KCRW's Bookworm
KCRW's Bookworm

KCRW'S BOOKWORM

A must for the serious reader Bookworm showcases writers of fiction and poetry - the established new or emerging - all interviewed with insight and precision by the shows host and guiding spirit Michael Silverblatt.
LATEST EPISODE
Ottessa Moshfegh: Homesick for Another World
1/19/2017 
  
In the first of two conversations with Ottessa Moshfegh, the author reveals that she doesn't... Show More
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Past Episodes
Lynne Tillman: The Complete Madame Realism and...
1/12/2017 
  
Lynne Tillman's The Complete Madame Realism and Other Stories, is a unique blend of short... Show More
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Don DeLillo: Zero K
1/5/2017 
  
In Don DeLillo's latest novel, Zero K, the practice of cryonics or freezing oneself to be... Show More
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Colson Whitehead: The Underground Railroad
12/29/2016 
  
Colson Whitehead's new great American novel depicts a real underground railroad that transports... Show More
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Patrick Ness: A Monster Calls
12/22/2016 
  
Patrick Ness' A Monster Calls - about a boy facing tremendous conflict with a bully at school... Show More
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Patrick Ness: A Monster Calls
12/22/2016 
  
Patrick Ness' A Monster Calls - about a boy facing tremendous conflict with a bully at school... Show More
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Rabih Alameddine: The Angel of History
12/15/2016 
  
Rabih Alameddine's The Angel of History takes place as much in the protagonist's head as it... Show More
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Rabih Alameddine: The Angel of History
12/15/2016 
  
Rabih Alameddine's The Angel of History takes place as much in the protagonist's head as it... Show More
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Mitch Sisskind: Do Not Be a Gentleman When You say...
12/8/2016 
  
Mitch Sisskind's Do Not Be a Gentleman When You Say Goodnight is a distillation of nearly fifty... Show More
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Mitch Sisskind: Do Not Be a Gentleman When You say...
12/8/2016 
  
Mitch Sisskind's Do Not Be a Gentleman When You Say Goodnight is a distillation of nearly fifty... Show More
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Peter Orner: Am I Alone Here?
12/1/2016 
  
When novelist Peter Orner's father died, he found himself unable to write. At the same time... Show More
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