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: Experiencing the Temple of Man with Anyextee

Chico author Anyextee spent two years in Egypt researching his book, "The Adept Initiate's Guide to Luxor Temple: Experiencing the Temple of Man Using the Esoteric Symbolist Approach."

Nancy's Bookshelf: Wealth, love and the battle for a family fortune

Liz Brown's book Twilight Man is a biography and mystery that tells the story of her ancestors.

Nancy's Bookshelf: Two authors who wrote books based on their own life experiences

Health coach Daniella Forest helps readers tailor their wellness path to their unique bodies' needs. Chico State grad Terry Richardson was in the military and held a variety of jobs before becoming a college student. He emphasizes living by your optimistic future rather than that of others.

Nancy's Bookshelf: Two authors who wrote books based on their own life experiences

Nancy's Bookshelf: The history of the Yahi & a summer camp for young writers

Steve Schoonover writes a history of the Northern California Yahi tribe. Also, Chico State University creative writing professor Sarah Pape facilitates a summer camp for young writers.

Nancy's Bookshelf: The history of the Yahi & a summer camp for young writers

Nancy's Bookshelf: Recipes from a Chico health coach and services available at your county library

Healthy food tips from a Chico health coach and exploring the services available at your county library.

Nancy's Bookshelf: Recipes from a Chico health coach and services available at your county library

Best of Nancy's Bookshelf: Two Chico State grads who are prolific writers

Two Chico State alumni tackle different territories and perspectives with their writing.

Best of Nancy's Bookshelf: Two Chico State grads who are prolific writers

Nancy's Bookshelf: Two former Chico State faculty members write about two very different k...

Former Chico State faculty members provide two very different militia tales.

Nancy's Bookshelf: Two former Chico State faculty members write about two very different k...

Nancy's Bookshelf: True stories of men who since their youth suffered the consequences of ...

A Chico advocate for the mentally ill tells her son's story. Also, the final chapter in Rex Ogle's memoir trilogy tells his struggle of being unhoused after his father discovered he was gay.

Nancy's Bookshelf: True stories of men who since their youth suffered the consequences of ...

Best of Nancy's Bookshelf: Butte College history instructor writes about mental illness an...

Dillon Carroll pens Invisible Wounds: Mental Illness and Civil War Soldiers (Conflicting Worlds: New Dimensions of the American Civil War), a book that examines the effects of military service, particularly combat, on the psyches and emotional well-being of Civil War soldiers.

Best of Nancy's Bookshelf: Butte College history instructor writes about mental illness an...

Nancy's Bookshelf: Wild raptors and the birds of Bidwell Park

Bruce Haak has spent 50 years studying wild raptors. Chico ornithologist Roger Lederer tells us about the birds of Bidwell Park.