Nancy's Bookshelf Each week host Nancy Wiegman talks to local, regional and national writers about their latest projects. Nancy's Bookshelf airs Wednesdays at 10 a.m. and Sundays at 8 p.m.
Nancy's Bookshelf

Nancy's Bookshelf

From North State Public Radio

Each week host Nancy Wiegman talks to local, regional and national writers about their latest projects. Nancy's Bookshelf airs Wednesdays at 10 a.m. and Sundays at 8 p.m.

Most Recent Episodes

Nancy's Bookshelf: Ron Womack, Josie Smith And Mike Boggs

A Brief History of the Richardson Family, Richardson Springs, Butte County Published by the Association for Northern California Historical Research (ANCHR) Guests Ron Womack and Josie Smith are two of the editors of this book about the owners of Richardson Springs. A third guest, Mike Boggs, is a descendant of the Richardson family.

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Nancy's Bookshelf: Bryan Stevenson And TJ Richardson

Bryan Stevenson writes a powerful true story about the Equal Justice Initiative, the people we represent, and the importance of fighting injustice. His latest, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption is a New York Times bestseller and this year's Book In Common. Also, Author TJ Richardson captures the essence of pursuing your goals amongst hardships in Where I Wanna Be . Richardson speaks about his journey as a nontraditional student.

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Nancy's Bookshelf: The California: Reflections And Remnants

On the morning of November 8, 2018, one of the most deadly and destructive wildfires in United States history destroyed the town of Paradise, California. At least 86 people died in the inferno. The California Camp Fire—Reflections and Remnants is the quintessential historical testament and reflection of that tragic day and the continuing aftermath.

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Nancy's Bookshelf: The Birds And Trees Of Bidwell Park

Retired professors Roger Lederer and Carol Burr wrote and illustrated The Birds of Bidwell Park. Now they have collaborated on a guide to the trees of Bidwell Park.

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Nancy's Bookshelf: Thrills With Avanti Centrae And Howard Levine

It is a packed hour this week at Nancy's Bookshelf. Kicking things off is the author of the international award-winning VanOps thriller series, Avanti Centrae. Our second guest, a uthor Howard Levine provides us with details about his fast-paced thriller, "Last Gasp."

Nancy's Bookshelf: Coffee And Humor With Alec Binyon And Eric Miller

Author and coffee connoisseur Alec Binyon provides an in-depth look at how to operate a coffee business. His book, "How to Open a Coffeehouse in the Real World," is a road map for your journey from employee to coffee entrepreneur. Humorist Eric Miller reads his essay "Hanging Out with Old Attitudes" which was selected for inclusion in this year's LiveWord performance at Chico's Blue Room Theater on January 31 and February 1. LiveWord is a collaboration between the North State Writers group and

Nancy's Bookshelf: Dan Barnett & Bill Hartley

Book reviewer Dan Barnett's column "Biblio File" appears in the Chico Enterprise-Record. With more than 30-years of book reviewing experience, Barnett details the latest books that speak on the Camp Fire and it's aftermath. Also, we speak with Camp Fire survivor Bill Hartley, owner of Joy Lyn's Candies.

Nancy's Bookshelf: Lynn Elliott & William Martin

Author and playwright Lynn Elliott formerly taught in the English Department at Chico State University. He who grew up in Wales and reads from his autobiography about his childhood Christmas in Wales. Also, Author William Martin drops some wisdom on the practice of forgiveness, creating a unique path from guilt, blame, and shame to peace of mind and freedom.

Nancy's Bookshelf: Ira Glass And Edward Humes

Ira Glass stops by to chat about a collection of short stories titled, The New Kings of Nonfiction. Also, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, Edward Humes came to talk some trash about GARBOLOGY: Our Dirty Love Affair With Trash .

Nancy's Bookshelf: Author Lisa Benaron M.D. And Journalist Ethan Watters

Author Lisa Benaron M.D. kicks-off the hour by providing a detailed and informative look at Autism spectrum disorder. Our second guest, Journalist Ethan Watters, explains how America categorizes disorders, thereby defining mental illness and health. About Lisa Benaron MD : The author of Autism , s he is a graduate of Yale Medical School and is board certified in Pediatrics, Internal Medicine and Neurodevelopmental Disabilities. She is the medical director of Far Northern Regional Center, where

Nancy's Bookshelf: Author Lisa Benaron M.D. And Journalist Ethan Watters

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