Scott Butki was a newspaper reporter for more than 10 years before making a career change into education... then into special education.
He reads at least 50 books a year and has about the same number of author interviews each year and, yes, unlike tv hosts he actually reads each one.
He is an in-house media critic, a recovering Tetris addict and a proud uncle.
He has written articles on everything imagineable and has contemplated creating Scottipedia (his version of wikipedia)
"The truth is always so much more interesting that fiction. The truth is powerful."
Brooke explains her thoughts about the media and why photoshopping can become a problem
Author Joan Hess talks about her two series of books about wacky life in fictional towns in Arkansas.
Jeri Westerson explains her series of medieval noir and how it got started.
Chuck Eddy talks about his 25 years as a music critic and why he is not a "contrarian."
The author of the Chet and Bernie books talks about his series and his new book.
Roger Ebert reveals, in book and interview, he is a man interested in more than movies.
The alt-country band's lead singer Brian Henneman talks about their new live album.
Probably best known as a prosecutor in OJ Simpson's criminal case, Clark gives novel writing a try.
"Puzzles themselves are secondary to the reason I use them: I want the reader to be involved in the fact-finding."