A grandma/grandson duo talk about their home state of Florida's history, news, & culture as they tell family stories; they also read books by Floridians & interview the authors.
Roy Peter Clark!
In the season finale, we talk to Roy Peter Clark about The Changing South of Gene Patterson: Journalism and Civil Rights, 1960-1968, John Lewis, and Roy sings to Gramel!
Today we talk about the Burrow Press collection We Can’t Help It If We’re From Florida: New Stories from a Sinking Peninsula. Then, we talk to Burrow Press publisher Ryan Rivas about the press, his writing, and the Florida lit community.
Author Chat w/ Gale Massey!
In today's episode, we talk with Gale Massey about her novel The Girl From Bling River, playing poker, and Florida life.
Author Chat w/ Sarah Gerard!
Today we chat with Sarah Gerard about her new novel, her favorite Florida spots, gardening, music, and a whole lot more!
State Rep. Jennifer Webb!
We talk to Jennifer Webb about the work she's been doing during the pandemic, Florida politics, books, and a little bit about alligators.
In this episode, we chat about our reading of Susanna Daniel’s Stiltsville, the Gainesville Ripper, and actual stilt houses. Then, we talk to Susanna about her childhood in South Florida, her teaching, new writing, and working during the pandemic.