & Writers. Listener calls and emails help build up an impressive list to keep even the most workaholic glued to the hammock until the leaves fall. The complete list is available below.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers on the Air: Regional Poetry Special, hour 1

Readers & Writers call-in on contemporary literature wraps up its tenth anniversary season with a two-hour program surveying poets of the region. Callers share their favorite work with hosts Ellen and Rocco and Chris Robinson, and guest poets Michael Coffey, Joe Duemer, Roger Mitchell and Dale Hobson.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers: Regional Fiction

The postponed February edition of Readers & Writers on the Air, our call-in on contemporary literature. The focus is on fiction by regional authors. Hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson, and callers, talk with two exceptionally talented novelists and short fiction writers: Elizabeth Innes-Brown, author of Burning Marguerite, and Chris Bohjalian, author of Midwives, The Law of Similiars, and The Buffalo Soldier.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers on the Air: New Regional Fiction

Hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson, along with callers, talk with the authors of two new novels with regional connections. Sue Halpern's The Book of Hard Things and Roxana Robinson's Sweetwater will be the focus of our conversation.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers on the Air: 2004 Winter Reading Call-in

NCPR callers join host Ellen Rocco and guests Chris Robinson and Rick Hunter in compiling a fireside must-read list of regional authors and writing.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers on the Air: Regional Humor

Guest writers Tim Brookes and Joe Connelly join hosts Chris Robinson and Ellen Rocco and callers to talk about humor writing by regional authors. What to read: "A Hell of a Place to Lose a Cow": An American Hitchhiking Odyssey, Tim Brookes; Crumbtown, Joe Connelly. *Due to a technical problem, this program was not recorded.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers on the Air: Regional Nonfiction

In our call-in on contemporary literature, hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson explore nonfiction by regional authors with help from Christopher Shaw, author of Sacred Monkey River: A Canoe Trip with the Gods; Thurston Clarke, author of Pearl Harbor Ghosts: The Legacy of December 7, 1941;and Phil Harnden, author of Journeys of Simplicity: From the Lives of Thomas Merton, Basho, Edward Abbey, Annie Dillard and others and with help from NCPR listeners.  Go to full article

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