Tuesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm
This series, produced by Blue Ridge PBS and hosted by Rose Martin,
features writers who are from Virginia or who write about Virginia.
Recorded on location, each half hour interview delves into the stories behind the stories.
If you miss episode, watch them on PBS Video!
We have some great shows headed your way!!
November 5 & 8 – Deanna Raybourn (Watch a bonus clip on Blue Ridge PBS Passport!)
We visit the Williamsburg Botanical Garden and talk with New York Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn. We’ll learn about the intrepid lepidopterist, Veronica Speedwell, star of Raybourn’s Victorian mystery series. deannaraybourn.com/
November 12 & 15 – Cameron MacKenzie (Watch bonus clips on Blue Ridge PBS Passport!)
When you hear the name Pancho Villa do you think bandit, or hero, or scoundrel, or maybe, Robin Hood for the poor peasants in Mexico? Explore a complex Pancho Villa in Cameron MacKenzie’s debut novel, The Beginning of His Excellent and Eventful Career. cameronmackenzie.org
November 19 & 22 – Kristin Wright
We visit with Kristin Wright in Brookneal. Her southern gothic novel, Lying Beneath The Oaks, is twisty, romantic and full of suspense. kristinbwright.com
November 26 & 29 – Jim Minick
We visit the Settlers Museum in Atkins to talk with Jim Minick about his book, Fire is Your Water, Winner of the 2017 Appalachian Book of the Year for fiction. This novel explores what it means to heal and what it means to have faith in God and in each other. jim-minick.com/wpdev
Also to come this season: Martin Clark, Jean Huets, K. E. Lanning, Kim Michele Richardson, Ken Woodley, Frank Kilgore and more!