John Grisham’s ‘Book Tour’ Continues with Ron Rash Interview

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John Grisham has invited book lovers and writers alike to listen to his podcast, ‘Book Tour with John Grisham’. So far he has made stops along the way, speaking with some of our favorite authors and more in bookstores across the U.S. In his second stop, he spoke with Ann Patchett, and today we are invited to his third stop in the tour, where he speaks with David Grann.

serena ron rashIn this week’s episode, John Grisham visits Malaprop’s Bookstore in Asheville, NC to speak with American poet and short story writer/novelist Ron Rash! Ron speaks to John Grisham about how he connects to his novels and the characters within, the publishing process, and the inspiration behind some of his books. Rash himself is the author of the 2009 PEN/Faulkner finalist and New York Times bestsellers Serena and Above the Waterfall as well as many other prizewinning novels behind him. Not only has he won many other awards like the O. Henry Prize, but he has also spent his time teaching at Western Carolina University as a Professor in Appalachian Cultural Studies.

In Book Tour with John Grisham, we hear not only the latest and greatest regarding the bookselling of many authors, but also information on the latest and upcoming publishing Hollywood talk, the writing life of many of your favorite authors, and some fun interaction from listeners as well. In future episodes, John will visit with a variety of authors and big figures in publishing such as Harlan Coben, Janet Maslin of the New York Times, Clyde Egerton, Lisa Scottoline and so many more! The podcasts are recorded at a variety of stores like R.J. Julia, Quail Ridge, Malaprop’s, Square Books, Lemuria, and Politics & Prose. Join him for the latest in bookselling, publishing, Hollywood, the writing life, and so much fun interaction with the audience.

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Maggie Hoffman is a professional writer and graphic designer from small-town Pennsylvania. When she isn't spending time with her husband and two children, she's usually found with a thrilling, controversial novel in her hands or watching a 70s horror film. Some of her favorite novels include "The End of Alice", "American Psycho", and "Daddy Love."

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