Part two of Stu Levitan’s conversation with one of the most interesting and politically important UW graduates from the late sixties, Helen Shiller. Her career encompassed almost 30 years of […]
Madison BookBeat highlights local authors and book events. The show, hosted by a literary collective, airs every Monday afternoon from 1-2 pm.
Helen Shiller, “Daring To Struggle, Daring To Win: Five Decades ...
Stu Levitan welcomes one of the most interesting and politically important UW graduates from the late sixties, Helen Shiller, whose career encompassed almost 30 years of civic activism and community […]
Things We Found When The Water Went Down by Tegan Nia Swanson
This week, host Angie Trudell Vasquez speaks with local writer Tegan Nia Swanson about her debut novel, Things We Found When the Water Went Down (December 2022, Catapult Co). Described […]
Frank Emspak, “Troublemaker: Saying No To Power”
Stu Levitan welcomes WORT’S own Frank Emspak about his new memoir Troublemaker: Saying No to Power. You probably know Frank as a co-founder and producer of Madison Labor Radio, right […]
Peter Fauerbach, “Fauerbach Brewing Company, Madison Wisconsin, ...
Stu Levitan welcome Peter Fauerbach, the namesake and great-great-grandson of the founder of the brewing company that is synonymous with Madison, for a discussion of his award-winning, lavishly illustrated new […]
Maggie Ginsberg on Her Debut Novel, “Still True”
n this edition of Madison BookBeat, host Angie Trudell Vasquez speaks with local author Maggie Ginsberg. Her debut novel “Still True,” set in a fictional Wisconsin town, was just published by the University of Wisconsin Press.
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