Larry Cockerel has the energy to rival just about anyone. With his quick wit and solid answers to even the tough questions, he has a genuine talent for helping people. We discuss his books, mistakes and ways he helps his clients.
If you are looking for a new author - funny, touching with a midwestern bent (say David Sedaris if he'd grown up in Wisconsin and had a beard and wielded an axe) look no further than Matt Geiger. His new book "Astonishing Tales".
“Being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes is an invitation to adopting a healthy lifestyle,” she said. “It is possible to thrive despite being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes and not just focus on the complications.”
In her new book "Life Without Pockets - My Long Journey into Womanhood," Carla Ernst reflects on her life as a trans-woman. We sit down with her for a conversation about transitioning, gender identity, and marginalization.
Matt Geiger, our second guest, says “Anytime I’m able to talk about Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, and Chekhov in a single interview, I’m happy!” So Vicki makes him happy and asks why.
In his new collection of stories and essays, acclaimed author and humorist Matt Geiger seeks to de-familiarize us from the world, from the smallest detail to the most cosmic mythology, in order to see it all as if for the first time.