Host Silagh White discusses books, writing, and this year's Easton Book Festival, which is taking place virtually, now until November 20th.

Blue Heron Book Works

Host Silagh White talks with Rose Moore, owner of RC Moore Vintage & Millinery in Hellertown, about her first book, "I Wanna Live Forever." Also joining the conversation is Bathsheba Monk, owner of Blue Heron Book Works, who released the book on February 16, 2020.

Easton Book Festival on LV Arts Salon

Oct 24, 2019
Shamus McGroggan

Hosts George Miller and Kate Scuffle welcome the founders of the upcoming Easton Book Festival, Rebecca Migdal and Andy Laties.

Host Bill Dautremont-Smith turns the tables on Lehigh Valley Arts Salon's regular host, author Bathsheba Monk, by putting her behind the guest microphone this week. They discuss Monk's new endeavor, book publishing company Blue Heron Book Works, that began business in Allentown one year ago becoming only the second publishing company in the Lehigh Valley.

(Original air-date: 11/30/15)

Stories of Allentown’s past is our topic.  Co-hosts John Pearce and historian Frank Whelan interview attorney Malcolm Gross about his grandfather and father, both mayors of Allentown.  Gross’ book, Two Mayors and a Lawyer (2013), tells much of Allentown in the past century.

(Original air-date: 11/12/15)