Walter James Miller

Walter James Miller appears in the following:

P.E.N. Officials

Wednesday, May 16, 1979

Authors and P.E.N officials B.J. Chute, Kirkpatrick Sale, and Karen Kennerly discuss their involvement with P.E.N. They talk about the origin of the organization and the work they do, including a program for writers in prison.

WNYC archives id: 73162


Nancy Evans

Saturday, May 12, 1979

Nancy Evans, Glamour book reviewer, discusses the art of book reviewing.

WNYC archives id: 73017


Augusta Greenblatt

Saturday, May 05, 1979

Augusta Greenblatt, author of Your Genes and Your Destiny.

WNYC archives id: 73077


Samuel Menashe

Wednesday, May 02, 1979

Poet Samuel Menashe discusses his poetry with Walter James Miller. Menashe reads some of his poems including "Promised Land," "Walking Stick," "Western Wind," "Achilles," and "To Open."

WNYC archives id: 73141


Charles DeFanti

Saturday, April 14, 1979

Charles DeFanti discusses his book The Wages of Expectations: A Biography of Edward Dahlberg.

WNYC archives id: 73005


Eric Pace

Saturday, April 07, 1979

Eric Pace, New York Times correspondent, discusses his novel Nightingale.

New York Times correspondent Eric Pace speaks about his new thriller, Nightingale. The book depicts a plot by mercenaries to steal the Iranian crown jewels and escape via the ancient city of Persepolis. Host Walter James Miller ...


Eric S. Rabkin

Friday, March 02, 1979

Eric S. Rabkin discusses his two recent books on science fiction and fantasy, Science Fiction: History-Science-Vision (co-authored with Robert Scholes) and Fantastic Worlds: Myths, Tales, and Stories.

WNYC archives id: 73167


Helen Morrissey Rizzuto

Wednesday, February 14, 1979

Helen Morrissey Rizzuto discusses her poetry book, Evening Sky on a Japanese Screen, and reads selections from it.

WNYC archives id: 73166


Jamake Highwater

Monday, February 12, 1979

Jamake Highwater discusses his new novel, Journey to the Sky, with Walter James Miller.

WNYC archives id: 72876


Eleanor Adams Baxiel

Monday, January 01, 1979

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Eleanor Adams Baxiel discusses her new travel book, A Guide for Solo Travel Abroad.

WNYC archives id: 73189


Charles Silberman

Friday, December 08, 1978

Charles Silberman discusses his new book, Criminal Violence, Criminal Justice.


Joseph Campbell

Monday, September 25, 1978

Joseph Campbell discusses his new book, The Mythic Image .

WNYC archives id: 72997


Franklin Baumer

Monday, July 10, 1978

Franklin Baumer discusses his book Modern European Thought: Continuity and Change in Ideas, 1600-1950.

WNYC archives id: 72987


Nancy Evans

Monday, July 03, 1978

Nancy Evans discusses her book How to Get Happily Published.

Evans, a former editor of Harper's Weekly, explains that she and her co-author, Judith Appelbaum, read every other book on getting published before writing their own, and found that many of the how-to books lacked common sense. ...


Wilbur Scott

Monday, June 12, 1978

Wilbur Scott discusses his new book, Skills of the Poet .

WNYC archives id: 73179


Miriam Andrews

Monday, June 05, 1978

Miriam Andrews discusses her new book of poetry, Mary Shiminski I Love You.

WNYC archives id: 72802


William Mundell

Monday, June 05, 1978

William Mundell discusses his latest book of poetry, Mundell Country: New Poems by William Mundell.

WNYC archives id: 72806


Taitz and Henry

Friday, June 02, 1978

Emily Taitz and Sondra Henry discuss the role of women in recorded history and their book, Written Out of History . They each read a favorite selection from the book.

WNYC archives id: 73086


Andrew Glaze

Friday, June 02, 1978

Andrew Glaze discusses his collection of poems, The Trash Dragon of Shensi. He reads some poems from the book including "Lights," "Choir," "Becoming,"and "Fantasy Street."

WNYC archives id: 73024


Henry Korn

Monday, May 22, 1978

Henry Korn discusses Seventh Assembling: A Collection of Otherwise Unpublishable Manuscripts, which he co-compiled with Richard Kostelanetz.

WNYC archives id: 73101