|05/16/2013||Likely Stories - Here and Now by Paul Auster and J. M. Coetzee (03:32)
Letters might seem uninteresting, but these two award-winning writers share all sorts of thoughts on writing, literature, and sports.
|05/09/2013||Likely Stories - Cain by Jose Saramago (03:37)
Nobel Prize winning writer, Jose Saramago offers a witty and thought-provoking tale of the Old Testament.
|05/02/2013||Likely Stories - The Odds by Stewart O'Nan (03:30)
Stuart O'Nan continues his chronicle of the middle class and their struggles in life.
|04/25/2013||Likely Stories - Wild Decembers by Edna O'Brien (03:34)
Noted Irish author, Edna O?Brien, opens up a window on Irish life among farmers and their families.
|04/18/2013||Likely Stories - The Train by Georges Simenon (03:18)
Georges Simenon, creator of the Inspector Maigret detective series,weaves a suspenseful tale of the opening days of World War II in France.
|04/11/2013||Likely Stories - Wild Nights! by Joyce Carol Oates (03:35)
The first woman of American letters speculates on the days before -- and sometimes after -- the passing of some of the giants of American Literature.
|04/04/2013||Likely Stories - The Woman Who Walked Into Doors by Roddy Doyle (03:50)
Booker Prize-Winner Roddy Doyle delves into the mind of an abused woman.
|03/28/2013||Likely Stories - Silent Spring by Rachel Carson (03:37)
Stunningly beautiful work, which provided the spark for the new environmentalism of the 1960s.
|03/21/2013||Likely Stories - The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern (03:29)
A magical circus - open only at night - provides the setting for a fierce competition between two illusionists and their proteges.
|03/14/2013||Likely Stories - The Centaur by John Updike (03:47)
The best novel by one of the great writers of the 20th century.
|03/07/2013||Likely Stories - Elsewhere by Richard Russo (03:19)
Richard Russo, known for his tales of the Rust Belt, pens a memoir which provides clues to many of the characters in his work.
|02/21/2013||Likely Stories - Luka and the Fire of Life by Salman Rushdie (03:40)
Salman Rushdie adds to his list of great works with a tale of love and magic.
|02/07/2013||Likely Stories - Red Bird : Poems by Mary Oliver (03:17)
A collection of poetry by Mary Oliver, who delights the reader with tales of nature.
|01/31/2013||Likely Stories - The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach (03:41)
Harbach's The Art of Fielding is not another sports story about a sad-sack team of misfits saved by the talent, hard work and charisma of a young phenom.
|01/17/2013||Likely Stories - Wolf Hall by Hillary Mantel (03:33)
Booker Prize winner Hillary Mantel's sweeping novel of the reign of Thomas Cromwell, advisor to Henry VIII.
|01/03/2013||Likely Stories - Winter King by Thomas Penn (03:33)
Biography of Britain's Henry VII, first of the Tudor kings.