In the Author's Voice is a regular web feature of WSIU Public Radio. WSIU hosts talk with local and national Author's about their works.
"The Unknown," Martiece Arrington
A random traffic accident in the summer of 2009 in Bloomington, Illinois forever changed the life of Martiece Arrington and his family. Martiece’s then 10-year old brother, Travell, was killed while riding his bicycle. Martiece is a May 2021 graduate of SIU Carbondale. His new novel, “The Unknown,” honors the life of his brother and chronicles their journey. WSIU’s Jeff Williams recently talked with Martiece about his book for this edition of In The Author’s Voice.
MS. Adventure: Jess Phoenix
In this edition of In The Author's Voice, volcanologist and adventurer Jess Phoenix talks about her recent book "MS. Adventure: My Wild Explorations in Science, Lava, and Life."
The Last Crystal Trilogy: Frances Schoonmaker
In this edition of In The Author's Voice, longtime educator and author Frances Schoonmaker talks about her awarding winning trilogy of children's books, "The Last Crystal."
In The Author's Voice: 100 of the Worst Ideas in History
Just in time for a summer road trip, there's a new audio book version of "100 of the Worst Ideas in History." WSIU's Jeff Williams talked with co-author, Mike Smith, for this edition of In The Author's Voice.
In The Author's Voice: Cate Holahan
Welcome to this edition of In The Author's Voice. Today (4/20/21), a new psychological thriller hits the book stands from author Cate Holahan. "Her Three Lives" tells the story of a family that must discover who the real enemy is after a violent home invasion breaks their trust in one another. WSIU's Jeff Williams talked Holahan about her new novel.
In The Author's Voice: Steve Berry
Author Steve Berry's latest installment in his Cotton Malone series is out today (2/23/21). WSIU's Jeff Williams recently talked with Berry about "The Kaiser's Web" for this edition of In The Author's Voice.