Marginalia is a weekly podcast hosted by KMUW's Beth Golay. Episodes feature author interviews, editorial commentary and other marginalia to enhance the reading experience.Several of Beth's interviews are included each year in NPR's Book Concierge. And you can see the list of what Beth has read since she started keeping track in 2003.Listen to the episodes at kmuw.org or subscribe to the Marginalia podcast wherever you get your podcasts.
Soon Wiley on love, loss, belonging, and 'When We Fell Apart'
Beth Golay speaks with author Soon Wiley about his debut novel.
Colleen Hubbard on 'Housebreaking,' her debut novel
Beth Golay speaks with author Colleen Hubbard about how she was inspired by Shakespeare when writing her novel, "Housebreaking" ... but not in the way one would expect.
Brian Morton on 'Tasha: A Son's Memoir,' a tribute to his mother
On this episode of Marginalia, KMUW's Beth Golay visits with author Brian Morton about his efforts to write both fiction and non-fiction about his parents.
Grant Snider on 'The Art of Living,' his latest comic
When he's not working as an orthodontist, Grant Snider is typically drawing comics. His work has appeared in national newspapers and magazines, and several of his collections have been published as books. He recently spoke with Beth Golay about his latest book for this week's Marginalia.
Rosie Walsh on 'The Love of My Life,' her newest emotional thriller
On this episode of Marginalia, KMUW’s Beth Golay discovers how an author learns the tricks of her characters’ trades.
Jill Gutowitz on her essay collection 'Girls Can Kiss Now'
Described as a “queer social media pioneer,” Jill Gutowitz has shifted from publishing her thoughts on Twitter to a new book of her essays titled "Girls Can Kiss Now." On this week's Marginalia, Gutowitz describes the collection and who might benefit from reading it.
I’ve just discovered you, because I was searching for that THE LINCOLN HIGHWAY: AMOR TOWLES interview and I liked how the interviewer let the author talks without cutting him out, anyway I think I’m gonna be checking out this pod to find my favorite authors and also for finding someone new to read, KEEP GONING👍
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Jenny Offill interview
If I were Jenny Offill, I’d consider the Marginalia interview fun, and not work. This and the NYT podcast I heard not long ago, make me curious enough about her style to read “Dept. of Speculation.”