Finnegans Wake—the whole damn book—set to music. More
Melanie Gillespie is an author and the founder of Mel O’Drama School of Acting in Milton. She was in studio this morning to talk about her latest book Darlene and the Drama Queen and how acting can help kids to develop confidence. More
Boston Author Lauren K. Stein says her new book ‘Fresh Made Simple‘ was inspired by cooking in the kitchen with her daughter Abigail. The book isn’t just for kids, though. Listen as she describes the book and as we sample some of the recipes. More
Avi Shemtov is the chef/owner behind the popular Chubby Chickpea food truck, which serves a fusion of Mediterranean and American cuisine. His new book, “The Single Guy Cookbook: How to Cook Comfort Food Favorites Faster, Easier and Cheaper Than Going Out,” is out now. We talked about it and sampled some dishes! More
They found his new book in a box. They didn’t find it with a fox.
On July 28, Random House will release a new book from Theodor Geisel, better known as beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss, who passed away in 1991 at the age of 87.
That book, titled What Pet Should I Get?, is a big event for Random House, which is planning an initial run of one million copies. More
To Jeff Kinney, author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, philanthropy doesn’t mean attending galas, writing checks, or starting foundations. It means designing a floorplan, unpacking boxes, and serving coffee. More
In Douglas Wynne‘s third novel “Red Equinox,” the action, adventure–and terror–are centered in and around Boston. Famous landmarks like the Back Bay Fens, Mass. Ave. bridge, Christian Science Plaza, and Bunker Hill Monument play host to scenes of supernatural horror. I talked to the author about how he chose these settings, his love of Lovecraft (how do YOU pronounce the cthulhu on Doug’s shirt?) and more. More
In a world where tablets, Kindles, and Buzzfeeds reign supreme, we could use more Madisons. More
Actor Bryan Cranston always made a big deal about breakfast as Walter White on the modern television classic “Breaking Bad.” So it makes perfect sense that the author of the best-selling children’s book for adults “Go the F*ck to Sleep” would tap Cranston to narrate the audibook for his newest profane title, “You Have to F*cking Eat.” More
David Rose is a researcher at the MIT Media Lab, the CEO of Ditto Labs, and author of “Enchanted Objects: Design, Human Desire, and the Internet of Things.” Fascinating-sounding book, right? Listen to David talk to us about it and about the way we as humans interact with computers. More