Christopher Rice and Eric Shaw Quinn, New York Times bestselling authors and creators of ’The Dinner Party Show’, return to their dining room studio on West Hollywood’s Sunset Strip to bring you the first episode of an all new podcast that’s all talk.
Christopher and Eric are so excited for the big changes that are afoot for The Dinner Party Show in 2016, they've gathered all their largely unqualified special correspondents for a very special take on The Night Before Christmas. 'The Night After Jordan' is destined to be a TDPS Christmas Classic. Have a listen and see if you agree!
As Christopher and Eric prepare to reveal BIG news about what's ahead for "The Dinner Party Show" in 2016, their largely unqualified staff of self-appointed experts and special correspondents close out the year with a uniquely cracked holiday party. Critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand, relationship "expert" JoNell Samms, fairly imbalanced newsman Breck Artery - they're all on hand, along with some old favorites, to hear Christopher and Eric's much talked about announcement.
Favorites Month continues as Bryan Fuller and Patricia Nell Warren, two of Christopher and Eric's favorite guests, return for an all new livecast of The Dinner Party Show, this time to discuss their favorite books, movies and T.V. shows. It's all leading up to a special pre-Christmas announcement from Christopher and Eric at their TDPS Holiday Party on December 20th. Until then, the dubiously qualified experts and special correspondents for "The Dinner Party Show" offer their idiosyncratic...
Iconic author Anne Rice returns to kick off Favorites Month on "The Dinner Party Show." Plus, adorably incompetent critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand contributes a predictably profane take on "The Night Before Christmas" and Christopher and Eric offer their spin on the week's outrageous headlines in The Not Report.
Dark Nights Fest 2015 concludes a month long celebration of Christopher's brand-new novella, Kiss The Flame. He and Eric are joined by "1001 Dark Nights" authors Lara Adrian, Shayla Black, Melissa Foster, Donna Grant, Alexandra Ivy, Lorelei James, Laura Kaye, Laura Wright and Rebecca Zanetti for a spirited discussion about the steamier side of romance. Better yet, you can shop each author's pick for their favorite romance novel of all time in our Favorites section starting at showtime,...
Jennifer L. Armentrout talks with Christopher and Eric about writing romantic fiction, her new "1001 Dark Nights" novella "Dream of You" and her hashtag #UseSocialMediaForGood as the monthlong Kiss the Flame Month celebration of Christopher's brand-new erotic romance novella continues.
Christopher and Eric celebrate the release of "Kiss the Flame," a continuation of Christopher's series "The Desire Exchange"—which includes "The Flame" and "The Surrender Gate"—under the "1001 Dark Nights" erotic romance collaboration. Plus: dubiously qualified relationship expert Ms. JoNell Samms surprises Christopher with a lesson in fantasy versus reality.
New York Times bestselling author Christina Lauren (the Beautiful Bastard series)—the writing team of Lauren Billings and Christina Hobbs—continue Kiss the Flame Month with tales of writing, publishing and loving contemporary romance. Plus, Christopher and Eric unload their annoyance on the week's most idiotic and exasperating news and headlines in The Not Report. Relationship expert Miss JoNell Samms has an interesting new method for celebrating the release of Christopher's latest erotic...
Lexi Blake (The Masters & Mercenaries Series) kicks off Kiss the Flame month as the bestselling author and electronic publishing pioneer discusses with Christopher and Eric the state of the publishing industry, self-promotion, electronic/indie publishing, her latest books and more, including an exclusive Q&A with one of the self-publishing experts she relies on for support and expertise.
The Write Murder Madness tribute to mystery and detective novels continues with iconic author Patricia Cornwell ("Depraved Heart"), inventor of the forensic thriller with her bestselling Kay Scarpetta series. Plus, "Ten Little Idiots" puts a satiric TDPS spin on Agatha Christie's classic detective novel.
The Write Murder Madness tribute to mystery and detective novels continues with bestselling author and electronic publishing pioneer Liliana Hart and her husband Scott Silverii, PhD, retired chief of police in Thibodaux, Louisiana. Plus, "Murder Most Fowl," an unusual fairy tale with a decidedly bloody ending, and Christopher and Eric unload their exasperation on the day's most idiotic and unusual headlines in "The Not Report."
You're the Guest: As they commemorate the October 1 publication of "Write Murder," Eric Shaw Quinn's brand-new murder mystery, Christopher and Eric invite the Party People to set the menu for the hour and respond to their calls and messages left on the Dinner Party Line at 323-PEZ-TDPS.
Christopher and Eric celebrate the October 1st release of "Write Murder," Eric's brand-new murder mystery. Plus: adorably incompetent critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand attempts a reconciliation with his nemesis, Eric Shaw Quinn, with predictably disastrous results in the concluding installment of "Jordan Ampersand Investigates."
Authors Jan Burke and Marcia Clark return for "Write Murder Madness" to discuss their favorite mystery and detective novels. Plus, adorably incompetent critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand's ongoing effort to derail the publication of Eric Shaw Quinn's new novel "Write Murder" leads him to examine the mysteries of book signings in "Jordan Ampersand Investigates." And Christopher and Eric offer their exasperated take on current headlines in "The Not Report."
The all-new fourth season of "The Dinner Party Show" continues with a celebration of mysteries, featuring author, actor and filmmaker John Wilder ("Nobody Dies in Hollywood"), as Christopher and Eric celebrate the pending publication of Eric's new novel "Write Murder." Plus, adorably incompetent critic-at-large "Jordan Ampersand" continues his attempts to derail the publication of "Write Murder" in "Jordan Ampersand Investigates."
#Hannibalism! The ALL-NEW fourth season of "The Dinner Party Show" premieres with special guest Bryan Fuller ("Hannibal"). Critic-at-large Jordan Ampersand debuts his latest series, "Jordan Ampersand Investigates," in an attempt to derail co-host Eric Shaw Quinn's plans to publish his new novel "Write Murder." Plus, Christopher and Eric catch up after the summer hiatus and offer their take on idiotic and exasperating events in the news.
The sixth edition of the TDPS Summer Sampler series celebrates a new menu of Christopher and Eric's favorite books, music, gadgets and other products and reviews the favorites of past guests including Marc Andreyko, Steve Berry, Lexi Blake, Jan Burke, Ted Casablanca, Marcia Clark, Jackie Collins, Bryan Fuller, Gregg Hurwitz, Ted Johnson, Julie Kenner, Leslie S. Klinger, Alec Mapa, Jack Morrissey, Anne Rice, Tony Sweet and Tim Williams.
The fifth installment of the TDPS Summer Sampler is all about "The Dinner Party Show" and highlights some of Christopher and Eric's favorite outrageous moments from the past three seasons featuring Jan Burke, Marcia Clark, Caprice Crane, Patricia Cornwell, Pauly David, Greg Hurwitz, Alec Mapa, Ed Marco, Armistead Maupin, Jack Morrissey, Anne Rice, Tony Sweet and Ann Walker.
The fourth installment of the TDPS Summer Sampler turns the "1001 Dark Nights" Author Spotlight on Elisabeth Naughton. Plus, R-rated thoughts on sex, romance and relationships from Laura Benanti, Jackie Collins, novelist Heather Graham, Chad Hodge, Jenny Johnson, Alec Mapa, Anne Rice, Tony Sweet and Ann Walker.