Roger Hodge, author of Texas Blood, joins Amy to talk all things Texas. They touch on family history, pilgrimages, Cormac McCarthy, and the borderlands.
Patricia Lockwood joins Amy to talk about her hilarious and touching memoir, PRIESTDADDY. They cover jewel-hoarding, mysterious household rags, and dad-habits.
Jay Chandrasekhar of MUSTACHE SHENANIGANS and of Super Troopers fame joins John to talk movie-making, starting out in comedy, and why he’s a little tired of superheros.
Garrard Conley joins Amy to talk about his memoir, BOY ERASED. They talk about his time in gay conversion therapy, finding himself afterwards, and focusing on compassion.
Mitch Horowitz is the Vice President and Executive Editor of TarcherPerigee books and master of all things occult and esotericism. Mitch & Lindsay discuss the struggle with mainstream media and how we can retain information in the age of oversaturation. They talk about his recent fanboy moment as well as witch hunting, Ouija boards, positive thinking, and spirituality. Learn more about the book here:
Journalist and author Lisa Napoli joins Amy to talk about her book, RAY & JOAN. They discuss McDonald’s history, radical giving, technological advances, and the work of art that inspired Napoli to start digging. .
Amor Towles, author of the best-selling RULES OF CIVILITY, came on the show to talk about his new book, A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW. He and Amy talk Russian literature, gratifying research and why Andre Agassi is like a good novelist. Learn about the book here:
Tara Clancy, author of THE CLANCYS OF QUEENS, joins Amy to talk Brooklyn, Shakespeare, The Moth, and how writing a memoir with your name at the bottom is a spoiler in and of itself.
Phoebe Robinson, comedian and host of WNYC’s 2 Dope Queens podcast, talks to Lindsay about writing, getting older, podcasting, criticism, and her new Amazon show with Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Hahn, I Love Dick. She also tells us which celebs would be her ideal roundtable interview, and why she loves her niece more than anything. Learn about the book here: