back arrowView show

Interview - author Thomas J. Rice

Episode description

Told with sympathy and humor, the five Irish stories in Thomas Rices' Rites of Passage are of homeland lost and recovered, of fierce loyalties, of dashed and regained hopes, of betrayals and humiliations, of boys making their perilous journeys to manhood, of single mothers eking an existence out of stony soil, of the foibles and follies of small town communities, of grown men escaping the long shadow of childhood trauma. Although the themes of the book often have to do with irretrievable wrongdoing, the redemptive undercarriage is a celebration of characters' valiant struggles toward fairness and human dignity.

episodes iconMore Episodes

Interview: Perpetual, by author Brian Huey

February 21st, 2019

17:22

  "No government or corporation will control perpetual energy. My discovery will be free for the world, or nobody gets it at all!" His own words …

Interview - author Shinese M. Collins

November 18th, 2018

13:28

"Resilient on Purpose" - Everyone has a story to tell or has experienced trials and tribulations in their life. Due to the many trials and …

Interview - author Jeryn Alise Turner

November 18th, 2018

12:21

"A Dream Come True" - A Dream Come True by Jeryn Alise Turner dives into the deep aspects of one of the most important relationships a woman can have; the one with her mother. The setting of this book is Peru, a mecca …

Interview - author Dr. Dildra Martin-Ogburn

November 18th, 2018

13:34

"Living An Inspired Life: Words to Uplift Your Mind, Body and Soul" - Whether you are experiencing challenges in your life or feel as though …

Interview - author Elizabeth Ferry-Perata

November 18th, 2018

13:19

"Grains of Truth: Bonds of friendship cannot be broken" - What are the lies we tell ourselves to stay sane? In the world of a Texas feed store, the line between reality and truth blurs when love and friendship are at …

Interview - author Salvatore Esposito

November 18th, 2018

12:33

"The Sure Mercies" - The hardest person to forgive is yourself. Benjamin Orry, a wounded Iraq War veteran, sets out to visit the hometown of fallen comrade Uriah Landon. His goal is to return Uriah’s personal effects to …

Interview - author Bernard J. Fleury

November 18th, 2018

11:46

"What is Man? Male and Female" - This book focuses on the question “What does it mean to be human”? unlike other best sellers like John Grey’s Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus: The Classic Guide to Understanding …

Interview - author Dewey Reynolds

November 18th, 2018

13:59

"Two Shades of Vice: Based on the true story of an interracial couple's life together in crime" - The action is hot in Kansas City during the 1960s. …

Interview - author Richard F. Libin

November 18th, 2018

12:54

"Who Knew?" - What is a salesperson’s job? If you responded “To sell a product or service,” or any variation of this, then like most salespeople you’re mistaken. A salesperson’s job is not to sell, but to help a …

Interview - author Anne Redelf, MD

November 18th, 2018

13:00

"Illness Can Be the Cure" - Have you ever wondered if there is a reason for our health challenges, beyond what our doctors tell us? This book shares …

Interview - author Ankit Shukla

November 18th, 2018

13:56

"Don't Live the Good Life; Live the Better Life" - In wanting the better life, versus wanting the good life you are in essence, always wanting to strive for more. I relate many aspects of life and how we think, to the …

Interview - author Violetta Armour

November 18th, 2018

13:04

" I'll Always Be With You"- Since the horrific night a drunk driver slammed into their car during his driving lesson, young Teddy has had to live with the memory of seeing his beloved father, Stan, die. Now just …

Loading ...

Download the RadioPublic app for
 FREE and never miss an episode.

Get it on Google PlayDownload on the App Store