Tenfold More Wicked Presents Wicked Words
Author Mark Pinsky details the complicated story of a double murder…the killing of a philanthropic couple in Montgomery, Alabama. Their son was the main suspect, but was he being controlled by someone else?
That’s Criminal with John Stamp
Mark Pinsky reported on criminal justice, mostly murder in the Southeast, for nearly 50 years, including racial injustice in the 1970s, Ted Bundy, and Green Beret Captain Jeffrey MacDonald. In this episode, he discusses his two latest books with host John Stamp.
In Focus with Carolyn Hutcheson
True crime writer Mark Pinsky talks with In Focus host Carolyn Hutcheson about the circumstances surrounding the 2004 murders of Brent and Charlotte Springford of Montgomery by their son.
The Minds of Madness
Charlotte and Brent Springford Sr. were well-respected, successful, progressive-minded pillars of their community in Montgomery, Alabama. Everything in their lives seemed perfect, but that was all about to change.
Most Notorious! A True Crime History Podcast
In June of 1970, the body of 24-year-old Nancy Morgan was found inside a government-owned car in Madison County, North Carolina.
103.3 Asheville FM
Patricia Furnish, host of Southern Reckoning on 103.3 Asheville FM, interviews Mark Pinsky about his new book, Drifting Into Darkness.
True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers
Two grisly murders—a brutal double parricide—a suicide, and a fourth death under suspicious circumstances. Drifting Into Darkness is a tangled tale of family dysfunction, fatal attraction, and greed, a saga that wends its way from the elegant Southern mansions of Montgomery, Alabama, to the New Age salons of Boulder, Colorado, to rural, windswept Wyoming.
The Kentucky News Network
Author Mark Pinsky takes Will Clark, host of Kentucky Focus on The Kentucky News Network, back to rural North Carolina in the summer of 1970 when he looks for answers in the murder of Nancy Dean Morgan, as covered in his upcoming book Met Her on the Mountain: The Murder of Nancy Morgan.
103.3 Asheville FM
Patricia Furnish, host of Southern Reckoning on 103.3 Asheville FM, interviews Mark Pinsky during her show on Sunday, March 27th from 3 to 4 p.m. EST.
The author of a new book about one of Montgomery’s most high-profile murders will speak about the case and what his own investigation turned up Thursday.
The Walt Disney Company is more than a giant corporation. To many, it’s long been synonymous with family entertainment. It’s now caught up in a much larger battle in Florida tied to the country’s cultural and political divides, prompted by its opposition to the governor’s stance on LGBTQ issues.
Alabama Public Radio
T.D. Allman, Finding Florida:
The Rise and Fall and Rise of Alan Grayson:
The “Old Grayson”: He’s Back
Alan Grayson Isn’t Taking Any Crap From Anyone
Grayson Defying Convention in Fla.
Alan Grayson: Democrat attack dog
Alan Grayson: The Counter-Puncher
An Anti-War Challenge to Obama in 2012: The Case for Alan Grayson
Daniel Webster Beats Incumbent Alan Grayson in Florida’s 8th District
Lessons Learned, Grayson’s Back
For Webster, a Silent Role
Alan Grayson, Jewish Democrat, Rides Hispanic Support Back to Washington
Mr. Grayson Salsas Back to Washington
Best Laid Plans
Evangelicals and Environmentalism:
The Montgomery Independent
Books (with T.D. Allman, Unfinished Business entry):
Touring Turkey’s Synagogues
Take me out to the béisbol game
The Wonders Of Yucatan
Mystery of the Maya
A Yucatan Fantasy Unfolds In Jungle
Ancient secrets of brilliant but mysterious Maya
In the Yucatan, Three Roadside Eco-Attractions
Off the Beaten Track in the Yucatan
Small Yucatan Inlet Is Microcosm for Snorkelers
Contoy Island in Mexico Is Place for Bird Lovers
Trust Me On This : No Happy Ending
Hotel Mayaland Seems Like Set of Exotic Movie
National Agenda : Caution: Some Mexico Tollways Paved in Gold
Craft and Commerce: Moshe the Bookseller Tikkun Magazine, May/June 2002
Brothers Of The Air December 24, 1995
Tag-Along Brother Finishes Ahead of the Political Field November 06, 1986
COCOONING : Climbing Into Our Comfortable Little World Was Easy; Now That the Baby’s Here, Do We Really Want to Fly Out? April 02, 1988
A Home Place Provides an Escape HatchJuly 04, 1986
Library Journal: Law and Crime. Investigative journalist Pinsky (Met Her on the Mountain) chronicles a series of deaths, all of which, he argues, are the result of a con artist who was never brought to justice. VERDICT: The well-written, well-researched book is ideal for fans of true crime and general readers. Read More
As November approaches, national Democratic strategists are focusing on an unlikely path to the White House: winning the small but prophetic minority of anti-racist, humanitarian, white evangelicals. Read More
With November’s presidential election fast approaching, much attention is being given to white evangelical voters, the bedrock of Donald Trump’s electoral base—more so now, with the racial debate that was sparked by the killing of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. Read More
Who is best suited to understand and explain the cynical marriage of convenience between Donald Trump and America’s white evangelicals—a critical outsider, or a sympathetic insider? Read More
In the Book of Genesis (25:29-34), a famished Esau sells his birthright to his devious brother Jacob for a “mess of pottage”—what scholars say was probably a lentil stew. Read More
In 2016, Duke University Divinity School Professor Kate Bowler burst onto the media scene with a New York Times op-ed column called “Death, the Prosperity Gospel and Me.” Read More