Laurie and Les Klinger talked with author Lyndsay Faye of the Baker Street Babes about all things Sherlockian, here.
Click here to watch a (mostly) video podcast of a Skype conversation between Laurie and Leslie S. Klinger about their collection of short stories, In the Company of Sherlock Holmes, hosted by the Portsmouth Library.
— Just the panel discussion
— The best of all the interviews
An interview about Garment of Shadows on the New Books in Historical Fiction podcast.
An NPR piece on the enduring popularity of Sherlock Holmes.
Click here to hear Laurie discuss Pirate King at the Tattered Cover bookstore in Denver, CO. Recorded in September 2011.
Laurie talks to the Baker Street Babes here.
So you think you want to invent a city and set a novel there? Let’s presume you’ve decided to write a mystery. Then here’s Laurie R. King, to help you understand the basics of how cities work as foreground, background and killing grounds in contemporary mystery novels. (From the Agony Column website.) Click here to hear the MP3 file.
Laurie discusses The Language of Bees on the radio in Cincinnati.
Laurie and other writers of Holmes discuss the Great Detective on “Elementary Holmes.”
When the Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll are over: Great Closing Lines. Laurie R. King moderating Simon Brett, Natasha Cooper, Jeff Lindsay, and Ian Rankin.
Laurie King and Ruth Dudley Edwards in conversation with Richard Reynolds.
The panel LRK did with James Houston and Morton Marcus, moderated by Rick Kleffel, on “The Mystery of Writing”
Radio interview on Russell and Holmes from Wisconsin Public Radio
Webcast of LRK at the National Book Fest
Laurie did a radio talk with Marcia Muller, which you can read about and even hear.
To hear an author interview Laurie did for Recorded Books, click here.
A long podcast and bullet-pointed article from an interview by fictionschool.com.