Liese O'Halloran Schwarz - WHAT COULD BE SAVED

Liese O'Halloran Schwarz - WHAT COULD BE SAVED

Liese discusses her new book What Could Be Saved, writing about Bangkok in both the 1970s and present day, pulling from her experiences as an expat, how her writing process has evolved over time, pandemic reading recommendations, and much more.


Liese discusses her new book What Could Be Saved, writing about Bangkok in both the 1970s and present day, pulling from her experiences as an expat, how her writing process has evolved over time, pandemic reading recommendations, and much more.

Liese’s 4 recommended reads are:

  1. Long Bright River by Liz Moore
  2. Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
  3. Clutter: An Untidy History by Jennifer Howard
  4. All the Ever Afters by Danielle Teller

The book we discuss about Pan Am is entitled Come Fly the World by Julia Cooke.

If you enjoy reading literary and/or contemporary fiction and want to listen to more episodes like this one, try A.H. Kim, Julie Carrick Dalton, Ehsaneh Sadr, or Amy Poeppel.