In The Author's Voice

In the Author's Voice is a regular web feature of WSIU Public Radio.  WSIU hosts talk with local and national Author's about their works.

Local Host(s): 
Jeff Williams, Jennifer Fuller
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9:15 am
Fri December 5, 2014

In The Author's Voice: The Butterflies of Illinois

Photo by Kevin Boucher
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In the Author's Voice
8:14 pm
Wed November 26, 2014

Thanksgiving: A History of Food & Culture

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On this Thanksgiving holiday we pause to give thanks and reflect on the culture and tradition of Thanksgiving.  

WSIU Radio's Jeff Williams talks with writer and blogger Rebecca Rupp about her recent work on the National Geographic Channel's new miniseries Eat: The Story of Food.

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In the Author's Voice
2:53 pm
Fri July 11, 2014

You Are Not Special and Other Encouragements: David McCullough

You Are Not Special and Other Encouragements by David McCullough, Jr.

Welcome to this edition of In the Author's Voice!  In the spring of 2012 a commencement speech given by high school English teacher David McCullough, Jr. went viral.  

His message to the graduating class: 'you are not special.' That speech is now the basis of a new book.  WSIU's Jeff Williams recently talked with McCullough about his view of the student experience and his new book You Are Not Special and Other Encouragements.

In the Author's Voice is a listener supported service of Southern Illinois University Carbondale and WSIU Radio.

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In the Author's Voice
6:14 pm
Thu June 26, 2014

Bliss House: Laura Benedict

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Acclaimed Novelist Laura Benedict is a southern Illinois based writer.  Her latest work, Bliss House, was just released.  She is a self-described author of "dark suspense."  

In this edition of In the Author's Voice, WSIU Radio's Jeff Williams talks with Benedict about her new book and how she got started writing scary novels...

Bliss House is now in bookstores. 

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In the Author's Voice
10:26 am
Wed June 11, 2014

Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: George Jelinek

Professor George Jelinek talks about his experience and research with Multiple Sclerosis.

George Jelinek was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1999 at the age of 45.  The Australian Professor of Emergency Medicine has been successful at using dietary and lifestyle changes to successfully manage his MS. 

Jelinek is the author of Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: An Evidence-Based Guide to Recovery and Recovering from Multiple Sclerosis.  He talks about his personal experience with MS and his research for this edition of In the Author's Voice.

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