A conversation with Jesse Erickson, the Astor Curator of Printed Books and Bindings at the Morgan Library & Museum in New York City.
A conversation with Becca Stevens, writer, priest, justice entrepreneur, and President of Thistle Farms. Becca's most recent book is "Practically Divine."
A recap of the books I read in 2022.
"The Wine'd Down" panel from the 2022 Boerne Book & Arts Festival, moderated by Matt Boutte, host of The Deckle Edge Podcast.
A collection of author interviews recorded at the 2022 Boerne Book & Arts Festival in Boerne, TX.
A conversation with the singer, songwriter, and author, Radney Foster. We talk about his life and work, his writing process, his music, and more.
A conversation with Sophfronia Scott. Sophfronia is a novelist, essayist, and leading contemplative thinker whose work has appeared in numerous publications and received a 2020 Artist Fellowship Grant from the Connecticut Office of the Arts. Her book The Seeker and the Monk: Everyday Conversations with Thomas Merton received the 2021 Thomas Merton "Louie" Award from the International Thomas Merton Society. She is the founding director of Alma College’s Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing, a low residency graduate program based in Alma, Michigan.
A conversation with Jim Tolpin. Since 1970 Jim has worked professionally in woodworking as a timber framer, boat finish carpenter, and custom cabinet maker. He’s also been a teacher and a writer, co-founding the Port Townsend School of Woodworking in 2007. Jim has written articles for most of the major woodworking magazines including Fine Woodworking and Fine Homebuilding. He’s also written feature length articles for Coastal Living and Cottage Living magazines. Additionally, he’s written eighteen books that together have sold nearly a million copies. Jim’s latest book, Euclid’s Door, is due out this fall from Lost Art Press.
A conversation with the poet and Episcopal priest, Travis Helms. Travis is the author of the book, "Blowing Clover, Falling Rain" and is the founder and curator of the LOGOS reading series, as well as executive director of EcoTheo Collective.
A conversation with Elizabeth Miki Brina, author of the recent book, "Speak, Okinawa: A Memoir."