Terry Tazioli has a great interview with Amanda Coplin on his cable TV program Well Read. Coplin’s debut, The Orchardist, is getting both acclaim—called “a stunning accomplishment” on NPR—and lots of readers (It was number five on the Pacific NW indie bestseller list this week). After the interview, Mary Ann Gwinn, the book editor for The Seattle Times, shared a reading list of related books, including Wallace Stegner’s Angle of Repose, Annie Dillard’s The Living, Kent Haruf’s Plainsong and Eventide, and Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove. She’s obviously a fan. PNBA’s Brian Juenemann is, too.