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Books on the Nightstand published our final episode in July 2016. This is a place for listeners to find old episodes. 

I'm sorry that we don't have show notes for all of the episodes, and that the episodes do not have consistent filenames. Still, we hope you find that the content is valuable enough to overlook those annoyances.

Thank you to all who have listened to BOTNS over the years and for those who are just discovering the podcast. 

May 30, 2012

Finally, it's our long-promised show featuring all of your suggestions for David, who called our voicemail line asking for recommendations of under-appreciated women writers. Thank you so much to everyone who called in and created the wonderful list you see below. Since this was all about the writers, I linked...

May 22, 2012

 In this episode of the Books on the Nightstand books podcast, we talk about historical fiction and how it is defined. Also, William Faulkner, Julian Barnes, and The Homemade Pantry.

How we're finding Faulkner

A little update on our Faulkner project. Both Michael and I are attempting to read (or re-read) a William...

May 16, 2012

The Concord Free Press and their wonderful publishing program; Re-reading, do you do it? Do you have time to do it?; Michael sheepishly admits that he still hasn't read Waiting for Sunrise, the new novel from William Boyd, and Ann recommends Trapeze by Simon Mawer

No, Really - It's Free!

Concord Free Press is a...

May 7, 2012

Announcing our Booktopia:Santa Cruz author lineup, book snobbery, The Man Who Planted Trees, and a new novel from Toni Morrison.

(Apologies for the less-than-stellar sound this week. Our recording conditions were less than optimal.)

Booktopia Past and Future:

We're finally back, recovered from the glory that was...

May 1, 2012

This week we present two more of the talks from our BooktopiaVT Celebration of Authors: Sara J. Henry, author of Learning to Swim, and Richard Mason, author of History of a Pleasure Seeker.


Congratulations to Sara J. Henry, whose novel Learning to Swim won two awards last week: the Mary Higgins Clark Award and...