The newspaper reporter-turned-mystery writer explains his upcoming documentary and his return to the Harry Bosch novel series with The Black Box.
The inventive storyteller and English professor explains the premise of his new novel, San Miguel.
The guest highlights for August 2012 illustrated the different facets of one thing: humanity.
The Emmy-winning journalist offers insight into how the West could tip the scales in the 2012 presidential election and shares how immigration is changing the narrative in the U.S. and lessons learned while writing his text, Desert America.
The decorated military veteran and author of The Long Walk reflects on how his thought processes have changed as a result of his battlefield experiences in Iraq.
Tavis pays tribute to the Oscar-nominated screenwriter and best-selling author, who recently lost her battle with leukemia.
The Salon.com columnist weighs in on the Supreme Court’s healthcare ruling, explains her text, What’s the Matter with White People?, and assesses the evolution of the race and class discussion.
After an illustrious career spanning 50 years with Sports Illustrated, he’s somehow managed to chronicle his life and fit it all into one book. That book, Over Time: My Life as a Sportswriter, is now published and up for grabs. Tune in for the full conversation.
Novelist, professor, Nobel Prize winner and Pulitzer Prize recipient Toni Morrison was one of the cultural icons who received the Medal of Freedom in May 2012. She sat down with us on December 31, 2008 to discuss her text, A Mercy, her thoughts on changing the institution of slavery and supporting President Obama in his 2008 presidential campaign. Watch the 2008 conversation and share your thoughts.
The Pulitzer Prize winner reveals poignant details about the family dynamic surrounding his mentally disabled son, as described in his memoir, Father’s Day, and discusses life after Friday Night Lights.