Wisconsin Public Radio & The Wisconsin Book Festival

Wisconsin Public Radio is a media sponsor of the Wisconsin Book Festival, occurring October 20-23. It's going to be a busy weekend with lots to see and do, so, if you need a little help, check out these authors and presenters who have been interviewed on Wisconsin Public Radio:

Oct 20 at 7:30pm at the Central Library Community Room
Jane Hamilton, author of The Excellent Lombards
Jane Hamilton’s interview on The Larry Meiller Show

 

Oct 20 at 9:00pm at the Central Library Community Room

Phoebe Robinson, author of You can’t Touch My Hair

Phoebe Robinson’s interview with NPR

 

Oct 21 at 5:30pm at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Barcadia! Arcade-Era Cocktails Re-Imagined with Andre Darlington, co-author of The New Cocktail Hour: The Essential Guide to Hand-Crafted Drinks

Andre Darlington Talks About The Art Of Making Craft Drinks At Home with Breann Schossow

“Exploring The History And Art Of Making Cocktails” Andre Darlington’s interview on The Joy Cardin Show

 

Oct 21 at 6:00pm at the Central Library Community Room

Jack Mitchell, author of Wisconsin on the Air

“WPR – The First Hundred Years”, Jack Mitchell’s interview on The Kathleen Dunn Show

 

Oct 21 at 7:00pm at the Memorial Union – Shannon Hall

The Pleasure of His Company, presented by Randall Duk Kim & Anne Occhiogrosso

“Celebrating Shakespeare” Randall Duk Kim & Anne Occhiogrosso’s interview with Veronica Rueckert

 

Oct 21 at 7:30pm at the Central Library Community Room

Mark Stein, author of American Panic

“What Makes Americans Panic?”, Mark Stein’s interview with John Munson

 

Oct 22 at 10:30am at the Wisconsin Historical Museum

Dean Robbins, author of Miss Paul and The President & Two Friends

Dean Robbin’s interview with Veronica Rueckert

 

Oct 22 at 12:00pm at the Central Library Bubbler

Kelly Harms, author of The Matchmakers of Minnow Bay

Kelly Harms’ interview on The Larry Meiller Show

 

Oct 22 at 12:00pm at the Wisconsin Historical Museum

Stephen Coss, author of The Fever of 1721

Stephen Coss’ interview on The Kathleen Dunn Show

 

Oct 22 at 12:00pm at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Cathy O’Neil, author of Weapons of Math Destruction

Cathy O’Neil’s interview with Rob Ferrett

 

Oct 22 at 1:30pm at the Wisconsin Historical Museum

Jennifer Chiaverini, author of Fates & Traitors

Jennifer Chiaverini’s interview on The Larry Meiller Show

 

Oct 22 at 2:00pm at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum

Andrew Bacevich, author of America's War for the Greater Middle East

“The Brussels Attack And America's Middle East Policy”, Andrew Bacevich’s interview with John Munson

 

Oct 22 at 3:00pm at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Kristin Seaborg, author of The Sacred Disease

“Living With Epilepsy”, Kristin Seaborg’s interview on The Joy Cardin Show

 

Oct 22 at 6:00pm at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Priyamvada Natarajan, author of Mapping the Heavens

“The Universe And Beyond: Radical New Ideas Changing Our Maps Of The Cosmos” Priyamvada Natarajan’s interview with Rob Ferrett

 

Oct 22 at 6:00pm at the Central Library Community Room

Kathy Cramer, author of The Politics of Resentment

“Divided Wisconsin And The Politics Of Resentment”, Kathy Cramer’s interview on The Joy Cardin Show

 

Oct 22 at 8:00pm at the Central Library Bubbler

Patric Kuh, author of Finding the Flavors We Lost

“Finding The Flavors We Lost: How Artisans Are Reclaiming American Food” Patric Kuh’s interview on The Joy Cardin Show

 

Oct 23 at 12:00pm at the Central Library Community Room

Anne Trubek, author of The History and Uncertain Future of Handwriting

“The Future of Handwriting”, Anne Trubek’s interview on The Joy Cardin Show

 

Oct 23 at 2:00pm at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery

Mark Johnson & Kathleen Gallagher, co-authors of One in a Billion

“The Future - And Impact - Of Genomic Medicine”, Mark Johnson & Kathleen Gallagher’s interview with John Munson

 

Nov 01 at 7:00pm at the Memorial Union Theater

Matthew Desmond, author of Evicted

Matthew Desmond’s interview on Wisconsin Public Television

 

Jan 17 at 7:00pm at the Central Library Community Room

James Hamblin, author of If Our Bodies Could Talk

“The Health Benefits of Being Cold”, James Hamblin’s interview with Rob Ferrett

 

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