Lincoln’s A Novel Idea Bookstore owner Cinnamon Dokken is the host of That’s What She Wrote, a monthly literary discussion show about female authors and literary issues related to women, which airs on KZUM (89.3 FM in the Lincoln area). That’s What She Wrote airs one Sunday per month at 12:30-1:00 p.m., as part of the larger weekly series, The Wimmins’ Show, hosted by Deb Andersen.
Dokken features a literary guest in each episode, and the two will hold a discussion about the given month’s specific theme, as part of a broader back-and-forth talk.
The following is a listing of the guests featured in episodes of That’s What She Wrote during 2018, along with some of the books that featured prominently in those individual shows. Episodes of That’s What She Wrote are also archived, so followers can listen to them again later.
All books owned by Lincoln City Libraries are hotlinked to their entries in our library catalog, so that you may check on their current availability. If you see a title on this list that is not hotlinked to our collection, please consider suggesting it as a purchase via our Suggest-a-Title online form, or ordering it through our Interlibrary Loan department.
Young Adult Literature with Irving Middle School Media Specialist Jen Cejda
Wanderlust with Peace Corps Volunteers & Travelers Becki Roberts & Marcia White
National Poetry Month with Nebraska State Poet Twyla Hansen
Paper or Plastic: Books Made Into Movies, with Film Buff Michael Henry
Titles discussed in this episode: On the afternoon of the annual Oscars broadcast, Cinnamon chatted with film buff Michael Henry about: Personal History by Katherine Graham, who was the publisher of The Washington Post when The Pentagon Papers was published — events shown in Oscar-nominated The Post. Also discussed: Wonder by R.J. Palacio, adapted to an Oscar-nominated film by Stephen Chbosky, who aslo wrote The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and Murder on the Orient Express, in its three best-known screen adaptations — 2017’s version with Kenneth Branagh, 1974’s version with Albert Finney, and 2010’s TV version starring David Suchet.
Crucial Conversations with Planned Parenthood’s Public Affairs Manager & Mother of Daughters, Meg Mikolaczyk
Titles discussed in this episode: This episode had to be cancelled due to illness.
Soul Soothing with therapist Mary Kay Wood.
Titles discussed in this episode: Byron Katie: I Need Your Love – Is that True?; Marianne Williamson: The Illuminata and Everyday Grace: Having Hope, Finding Forgiveness, and Making Miracles; Brené Brown: Daring Greatly: How the Courage to be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent & Lead, Rising Strong, I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t): Making the Journey from “What Will People Think” to “I Am Enough”, Braving the Wilderness: The Quest for True Belonging & the Courage to Stand Alone.
We also were able to mention a few others: Cheri Huber’s There is Nothing Wrong With You, Pema Chodron’s When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times, Jen Sincero’s You Are A Badass.
July TBA: Get Graphic with Graphic Novelist Andrea Davis
August TBA: Run for It – Women in Politics with Nebraska Appleseed’s Nebraska Is Home Program Coordinator, Christa Yoakum
September 23rd: Celebrating Banned Books Week with Bennett Martin Public Library’s Youth Services Director, Vicki Wood
October 7th: The Art of Memoir with Betty Levitov, author of Africa on Six Wheels: A Memoir
November TBA: Back in the USA
December 16th: Our Favorite Picture Books with Peggy Lange, TBAE.
This page last updated April 2018 sdc