on Austin Liti Limits hosted by author Larry Brill

Writers talking to writers about writing. That is what Austin Liti Limits is all about. We are shining the spotlight on writers living in or visiting Austin, Texas, filming readings and interviews with bestsellers, award-winners, up-and-comers, and indies.

Austin Liti Limits is hosted by award-winning writers Larry Brill and Scott Semegran.

Filmed on location in Austin, Texas.




This episode was filmed on location at The Brewtorium in Austin, Texas and originally aired August, 2019.



BONUS VIDEO: Author James Haley reads from his novel, The Devil in Paradise.



James L. Haley is the author of some twenty books, including contemporary and historical fiction, and the history of Texas and the American West. Critically he is known as a practitioner of what they call “narrative history,” presenting a subject that some might find dry or academic in a lively and compelling way. Among several prizes he has won the Western Writers of America Spur Award twice, and the Texas Historical Commission T. R. Fehrenbach Book Award twice. He is a member of the Texas Institute of Letters and a Fellow of the Texas State Historical Society. His most recent nonfiction includes Wolf, a prize-winning biography of Jack London, a history of the Texas Supreme Court, and Captive Paradise, a widely and well reviewed history of Hawaii. In fiction, G. P. Putnam’s Sons published the third of his important new naval adventure series, The Devil in Paradise, in October 2019.