writer Armistead Maupin Talks About "Logical Family," His New Memoir By Kelly Blewett • Nov 17, 2017 Listen Listening... / 12:52 Writer Armistead Maupin is perhaps best known for his San Francisco column Tales of The City, which was a popular TV special and has recently been adapted into a stage play. WaPo Writer Discusses The Demise Of The Guitar Industry In A Recent Article By Ron Esposito • Aug 4, 2017 Washington Post Listen Listening... / 11:35 Geoff Edgers is the National Arts Reporter for the Washington Post who recently reported on the slow collapse of the guitar industry. Catching Up With Musician And Writer Kelly Richey By Elaine Diehl • Jan 6, 2017 Listen Listening... / 13:08 Local musician Kelly Richey is starting 2017 with a new group (the Kelly Richey Power Duo) and will be based out of The Greenwich in Walnut Hills, plus is doing more writing and teaching. Local Author Thomas Atkinson Talks About Stories He's Had Published In Great Britain By Barbara Gray • Sep 2, 2016 Listen Listening... / 10:25 Local author Thomas Atkinson joins our Barbara Gray to talk about some of his stories which have published recently. "Last Ape Standing" from science writer Chip Walter By Thane Maynard • May 24, 2013 Listen Listening... / 10:04 Scientists have determined that at least 27 different species of humans have evolved on planet Earth, yet only one still survives. Why are we still here and our 26 predecessors aren’t? In his fascinating new book, Last Ape Standing: The Seven-Million-Year Story of How and Why We Survived, acclaimed science writer Chip Walter attempts to answer that question as he discusses with Thane Maynard in this week’s Field Notes. RJ Smith from Cincinnati Magazine By Mark Perzel • May 10, 2013 Listen Listening... / 10:15 RJ Smith is the new Senior Editor for Cincinnati Magazine, and he joins Mark Perzel in the studio to discuss his new role, provide a snapshot of the variety of articles in the May issue, as well as talk about the book he released late last year, The One: The Life and Music of James Brown. Writer-in-Residence Pauletta Hansel By Barbara Gray • Apr 19, 2013 Listen Listening... / Acclaimed local writer Pauletta Hansel has been named the very first Writer-in-Residence at Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Kentucky. She joins our Barbara Gray to talk about what a Writer-in-Residence does, an upcoming community writing retreat, and a September visit from poet Rebecca McClanahan.