Nancy's Bookshelf: Scott Huber, Gail D’Arcy, Richard Parker & Anthony Peyton Porter
Chico City Councilman Scott Huber chats with Nancy's Bookshelf about the process of his first novel, a post-apocalyptic tale of a mutated virus sweeping the globe.
After the Virus - A Surviralist's Journal details the grueling journey of survival expert Will Scott maneuvering his way outside of the quarantine zone.
Oroville author Gail D’Arcy’s explores her latest, Polly Pine Cone. A children’s book about the morning of the Camp Fire. The book aims at helping kids cope with Camp Fire trauma.
Retired philosophy professor Richard Parker comments on corona virus vaccinations.
Lastly, Anthony Peyton Porter shares two poems, "School Standards" and "Discrimination" by Kenneth Rexroth.