podcasts

Podcast Episode #36 – Holly Van Leuven

In this week’s episode, we interview Holly Van Leuven, author of Ray Bolger: More Than a Scarecrow. This interview was recorded during BIO’s May 2019 annual conference in New York City.

Podcast Episode #34 – Julie Dobrow

In this week’s episode, we interview Julie Dobrow, author of After Emily: Two Remarkable Women and the Legacy of America’s Greatest Poet. This interview was recorded during BIO’s May 2019 annual conference in New York City.

Podcast Episode #32 – Marcia Biederman

In this week’s episode, we interview Marcia Biederman,  author of Popovers and Candlelight: Patricia Murphy and the Rise and Fall of a Restaurant Empire. This interview was recorded during BIO’s May 2019 annual conference in New York City.

 

Podcast Episode #29 – John Kaag

In this week’s episode we interview John Kaag, author of Walking with Nietzsche: On  Becoming Who You Are. This interview was recorded during BIO’s May 2019 annual conference in New York City.

 

Podcast Episode #28 – James Altas

Honoring The Life Of an Acclaimed Biographer
James Atlas
March 22,1949-September 4, 2019

In this week’s episode, we interview James Atlas, author of The Shadow in the Garden: A Biographer’s Tale. This interview was recorded during BIO’s May 2018 annual conference in New York City.

Podcast Episode #27 – 2019 BIO Conference Panel: Fact and Speculation

This week’s episode features highlights of a panel from the 2019 BIO Conference, “Fact and Speculation,” with moderator James McGrath Morris and panelists Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, Michael Hainey, and Stacy Schiff.

 

Podcast Episode #26 – 2019 BIO Conference Panel: Promoting Your Biography

This week’s episode features highlights of a panel from the 2019 BIO Conference, “Promoting Your Biography,” with moderator Ruth Franklin and panelists Dan Blank, Melinda Ponder, and Declan Taintor.

 

Podcast Episode #18 – Imani Perry

In this week’s episode, we interview Imani Perry, Princeton University professor and author of Looking for Lorraine: The Radiant and Radical Life of Lorraine Hansberry and May We Forever Stand: A History of the Black National Anthem. This interview was recorded during BIO’s May 2019 annual conference in New York City.