Author Q&A: Bob Kessler on Transformational Resilience


Author Bob Doppelt discusses his new book, Transformational Resilience: How Building Human Resilience to Climate Disruption Can Safeguard Society and Increase Wellbeing. The book uses neuroscience-based mental health and mindfulness research to help readers adopt positive and principled behaviors in order to cope…

6 Books For Adults-In-Training (Hello, Graduates!)


Hey, you! Yeah, you. You’re graduating, congratulations. Well, shucks, you say. What now? Welcome to the bright and confusing adult horizon of your post-grad life. Technically you never have to read another book again, but as the fabulous late great Oscar Wilde once…

Author Q&A: Lauren Kessler on Raising the Barre

Lauren Kessler, author of fourteen books and an instructor of storytelling at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication, has been enamored with the world of tutus, arabesques, and plies since she was five years old. Her latest book, Raising the…

Epilogue Episode 4 – 8.21.15

Host Dana Bredeweg talks new Tolkien novels, Gosling-less Notebook spin-offs, Project Putin, and more in this episode of Epilogue.

Author Q&A: Alex Tizon

Big Little Man: In Search Of My Asian Self author Alex Tizon explains how his book became a memoir. (more…)

Epilogue Episode 3 – 8.14.15

In the studio after a harrowing escape from her zipper, Epilogue host Dana Bredeweg gives us the latest. In this week's episode: Dr. Suess is still publishing new books (sort of), hackers love Jane Austen, a mailman makes a special literary delivery, and…

BookSmarts: Under The Banner Of Heaven

University of Oregon journalism student Jessi Gunn tells us about growing up with J.K. Rowling and how Under the Banner of Heaven surprised her.   Get more BookSmarts!

Epilogue Episode 2 – 7.31.15

Host Dana Bredeweg talks about Netflix's "unfortunate" new series, killer coloring books and Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari.  Find the article Dana mentions on Amazon's new payment policies here.

BookSmarts: War, Pestilence, And The Surgeon’s Blade

UO graduate and Booklandia.tv host Maya delves into some gore-y history in this episode of BookSmarts when she discusses Wars, Pestilence, and the Surgeon's Blade by Thomas Scotland. War and surgery aren’t for the weak of heart, but who knew they had such corresponding histories?

Author Q&A: Mary Pilon

Mary Pilon, author of The Monopolists, a book that delves into the surprisingly scandalous history behind the board game Monopoly, talks with us about her latest book.

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