Set in a fictional North Carolina Beach town, Sarah Dessen talks about The Moon and More.
Disappearing workboats of commercial fishermen are captured and their stories told, next.
What happens if technology allows us to not use words any more? The Word Exchange tells us
A sworn conservationist/environmentalist, Earnhardt talks; Crossroads of the Natural World
From the head to the ocean, Phillip Gerard takes us along the Cape Fear, talking to DG.
Peggy Payne explores an aspect of Tantric Yoga with her novel, Cobalt Blue.
Tom Eamon talks political history with DG discussing, The Making of a Southern Democracy
John Kasson, visits with DG Martin, about The Little Girl Who Fought the Great Depression.
Ruth Moose, visits with DG Martin, to talk about her latest, Doing It at the Dixie Dew.
Drew Perry gives us a look at impending fatherhood in Kids These Days.
Wiley Cash tells us about his latest venture, The Dark Road to Mercy.
Walt Wolfram, Distinguished professor of English, tells us about Talkin Tar Heel.