Well Read

Host Terry Tazioli sits down with popular and talented authors to explore their latest books. Following each hosted interview, Tazioli and Seattle Times Book Editor/National Book Critics Circle Board Member Mary Ann Gwinn discuss the focus of the show that week, and introduce viewers to related authors and books.

Well Read airs weekly on TVW Tuesdays at 7 & 10 p.m., with repeats throughout the weekend. Well Read also airs locally on UWTV, and is distributed by American Public Television to PBS and other public television stations around the nation -- the show can be seen in over 80% of the U.S.

To learn more, visit the new Well Read website at www.wellread.org.

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05/26/2015
1:00AM
26 Minutes

Well Read

Joyce Carol Oates, "The Sacrifice" -- Echoing in fiction the Tawana Brawley story, Oates' incendiary novel illuminates the tragic impact of sexual violence and racism, and its impact on innocent lives.

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05/19/2015
1:00AM
26 Minutes

Well Read

William Gibson, "The Peripheral" -- Imagine yourself in two bodies at the same time, in two different times. That's just a piece of the latest novel from award-winning Gibson, one of the best-known science fiction writers in North America.

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05/12/2015
1:00AM
26 Minutes

Well Read

Graeme Simsion "The Rosie Effect" -- In the sequel to Simsion's wildly popular "The Rosie Project," Don Tillman and Rosie Jarman are happily married and living in New York. But -- surprise! -- Rosie is pregnant.

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05/05/2015
1:00AM
26 Minutes

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Peter Coyote, "The Rainman's Third Cure" -- Coyote's new memoir spans the 60s, 70s, transcendence, healing, disasters -- a fascinating look at the people who shaped him.

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Well Read airs on TVW:

Tuesdays at 7 & 10 p.m.

Fridays at 8:30pm

Well Read also airs on UWTV, Pierce County TV and on PBS stations across the U.S