Book talk on the web, the new book chat show that is available free online, made its debut today, with a show titled “All Over the Map,” featuring Richard Price (who’s getting raves for his new novel Lush Life but, more importantly, writes some episodes for my current DVD addiction, The Wire), Colin Harrison, Susan Choi and Charles Bock. The episodes are also available for download in iTunes format — perfect for iPod viewing/listening on the treadmill! The show is hosted by Daniel Menaker, who was a longtime fiction editor at The New Yorker, a former editor in chief at Random House and was a gracious presence on stage at this year’s Key West Literary Seminar. The show also has a blog, called Loud, Please! — now part of my own honored blogroll, to the right.


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  1. THE WIRE shows its final episode EVER next Sunday night and they pulled it from one-week-early viewing on HBO on DEMAND. At 5:30 am today I got up to “demand” it and was thwarted! BUMMER!

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