Posts by Landis Wade

Martin Clark

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Martin Clark

Charlotte Readers Podcast
“The Substitution Order” – Legal Thriller In today’s episode recorded as a LIVE podcast at Park Road Books, we meet author Martin Clark, a retired Virginia Circuit Court judge who spins legal thrillers with a twist and who knows a thing or two about the legal system and the lawyers…
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Scott Fowler

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Scott Fowler

Charlotte Readers Podcast
True Crime, Panthers and Young Adult Adventure In today’s episode, author and long-time Charlotte sportswriter Scott Fowler shows us his varied talents as a writer. Many readers know Scott for his insightful and entertaining sports coverage for The Charlotte Observer and for his non-fiction sports books, but you might be…
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Maureen Ryan Griffin

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Maureen Ryan Griffin

“Spinning Words into Gold” In today’s episode, we meet author and writing coach, Maureen Ryan Griffin, who reads poetry from her collection “Ten Thousand Cicadas Can’t Be Wrong” and guides us through her writing book, “Spinning Words Into Gold: A Hands-On Guide to the Craft of Writing.” Charlotte Readers Podcast…
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Martha Kearse

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Martha Kearse

“The Sun is Up” – White Minister Speaks on White Privilege In today’s episode, we meet Martha Kearse, author of “The Sun is Up,” a book that acknowledges white privilege and explores hospitality theology against the backdrop of Charlotte’s racial history. Greg Jarrell, author of “Riff of Love,” says that…
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Lisa Kline

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Lisa Kline

“One Week of You” – Young Adult – And Essays In today’s episode, we meet young adult author, Lisa Williams Kline. Lisa will be reading essays, short stories and excerpts from her latest novel, One Week of You. What’s the trick to writing about teen lives? Keep your brain in high…
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Greg Jarrell

Charlotte Readers Podcast: Greg Jarrell

A Riff of Love: Notes on Community and Belonging In today’s episode, we meet Greg Jarrell, pastor, community activist, saxophonist and author of A Riff of Love, a melodic true story of his life in Enderly Park, a Charlotte community misunderstood and often ignored by the movers and shakers in…
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