Per Petterson

novelist

Guest

Norwegian novelist

Per Petterson on KCRW

We talk to author Per Petterson, editor Ethan Nosowsky, and publisher Geir Berdahl about the what it takes to bring a book to life and about the changing world of publishing.

Per Petterson, Ethan Nosowsky and Geir Berdahl on Publishing

We talk to author Per Petterson, editor Ethan Nosowsky, and publisher Geir Berdahl about the what it takes to bring a book to life and about the changing world of publishing.

from Bookworm

Per Petterson's I Refuse is a beautiful and lyrical symphony of sadness, grief and loss.

Per Petterson: I Refuse

Per Petterson's I Refuse is a beautiful and lyrical symphony of sadness, grief and loss.

from Bookworm

More from KCRW

Usually the simplest part of reviewing a movie is designating its genre.

from Film Reviews

In Hollywood, merger mania continues, this time with a tech twist. Amazon is buying the storied MGM Studios, and the library of 4,000 movies and TV shows that comes with it.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Sandi Tan speaks about writing “Lurkers” with a gut feeling, and following an emotional momentum.

from Bookworm

Before Lin-Manuel Miranda brought his astonishing "Hamilton" to Broadway he created "In the Heights," a Broadway musical set in a Latino, mostly Dominican neighborhood of Washington…

from Film Reviews

Veteran producer David Friendly’s many film credits include three “Big Momma’s House” movies.

from The Business

Joan Silber writes about life's strange surprises in her new book, “Secrets of Happiness."

from Bookworm

Sherry Buchanan, author of “On the Ho Chi Minh Trail,” discusses what she learned about the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese women who survived its frontlines.

from Scheer Intelligence

The former Congress member talks to Robert Scheer about his life and the dramatic events surrounding his political rise, as told in his new book “The Division of Light and Power.”

from Scheer Intelligence

Ximena Vengoechea wants to teach us how to listen again with her new book “Listen Like You Mean It,” but is that even possible in a capitalist world?

from Scheer Intelligence