Tim O’Brien on If I Die in a Combat Zone | Tantorious

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Tim O’Brien received the 1979 National Book Award in fiction for Going After Cacciato. His other works include the acclaimed novels The Things They Carried; July, July; and In the Lake of the Woods. Written before Going After Cacciato, If I Die in a Combat Zone: Box Me Up and Ship Me Home is an intensely personal account of O’Brien’s year as a foot soldier in Vietnam. Tantorious is a semi-monthly podcast series featuring interviews with well-known authors, hosted by Allan Hoving and presented by Tantor Audio.

Brian McGrory on Buddy: How a Rooster Made Me a (Family) Man | Tantorious

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Brian McGrory is a longtime newspaper reporter, editor, and columnist. Born and raised in and around Boston, he has written for and edited the Boston Globe since 1989. He has a twice-weekly column that appears on the front of the metro section, for which he has won the Scripps Howard journalism award. He also is the author of four novels. His new book, Buddy: How a Rooster Made Me a (Family) Man, is a heartwarming and wise tale of finding love in life’s second chapter—and how it means all the more when you have to fight for it. Tantorious is a semi-monthly podcast series featuring interviews with well-known authors, hosted by Allan Hoving and presented by Tantor Audio.

Robert Graysmith on Black Fire: The True Story of the Original Tom Sawyer and of the Mysterious Fires That Baptized Gold Rush Era San Francisco | Tantorious

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Robert Graysmith is the New York Times bestselling author of a number of true crime books, including The Sleeping Lady, Auto Focus, and Zodiac, the last two of which were made into major motion pictures. A San Francisco Chronicle political cartoonist and artist for 15 years, Robert lives in San Francisco. Tantorious is a semi-monthly podcast series featuring interviews with well-known authors, hosted by Allan Hoving and presented by Tantor Audio.

Joyce Johnson on The Voice Is All: The Lonely Victory of Jack Kerouac | Tantorious

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Joyce Johnson is a memoirist and novelist whose books include the recent Missing Men and the National Book Critics Circle Award–winner Minor Characters, about her relationship with legendary Beat writer Jack Kerouac. Her correspondence with Kerouac was published as Door Wide Open: A Beat Love Affair in Letters. Her newest book, The Voice Is All: The Lonely Victory of Jack Kerouac, is a groundbreaking portrait of the artist’s early years. Tantorious is a semi-monthly podcast series featuring interviews with well-known authors, hosted by Allan Hoving and presented by Tantor Audio.

Top Audio: Top ten best-selling 2012 releases from Tantor Audio

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Top Audio: Top ten best-selling 2012 releases from Tantor Audio

Q&A: Tantor CEO Kevin Colebank

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Q&A: Tantor CEO Kevin Colebank

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