Marginalia Marginalia takes readers beyond the pages of the book, through author interviews, editorial insights and more. Marginalia hosted by Beth Golay and is produced at KMUW-Wichita.
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Marginalia takes readers beyond the pages of the book, through author interviews, editorial insights and more. Marginalia hosted by Beth Golay and is produced at KMUW-Wichita.

Most Recent Episodes

Kate Williams on 'Never Coming Home'

On this episode of Marginalia, Beth Golay visits with Kansas Native, Kate Williams, about the inspiration for her new book for young adults.

Lisa Taddeo on her new story collection, 'Ghost Lover'

Beth Golay visits with author Lisa Taddeo about her short story collection, "Ghost Lovers," the final installment is critics call her literary trifecta,

Geraldine Brooks's novel begins with a horse, and then takes a deep dive into race and racing

On this episode of Marginalia, a Pulitzer Prize–winning author , Geraldine Brooks, on her latest novel, "Horse."

Geraldine Brooks's novel begins with a horse, and then takes a deep dive into race and racing

Emily Henry on her next 'beach read' for book lovers

In this episode of Marginalia, Emily Henry talks about the tropes that inspired her latest novel.

Emma Straub straddles the line between fiction and autofiction in 'This Time Tomorrow'

In this episode of Marginalia, Emma Straub explores the truths of her real life through science fiction.

Emma Straub straddles the line between fiction and autofiction in 'This Time Tomorrow'

Candice Millard on 'River of the Gods' and the search for its source

Candice Millard will be in conversation with Dr. Robin Henry at the Advanced Learning Library on Tuesday, May 17 at 6:00 p.m.

Hernan Diaz on 'Trust'

On this episode of Marginalia, a Pulitzer finalist on his *second* work of fiction.

Soon Wiley on love, loss, belonging, and 'When We Fell Apart'

Beth Golay speaks with author Soon Wiley about his debut novel.

Colleen Hubbard on 'Housebreaking,' her debut novel

Beth Golay speaks with author Colleen Hubbard about how she was inspired by Shakespeare when writing her novel, "Housebreaking" ... but not in the way one would expect.

Dolen Perkins-Valdez on 'Take My Hand' and its historical and timely importance

On this episode of Marginalia, KMUW's Beth Golay speaks with author Dolen Perkins-Valdez about her historical novel, "Take My Hand."

Dolen Perkins-Valdez on 'Take My Hand' and its historical and timely importance