Author Conversations presented by Arcadia Publishing and The History Press
Haunted Tombstone

Haunted Tombstone

October 21, 2019

Do the Earp along with Doc Holliday still fight it out in Tombstone, AZ? On this episode I talk with the author of Haunted Tombstone, Cody Polston. 

Haunted History of Washington State with Deb Cuyle

Haunted History of Washington State with Deb Cuyle

October 14, 2019

Join me this week as a speak with the author of 3 Haunted titles. Explore the haunted history of Washington State. 

The famous case of Moll Dyer, witchcraft and a curse.

The famous case of Moll Dyer, witchcraft and a curse.

October 7, 2019

Get ready for an intense episode! This week I speak with Lynn J. Buonviri the author of Moll Dyer and Other Witch Tales of Southern Maryland. 

 
 
Haunted lighthouses, bars, museums and everything in between!

Haunted lighthouses, bars, museums and everything in between!

September 30, 2019

This week is week one on our journey into the unexplained. Join me as I speak with the authors of Haunted Michigan. 

Ghosts and History

Ghosts and History

September 27, 2019

Starting on Monday, September 30th, Author Conversations will feature some of our spookier books up until Halloween. 

Revolutionary War Conversation with Robert Geake

Revolutionary War Conversation with Robert Geake

September 23, 2019

Join me as I have a conversation with Robert Geake. Robert is the author of New England Citizen Soldiers of the Revolutionary War. Personally the Revolutionary War is my favorite period of history and Robert shines light on who these soldiers were, where they came from, where they fought and different types of fighting units. 

Sean Davis and the History of Wildfire Fighting

Sean Davis and the History of Wildfire Fighting

September 9, 2019

Sean Davis joins me on this edition of Author Conversations. Sean is the author of Oregon Wildland Firefighting which is now available. Join us as we explore the history of fighting these devastating disasters. 

The True Story of a mother, a son and the 19th amendment

The True Story of a mother, a son and the 19th amendment

August 30, 2019

Join me this week as I speak with Tyler Boyd who is the author of Tennessee Statesman Harry T Burn. Tyler is the great grand nephew of Harry T Burn who cast the deciding vote which allowed Tennessee to pass the 19th amendment which made women's voting rights law. But there is more to the story including the legendary note from his mother which swayed Harry to vote for the 19th amendment. 

Georgia POW Camps in WWII

Georgia POW Camps in WWII

August 26, 2019

Join me as a talk with Jason Wetzel who is the co-author of Georgia POW Camps in World War II. 

When we think about the Homefront during WWII we forget or don't know about the prisoner of war camps. Jason clues us in on this often forgotten part of history. 

Northern Vermont in the War of 1812

Northern Vermont in the War of 1812

August 19, 2019

Jason Barney joins us for a conversation today as we learn about the causes of the War of 1812, why Northern Vermont was sought after and what role the state played in the war.