Eye on Books Classic is the official archive of author interview podcasts originally posted before 2006 at Eye on Books. For the very newest author interview podcasts, on current bestselling books, we invite you to visit Eye on Books.

Button1 Button2 Button3 Button4

Interviews originally posted in 01 / 2006

Browse by month: Jan | Feb | Mar | Apr | May | Jun | Jul | Aug | Sep | Oct | Nov | Dec
...or by a different year: 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006

Something for Nothing
by Brian Tracy

The Hostage
by W.E.B. Griffin

The Osama bin Laden I Know
by Peter Bergen

Moon's Web
by C.T. Adams

Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
by John Perkins

Sex and the Seasoned Woman
by Gail Sheehy

Resonant Leadership
by Richard Boyatzis

Women Who Make the World Worse
by Kate O'Beirne

The Finishing School
by Michele Martinez

Generation Rx
by Greg Critser

With Liberty and Justice For All
by Kate Michelman

The Greater Generation
by Leonard Steinhorn

The Dictionary of Republicanisms
by Katrina vanden Heuvel

Dog Days
by Ana Marie Cox

The Life All Around Me By Ellen Foster
by Kaye Gibbons

The First American Army
by Bruce Chadwick

A Killer Collection
by J.B. Stanley

In Lucia's Eyes
by Arthur Japin

Louis Johnson And the Arming of America
by David Roll

Small Steps
by Louis Sachar

The Colony
by John Tayman

The Raw Deal
by Joe Conason

The Berlin Conspiracy
by Tom Gabbay

President Reagan: The Triumph of Imagination
by Richard Reeves

Alexander II: The Last Great Tsar
by Edvard Radzinsky

Point of Entry
by Peter Schechter

At Canaan's Edge
by Taylor Branch

So You Call Yourself a Man
by Carl Weber

The Anger Diet
by Dr. Brenda Shoshanna

The Dream Life of Sukhanov
by Olga Grushin

A Jealous God
by Pamela Winnick

My Mother's Daughter
by Linda Carroll

Love Walked In
by Marisa de los Santos

Out of Eden
by Alan Burdick

My Confederate Kinfolk
by Thulani Davis

by Jesse Kellerman

Blood in the Sand
by Stephen Eric Bronner

My Year in Iraq
by L. Paul Bremer

Return to Wild America
by Scott Weidensaul

One of the things I had the most fun with [was], they treat her like an adult in a kind of sickeningly earnest way. Everything’s out in the open, and occasionally another character will say, ‘Is there anything you don’t tell that child?’

- Elinor Lipman
My Latest Grievance

Featuring 1,841 interviews with 1,590 authors, including:

"The Sultan's Seal" by Jenny White

"Iraq Confidential" by Scott Ritter

"Not Much Just Chillin'" by Linda Perlstein
Home  •  Authors  •  Books  •  Author Photos  •  FAQ
About Us  •  Contact Us  •  Privacy Policy  •  Legal Disclaimer