Here’s the first half of what we covered in Friday’s podcast.
Audiobook of the Week: Telegraph Days by Larry McMurtry, performed by Annie Potts. From Simon & Schuster.
Poetry Audiobook of the Week: Essential Dickinson, performed by Julie Harris. From Caedmon.
Sci-Fi Audiobook of the Week: Woken Furies by Richard K. Morgan, performed by William Dufris. From Tantor.
Book of the Week: Muzzled: From T-Ball to Terrorism-True Stories That Should Be Fiction by Michael Smerconish. From Nelson Current.
Biography of the Week: Just a Geek by Wil Wheaton. From O’Reilly.
History Book of the Week: A Day in a Medieval City by Chiara Frugoni. From University Of Chicago Press.
Comic-Related Book of the Week: Modern Masters, Vol. 7: John Byrne by Jon B. Cooke & Eric Nolen-Weathington. From TwoMorrows.
Graphic Novel of the Week: Emily Edison, by David Hopkins & Brock Rizy. From Viper Comics.
Humor Book of the Week: Pete Von Sholly’s Extremely Weird Stories. From Dark Horse.
Magazine of the Week: Write Now! #13. From TwoMorrows.
CD of the Week: Eric Clapton. From Polydor.
Blues CD of the Week: In the Natural State , by Jimmy Thackery with the Cate Brothers. From Rykodisc.
Soundtrack of the Week: Scoop. From Decca.
Just a Geek is a fantastic read! Wil Wheaton seems like such a down-to-earth guy. I wish I could have caught one of his public readings from this book. I’ve heard that he puts on a great show.