Off the Page

WSKG's bi-weekly interview & call-in program with local authors from Binghamton, Ithaca, Elmira and surrounding areas served by WSKG Public Radio. Off the Page is hosted by Bill Jaker.

The Civil War was more than a dividing line in American history, a bitter and bloody resolution of the unfinished work of building a nation where all could be equal.  It was also a fraternal conflict in which both sides displayed valor and imagination, developing iron-clad warships and...
     The Marcellus Shale formation, rich in natural gas, has the potential to make landowners, gasfield workers and presumably everyone in the region at least a little richer.  New York is still studying environmental and health issues that may arise from preparing a well...
About ten percent of American women ages 15-44 suffer from what is called "impaired fecundity".  In the case of Sarah Abadhi, protagonist of Denise Gelberg's novel "Fertility", her infertility is due to a sexually transmitted disease passed along by a former boy friend...