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Kory French
This week on Book Talk DJ Kory takes you through his highlights from 2011. We will hear some of the best moments,…
Merry Christmas to all! Today is Christmas day, so Book Talk will focus on three stories about Christmas: Yes Virginia,…
It has been two years since I have been hosting Book Talk and as I fight for residency in this country, I decided to run…
Matthew Zingg's work has appeared in the Cider Press Review, the Madison Review, Low Log, and Opium Magazine among…
Michael Lala grew up mostly in the western United States and Tokyo, and studied writing in Michigan. He is the author…
Fine Fine Music is a collection of stories about the other side of rock and roll and coming of age in the land that time…
After the death of his father and an ego-damaging breakup, unemployed college dropout Billy MacKenzie finds himself in a…
Zine – We’ll Never Have Paris. Narrative nonfiction 'for all things never meant to be.' A NYC-based, print-only,…
This week on Book Talk I discuss the OWS movement and a book about the history and mystery of the Federal Reserve and…
Compared to the famed Shakespeare and Company by Gonzague Pichelin, a French filmmaker whose award-winning documentary…
ILOANBOOKS.com Infinity Links October And November Itchy Legs Often Ain't Normal It Looks Obvious After Napping Insane…
Timothy Malcolm Smith, a young Creative Director at a cozy ad agency in East Central London, has warmed the hearts of an…
How necessary are reviews? The more that books go online, both as products for sale and as content to read, the more…
One good thing about “33 Revolutions Per Minute,” which is subtitled “A History of Protest Songs, From Billie…
This week BreakThru Radio has been investigating the small screen—how we use it, why we use it, how it is changing the…
What do you get when you plop a moody Midwesterner in Manhattan, the land of the quick and the mean, then grant him a…
This week on Book Talk is guest-less. I talk briefly about the conflict of scheduling Party Week with the 10th year…
Does nothing matter? It shouldn't do. After all, nothing is …well… nothing.
“The bare bones of the plot are certainly gripping — the loss of a son she never knew, the lifelong grieving process…
In this remarkable new work, writer and filmmaker Antonino D'Ambrosio tells the astonishing and dramatic story behind…
Equal parts hip-hop memoir, razor-sharp analysis of the current political climate, and self-help manual for the…
It is Peter Pan Syndrome week here on BreakThru Radio, so, as the shoe fits, wear it. I do a reading from the J.M.…
This week on Book Talk we have illustrator/artist Ricardo Cortes who collaborated with Adam Mansbach to be the first…
For the Kellehers, Maine is a place where children run in packs, showers are taken outdoors, and old Irish songs are…
Welcome to The Bookscore, where we rate what you read by compiling reviews from the most trusted book review…
In his 2005 New York Times bestselling memoir, Symptoms of Withdrawal, Christopher Kennedy Lawford chronicled his deep…
For half-Native American Minx, this is not superstition; it is reality. Once a struggling young artist in New York City,…
This week's show is dedicated to fathers. As a special guest, I spoke to my own dad over the phone about the importance…
Professional Idiot recounts Stephen “Steve-O” Glover's glory days, drug addiction, and his path of recovery and…
Imagine that Jane Austen had written the opening line of her satirical novel Pride and Prejudice this way: “It is a…
A book that celebrates the library's vast collection - and patrons - by featuring a diverse group of celebrities,…
“We aren't just service dog and master; Tuesday and I are also best friends. Kindred souls. Brothers. Whatever you…
Project V.O.I.C.E. (Vocal Outreach Into Creative Expression) is a national movement that celebrates and inspires youth…
It’s 2008. Jim Axelrod—once among the most watched correspondents on network news and the first television reporter…
Experienced stage actress and successful television star of Warehouse 13, Joanne Kelly comes by the studio to discuss…

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