Scott Semegran of Austin Liti Limits met virtually with local author, James Wade, to discuss his brand new literary Western, All Things Left Wild. In Part 1, the pair discuss what it's like to publish and promote a new book during a pandemic and explore the world of Wade's new book. Catch Part 2 for a … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: James Wade
Scott Semegran of Austin Liti Limits met virtually with author Jeanette Brown for the latest installment in Austin Liti Limits' author interview series. In Part 1, the pair discuss indie bookstore life during the pandemic and Brown's latest, The Illusion of Leaving. Austin Liti Limits interviews author Jeannette Brown from Larry Brill on Vimeo. Catch Part 2 for … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: Jeanette Brown
The Austin Liti Limits crew sat down with acclaimed thriller writer, Meg Gardiner, for the latest installment in their author interview series. The pair discuss Gardiner's early success with China Lake, the origin of her storytelling bug, and examine The Dark Corners of the Night — the third movement in Gardiner's wildly popular UNSUB series. Catch … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: Meg Gardiner
Hey everyone! My name is Eugenia and as part of my job here at BookPeople I get to do all sorts of fun things-- from booking author events to coming up with storytimes and hosting field trips-- and one of the coolest parts of my job here is coordinating BookPeople's Teen Press Corps. The TPC … Continue reading Teen Thursday: TPC Interviews Marissa Meyer on the BookPeople Podcast!
The Austin Liti Limits crew sits down with local author and seasoned documentary producer, Kate Winkler Dawson. The pair discuss Dawson's road from Journalism school to writing books and tackle her latest endeavor, American Sherlock — the first book-length examination of the life and work of Edward Oscar Heinrich, a pioneer of forensic science. Watch … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: Kate Winkler Dawson
Welcome! It's the inaugural post with our friends from Austin Liti Limits! This episode features author, comedian, screenwriter and director Owen Egerton. He's authored numerous novels, including Hollow, The Book of Harold and Everyone Says That at the End of the World, and one story collection, How Best to Avoid Dying. In Part 1 of this episode, Larry Brill sits … Continue reading Austin Liti Limits: Owen Egerton
Austin author Chris Barton has written over 15 books, with a strong emphasis on emotionally nuanced, meticulously researched nonfiction. In his upcoming release from Lerner Books, All of a Sudden and Forever: Help and Healing After the Oklahoma City Bombing, he tackles the aftermath of a terrible tragedy with sensitivity and hope. The book -- to be published just weeks before … Continue reading Q&A with Chris Barton
A video interview with former White House Photographer Pete Souza and Teen Press Corps journalist Xander Christou! Guess what, friends? We learned a big lesson recently: IT NEVER HURTS TO ASK! Pete Souza, former Official White House Photographer, was coming to the store to celebrate the paperback release of his book, Shade. So we asked … Continue reading Teen Thursday: Interview with Pete Souza
We're honored to host Jean Mendoza for An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States, which she adapted for young readers along with Debbie Reese. Mendoza will be here Tuesday, November 26th at 7 PM-- we hope you'll join us! In the meantime, check out this Q&A with the author and bookseller Rachel R, who has … Continue reading Q&A with Jean Mendoza
We’re thrilled to host Austin author Cate Berry this Sunday, November 3rd at 2 PM to celebrate her second picture book, Chicken Break! Mark your calendars and check out our Q&A with Cate below! BookPeople: OK, obvious first question: What came first, the chicken or the egg? Cate Berry: Chicken! No, egg! The egg would … Continue reading BookKids: Q&A with Cate Berry!