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Author Craig Heimbuch
12:31 am
Fri November 23, 2012

And Now We Shall Do Manly Things

What happens when a suburban dad, used to the comforts and conveniences of modern day life, suddenly receives a 12 gauge shotgun from his dad, who simply told him it was for “shooting?” Local author Craig Heimbuch shares his experiences of breaking out of his comfort zone and learning to hunt and better understand his family legacy in his new memoir, And Now We Shall Do Manly Things; Discovering My Manhood Through the Great (and Not-So-Great) American Hunt, and he shares some of this humorous tale with Mark Perzel.


Field Notes with Thane Maynard
12:31 am
Fri November 23, 2012

Environmentalist Ellen LaConte

Ellen LaConte is a busy woman: acting director of the EarthWalk Alliance, contributing editor to Green Horizon Magazine and The Ecozoic Reader, publisher of the online newsletter Starting Point, and author of the new book Life Rules: Nature's Blueprint for Surviving Economic and Environmental Collapse. She provides a holistic approach to the many challenges facing our world and she is Thane Maynard’s guest this week.


Author Camille Paglia
12:30 am
Fri November 23, 2012

Glittering Images

Camille Paglia

Camille Paglia is one of todays most acknowledged cultural critics, author of provocative books such as Sexual Personae and Break, Blow, Burn, is now out with her assessment of art from earlier times right up to Star Wars. In Glittering Images, she selects more than two dozen images and provides some background on the author and the work, but also places it in within its historical context. It’s a fascinating walk through time using arts as the guideposts, and she’s on the phone to discuss this journey with Mark Perzel.


Author Bill Roorbach
12:30 am
Fri November 23, 2012

Life Among Giants

Bill Roorbach

In his novel, Life Among Giants, author Bill Roorbach freely admits that there are touches of a memoir woven through this tale of murder, seduction and revenge. The book has been highly praised by critics and readers alike, and even our Mark Perzel was completely enthralled by the story. Mark talks with Bill Roorbach about this book and how the initial premise came to be.


Focus on Technology
12:31 am
Fri November 16, 2012

When Computers Become as Smart as People

Singularity Rising by James Miller

A new book, Singularity Rising, suggests computers are on the path to becoming as smart as people. In this week’s Focus on Technology, Ann Thompson, in an interview with author James Miller, reports on how soon it could happen, which country will have the technology first, and what could derail it.


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