Author Q&A: Lisa Genova on researching Inside The O’Briens

Author and neuroscientist Lisa Genova tells Booklandia.tv about what goes into researching a book like Inside the O'Briens.

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…

Review: Cress (The Lunar Chronicles)


Oh my god. I can't stop with these books. Cress is a great, hulking beast of a young adult novel so I took it with me on my flight up to Alaska this summer (3 planes between Eugene, Oregon and Cordova). I finished…

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!

Advice From Authors: Lisa Genova

In our newest segment, Advice from Authors, Best-selling author Lisa Genova gives advice to aspiring writers. To get more tips from Genova visit her website here.

Author Q&A: Jackaby by William Ritter

William Ritter tells us about his book Jackaby, in which a young woman becomes the assistant to an eccentric paranormal investigator.

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?

Writers on Writers: Lisa Genova

Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice and Inside the O'Briens, tells us about how the work of Oliver Sacks has influenced her own writing.

Author Q&A: Christine Finlayson on selling stories

To make a little extra change, many children set up lemonade stands in their neighborhoods when the weather heats up. But the young Tip Of A Bone author Christine Finlayson had a different sales pitch.

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