Anne Rice: From "An Interview with the Vampire,” to "Christ the Lord.”Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 1 of 4

A Dick Staub conversation with Anne Rice: Segment 1. You can't judge a book by its cover goes the old adage. After years of interviewing culturally influential authors I would add, neither can you always judge the author by the book. Who knew Margaret Atwood, author of "A Handmaid's Tale," would tell me (off-the-air) of […]

Heidi Neumark: Breathing Space: A Spiritual Journey in the South Bronx Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 4 of 4

A Dick Staub interview with Heidi Neumark: Segment 4. Our daughter just moved to NYC to teach in the Red Hook District of Brooklyn a downtrodden area that is making a comeback. She is there with Teach for America. Jess's passion for the "least of these" has been evident since she was a child. Her […]

Heidi Neumark: Breathing Space: A Spiritual Journey in the South Bronx Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 3 of 4

A Dick Staub interview with Heidi Neumark: Segment 3. Our daughter just moved to NYC to teach in the Red Hook District of Brooklyn a downtrodden area that is making a comeback. She is there with Teach for America. Jess's passion for the "least of these" has been evident since she was a child. Her […]

Heidi Neumark: Breathing Space: A Spiritual Journey in the South Bronx.Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 2 of 4

A Dick Staub interview with Heidi Neumark: Segment 2. Our daughter just moved to NYC to teach in the Red Hook District of Brooklyn a downtrodden area that is making a comeback. She is there with Teach for America. Jess's passion for the "least of these" has been evident since she was a child. Her […]

Heidi Neumark. Breathing Space: A Spiritual Journey in the South Bronx. Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 1 of 4

A Dick Staub interview with Heidi Neumark: Segment 1. Our daughter just moved to NYC to teach in the Red Hook District of Brooklyn a downtrodden area that is making a comeback. She is there with Teach for America. Jess's passion for the "least of these" has been evident since she was a child. Her […]

Paul Elie: The Life You Save May Be Your Own Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 4 of 4

A Dick Staub Interview"Segment 4: Flannery O' Connor, Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day and Walker Percy were four Catholic writers whose faith meant they wrote from the margins of the literary elite, yet earned respect as thoughtful, spiritual creatives. Paul Elie provides provocative insight into how these writers honed their craft, stayed true to their faith […]

Paul Elie: The Life You Save May Be Your Own Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 3 of 4

A Dick Staub Interview”Segment 3: Flannery O’ Connor, Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day and Walker Percy were four Catholic writers whose faith meant they wrote from the margins of the literary elite, yet earned respect as thoughtful, spiritual creatives. Paul Elie provides provocative insight into how these writers honed their craft, stayed true to their faith […]

Paul Elie: The Life You Save May Be Your Own Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 2 of 4

A Dick Staub Interview”Segment 2: Flannery O' Connor, Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day and Walker Percy were four Catholic writers whose faith meant they wrote from the margins of the literary elite, yet earned respect as thoughtful, spiritual creatives. Paul Elie provides provocative insight into how these writers honed their craft, stayed true to their faith […]

Paul Elie: The Life You Save May Be Your Own Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 1 of 4

A Dick Staub Interview”Segment 1: Flannery O’ Connor, Thomas Merton, Dorothy Day and Walker Percy were four Catholic writers whose faith meant they wrote from the margins of the literary elite, yet earned respect as thoughtful, spiritual creatives. Paul Elie provides provocative insight into how these writers honed their craft, stayed true to their faith […]

Edward Jones, "The Known World" Podcast: Journeys Interview Segment 4 of 4

Segment 4 of a Dick Staub interview.. This interview is as much an exploration of the challenges for writers these days as it is about the national book award winning "The Known World." Edward Jones knew he could write"Before "The Known World" his only published work was "Lost in the City," a collection of short […]