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.

Click here for a link to their interviews on our Events Page 

Books And The World



March 8

Leo Landry, author, Home Run, Touch Down, Basket, Goal – Sports Poems for Little Athletes, and bookstore manager at An Unlikely Story, Plainville, MA, interviewer Madeline Miele Holt

March 22

Arlene Kay, Death by Dog Show, interviewer Madeline Miele Holt

April 12

Julien Ayotte, Code Name Lily, interviewer Hugh Blair-Smith

J.R. Walcutt, Gaia Hunted, interviewer Nancy Richard

April 26

Heather Abel, The Optimistic Decade, interviewer Ray Cormier

Linda Cardillo, Love That Moves the Sun: Vittoria Colonna and Michelangelo Buonarroti, Interviewer Madeline Miele Holt

May 10

Christopher Castellani, Leading Men: A Novel, interviewer Madeline Miele Holt

Julie Dobrow, After Emily: Two Remarkable Women and the Legacy of America’s Greatest Poet, interviewer Nancy Rubin Stuart

May 24

Katrin Schumann, The Forgotten Hours, interviewer Kathy Aspden

Deane Turner, Adrift in Memories, interviewer Robert Reece

June 14

John Holl, Drink Beer, Think Beer: Getting to the Bottom of Every Pint, interviewer Ray Cormier

Crystal King, The Chef’s Secret, interviewer Kathy Teahan

June 28

B.A. Shapiro, The Collector’s Apprentice, interviewer Pamela Quirinale

Randy Susan Meyers, Waisted: A Novel

July 12

Jacqueline Loring, Vietnam Veterans Unbroken, Conversations on Trauma and Recovery, interviewer Robert Reece

Jeffrey Carter, Ralphie’s Cool Vacation: Adventures of a Masked Bobby, interviewer Alyssa Metcalf