Brittany Cavallaro and Mitch Teich talk about Cavallaro's new poetry collection, "Girl King."
"I remember being a child and driving down I-55," Milwaukee poet Brittany Cavallaro says, "and not being able to see anything out the window, except for these green stalks that were so thick that I couldn’t imagine what was on the other side of them. It was almost like being in my very own fairy tale."
Author Mark Slouka discusses his book, "Brewster," with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich.
When it comes to the late 1960s, most Americans recall the version that was written about in the history books – the period of immense social change, the turmoil of political assassinations, the election of Richard Nixon and the legacy of Woodstock.
Author Kathleen Ernst discusses her latest novel, "Tradition of Deceit,” with Lake Effect's Mitch Teich.
Chloe Ellefson encounters more mayhem than you might imagine for a curator at Old World Wisconsin. Fortunately for all of us, Chloe is a fictional character, and the murders she helps unravel are also fictitious.