Sarah Blake / WPSU-FM Associate Producer
Kathryn Stockett’s 2009 novel, The Help, was just released as a film. The film stars Viola Davis, Emma Stone and Octavia Spencer. Our reviewer, Sarah May Clarkson, is a frequent contributor to BookMark.
Sloane Crosley published a new collection of essays, How Did You Get This Number?, last year in 2010. If you remember her debut collection, I Was Told There’d Be Cake, you can be assured of another hilarious read.
Six months ago Book Mark producer Sarah Blake was anticipating a baby. She just gave birth to a baby boy last Wednesday. We’re rebroadcasting her review of Spoon to celebrate.
A Penn State Harrisburg professor recently published her first book of literary nonfiction. This collection of essays shares family stories, and tales of amazing, old greenhouses that made up the family business.
A new mystery series will have you barking for more! Narrated by a fun-loving canine, these books follow a dog and his owner as they run the Little Detective Agency.
When a NYC journalist visits State College and falls in love with a farmer, what happens next? Our review will tell you about the exciting new book that tells this true story.
Fiction can help us through difficult truths and can move us to act. One novel recently captivated a local college student, and she came to WPSU to share her review.
A local author captures the stories of many amazing pioneer women of the West in this historical nonfiction book that's been brought back to print.
For the last week of National Poetry Month, we take a look at a book published by the University of Pittsburgh Press. Find out more about a poet that's working everything from Reagan to Scrabble into his exciting poems.