Jeff Berryman in Taproot's upcoming 'Gaudy Night' by Dorothy Sayers

Lord Peter Wimsey was not really looking for love…  

Interview with "Dilbert" Cartoonist Scott Adams on "The Way of the Weasel"

In this Dick Staub Show Interview, Dick talks with Scott Adams about the start and stop journey towards becoming a cartoonist and creator of "Dilbert," as well as his book, "Dilbert and the Way of the Weasel: A Guide to Outwitting Your Boss, Your Coworkers, and the Other Pants-Wearing Ferrets in Your Life." Never one to limit the […]

Malcolm Guite's "Sunset; a sonnet" (w/Audio)

Occasionally some friends and I  challenge one another to write a poem inspired by… by Malcolm Guite

Anne Rice: From "An Interview with the Vampire," to "Christ the Lord."A Dick Staub Interview.

A Dick Staub conversation with Anne Rice. 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 "The Handmaid's Tale (Everyman's Library)," would tell me (off-the-air) of […]

Brett McCracken's Hipster ChristianityPodcast: Live at Canada West with Bill Hogg 1 of 1

In our premier Kindlings Muse Canada West broadcast of 2011, Bill Hogg and our cadre of gadflies, film critic Peter T. Chattaway, and filmmaker Kevin Miller, add their wit and wisdom to the discussion. Brett McCracken's Hipster Christianity. McCracken's debut book, deconstructs evangelicalism's quest for cool and considers the trends the church openly embraces. McCracken alleges that we are, "turning Christianity […]

Truth and Grace in Victor Hugo's Greatest story Les MiserablesPodcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries 1 of 1

Host Dick Staub with Reverend Earl Palmer in a discussion about the Truth and Grace in Victor Hugo's Greatest story Les Miserables. The supreme happiness of life is the conviction that we are loved.–Volume I, Book V,   Podcast: Play in new window | Download (57.7MB)

Dr. Jeff Keuss: "iPod, YouTube, WiiFit," friendship through the eyes of emerging adults Podcast: Live at KindlingsFest 2010

KindlingsFest 2010 explored theme of Friends for the Journey with Luci Shaw, Dr. Hal Poe, Dr. Jeff Keuss, Nigel Goodwin, Dr. Jerry Root, Jeff Johnson, and artists-in-residence Kathy Hastings, Bob Bennett and Corrie Moore. Join us in 2011 on Orcas Island July 27-30, 2011.   One of the many talks from Kindlings Fest taking place […]

Dick Staub's book, "About You: Fully Human, Fully Alive!"

Hi there! As of today, my newest book, About You, Fully Human: Fully Alive, is now available online and at bookstores everywhere. If I may be so bold as to ask this favor? If you have enjoyed my writing, speaking, broadcasting, podcasting or whatever other contact we've had, I hope you run right out and […]

The Lovely Bones Podcast: Live At Hales Segment 1 of 1

Host Dick Staub leads us in a discussion about a world described by the SF Chronicle as "savagely beautiful that comes alive in a strange and compelling novel." The book is The Lovely Bones, by Alice Sebold. The NYT said it is "mesmerizing ~ taking the stuff of neighborhood tragedy and turning it into literature." […]

Dorothy Sayers: "The Whimsical Christian""Podcast: Live At Earl Palmer Ministries

Tonight host Dick Staub and Rev. Earl Palmer explore Dorothy Sayers, English crime writer, poet, playwright, essayist & Christian humanist, through a a series of essays originally published as The Whimsical Christian and later most are found in "Letters to a Diminished Church: Passionate Arguments for the Relevance of Christian Doctrine." Podcast: Play in new […]