Twice a month throughout the year we welcome authors both new and experienced to Books and the World, the longest running cable TV literary show in the county, now in its 41 st year of continuous production. Recent authors who have shared their stories and their writing experiences with audiences on the Cape include Suzanne Matson, Maxine Gordon, Keith Carreiro, Jack DeWitt, and many others.
Leslie Ann George, Mousebound, children’s fiction, interviewer Jim Coogan
Libraries, Books, and Authors – What's Up in Libraries Now? – with Corey Farrenkopf (Barnstable), Emily Carta (Harwich), Gabrielle Griffis (Wellfleet), interviewer Madeline Miele Holt
Ann Hood, Kitchen Yarns, interviewer Nancy Richard
Jacquelyn Mitchard, Deep End of the Ocean, interviewer Madeline Miele Holt
Leo Landry, author, Eat Your Peas, Ivy Louise, and bookstore manager, An Unlikely Story, Plainville.
Arlene Kay, Death by Dogshow, interviewer Madeline Miele Holt
Leslie Meier, Silver Anniversary Murder, Easter Bunny Murder, Saint Patrick’s Day Murder (Lucy Stone Mysteries), interviewer Nancy Richard
Julien Ayotte, Code Name Lily, interviewer Hugh Blair-Smith
Heather Abel, The Optimistic Decade, interviewer Ray Cormier
Linda Cardillo, Love That Moves the Sun: Vittoria Colonna and Michelangelo Buonarroti – historical fiction about the poet and the artist