- Ep. 160 – SPECIAL ENCORE PRESENTATION Dinner with Anne Pt. 4, Live From Burbank
“God gave us memory so we might have roses in December.” This J.M Barrie quote is one of Eric Shaw Quinn’s favorites, and it’s why your hosts have chosen to mark their first holiday season without our beloved Anne Rice with a special tribute series to her memory. Anne’s book tour for PRINCE LESTAT took her all over North America, but it was in beautiful downtown Burbank where she stepped on stage for her only live interview with Christopher and Eric in front of an audience. Enjoy Anne at her most hilarious and outspoken as she basked in the glow of one of her most successful publications.
- Ep 159 – SPECIAL ENCORE PRESENTATION Dinner with Anne, Pt. 3: The Lestat Coronation Ball in New Orleans
“God gave us memory so we might have roses in December.” This J.M Barrie quote is one of Eric Shaw Quinn’s favorites, and it’s why your hosts have chosen to mark their first holiday season without our beloved Anne Rice with a special tribute series to her memory. In 2014, Anne thrilled her legions of fans when she announced the return of her most beloved character, the vampire Lestat. PRINCE LESTAT was published later that year, and your hosts Christopher and Eric traveled with her to New Orleans where they attended one of the wildest fan club celebrations to date. This intimate and special interview was recorded in Anne’s hotel suite the morning after that spectacular event.
- Ep. 158 – SPECIAL ENCORE PRESENTATION – Dinner with Anne Pt. 1, Premiere Party Person
“God gave us memory so we might have roses in December.” This J.M Barrie quote is one of Eric Shaw Quinn’s favorites, and it’s why your hosts have chosen to mark their first holiday season without our beloved Anne Rice with a special tribute series to her memory. Join us as we travel back in time to our very first live broadcast from the TDPS studio in West Hollywood where we’re joined by our first guest, Anne Rice. The beloved author — and beloved mother and friend — joined us for a lively, wide-ranging interview that exemplified her fiercely independent style.
- Ep. 157 – SPECIAL ENCORE PRESENTATION Our Anne Rice: A Special Live Recording featuring Lexi Blake and Xio Axelrod
It’s been one year since we lost our beloved Premiere Party Person, Anne Rice. As we remember this sad anniversary, we bring you a special encore presentation of one of our most emotional episodes. Recorded before a live audience at Colleen Hoover’s Book Bonanza in Dallas, Texas earlier this year, join Christopher and Eric, and their special guests, bestselling romance writers Lexi Blake and Xio Axelrod, as they pay tribute to one of popular fiction’s most legendary authors, who was also a remarkable mother to Christopher and one of Eric’s dearest friends.
- Ep. 147 – A Birthday Tribute to Anne Rice feat. “Haunted History: Ghosts of Gettysburg”
It’s almost impossible to believe that our beloved Premiere Party Person, Anne Rice’s 81st birthday is happening without her on this earth, but Christopher and Eric are sure she would have loved this tribute to one of her favorite subjects — tales of the paranormal — and one of her favorite films. To celebrate Anne’s life and work, we asked you, our Party People, to share ghost stories of your own and the results were emotional, moving and a little spooky.
- Ep. 135 – Our Anne Rice: A Special Live Recording featuring Lexi Blake and Xio Axelrod
In their first ever live on location episode of “TDPS Presents CHRISTOPHER & ERIC”, your hosts travel to Book Bonanza in Dallas, Texas for a mimosa-filled celebration of Premiere Party Person — and Christopher’s mother — Anne Rice. For this special tribute, they’re joined by bestselling romance authors Lexi Blake and Xio Axelrod, who celebrate the impact Anne had on their work and the world of preternatural fantasy and romance as Christopher and Eric share personal and collegial memories of their own. Profound gratitude to Colleen Hoover and her amazing Book Bonanza staff for making this special presentation possible.
- Ep. 113 — Anne Rice Will Live Forever, A Discussion of “Ramses The Damned – The Reign of Osiris” by Anne Rice & Christopher Rice
Great artists remain immortal through their work, so we never have to truly say goodbye. To honor the posthumous release of “Ramses the Damned – The Reign of Osiris”, your hosts Christopher and Eric have their first unscripted discussion of Anne Rice’s impact on their lives and work since her passing. Christopher offers a glimpse inside the collaborative writing process with his late mother on the second and third books in her wildly popular series about resurrected and immortal pharaoh, Ramses The Damned, a fictional creation who rivals the vampire Lestat in popularity.
- Ep. 112 – Dinner with Anne Pt. 4, Live From Burbank!
“You have to write the book you want to read.” – Anne Rice What better way to wrap up this special tribute to Anne’s memory than with cheers and applause? In our fourth “Dinner with Anne” we bring you Anne’s appearance at the only episode of The Dinner Party Show ever to take place in front of a live audience. Join a gleeful crowd of cosplayers and comic book fans as they cheer Anne’s thoughts on the ins and outs of Hollywood, the genius of Star Wars and…Lexapro keyboards? You’ll have to listen to find out.
- Ep. 111 – Dinner with Anne Pt. 3, The Lestat Coronation Ball in New Orleans, 2014
“It seemed like the gift you gave everyone last night at the [Lestat Coronation] Ball was freedom.” – Eric Shaw Quinn The TDPS celebration of Anne Rice’s memory continues. For our third “Dinner with Anne”, we’re headed south for an elegant sit-down in the city that care forgot. Step into Anne’s French Quarter hotel suite the day after the dazzling Lestat Coronation Ball to hear Anne’s joyful account of the many costumed fans who celebrated the Brat Prince’s return to the printed page with a night of music and dance, Big Easy style.
- Ep. 110 – Dinner with Anne Pt. 2, The Return of Prince Lestat
“You forever changed the vampire genre. You took us into their hearts and into their souls.” – Christopher Rice As they continue to celebrate the memory of their most beloved guest — and Christopher’s mother, and Eric’s dear friend — your hosts serve up another “Dinner with Anne”. In 2014, the menu for this particular meal was a closely guarded secret until the last possible second. When the cover on the serving dish was finally drawn back, the reveal made headlines around the world. Join us for the return of one of popular fiction’s most iconic characters, and one of the most exciting nights in TDPS history, the return of Prince Lestat.
- Ep. 109 – Dinner with Anne Pt. 1, Premiere Party Person
“I am the only woman I know of who’s ever been played by Brad Pitt on screen.” – Anne Rice Still reeling from the loss of Anne Rice, our beloved Premiere Party Person, Christopher and Eric return to the studio for the first time since her passing to bring you the first in this special series of archival interviews showcasing some of the finest moments of Anne’s career. We’re calling it “Dinner with Anne”. In our first installment, travel back in time to the live, debut episode of The Dinner Party Show. Anne was the featured guest and the delightful conversation served up everything from Christopher’s most notorious childhood antics to the real contents of caviar.
- Ep. 93 – Who Wants To Live Forever? Announcing RAMSES THE DAMNED: THE REIGN OF OSIRIS by Anne Rice & Christopher Rice
He’s baaaaaack! And no, we’re not talking about Eric’s appendix. (Thank God!) In this episode, Christopher and Eric celebrate the return of one of Anne Rice’s most iconic characters, the brilliant and immortal Ramses, who returns to bookstores in early 2022 in a brand new adventure penned by Anne and Christopher entitled RAMSES THE DAMNED: THE REIGN OF OSIRIS, available for pre-order now. Not only do Christopher and Eric reveal scintillating new story details, to mark the occasion we surveyed you, our beloved Party People, to discuss your thoughts on immortality, and, your fascinating answers to the question “What type of immortal would you be if you were given the gift of eternal life?” This way, your answers will live forever, even if you don’t.