"In the year following the publication of my book 'Somebodies and Nobodies' I did more than 100 radio interviews all across the U.S., Canada and Europe. The Greg Moore Show stands out in my mind as one of the best! Mr. Moore and I actually had a two-way conversation, not only about my book but also about related topics of obvious interest to his audience. Mr. Moore keeps things moving and segues from one thing to the next seamlessly. When the guest has a lively hour, one that goes by in a flash, it's far more likely that the audience will be carried along, too. Many hosts do not prepare for interviews and essentially "wing it" with their guests. I appreciated especially that Mr. Moore knew the material and was in a position to skillfully guide the interview where it needed to go. Seattle is lucky to have the Greg Moore Show. I wish there were more interviewers like him at the national level."

Robert W. Fuller, author "Somebodies and Nobodies" (New Society, 2003), and the forthcoming "Democracy's Next Step: The Politics of Dignity" (Berrett-Koehler, 2006)

"Greg Moore is an absolutely most delightful and professional radio host. He is well-informed about his guests' subject matter, he knows how to ask questions, and he is a wonderfully skilled conversationalist. Greg is a pleasure to work with."

Caroline Myss, author of "Anatomy of the Spirit", "Sacred Contracts", and "Invisible Acts of Power"

"Greg - It was a pleasure! Thank you for a wonderful interview. You provide such a valuable service to your listeners: insightful questions that inspire thought-provoking conversation. I hope I have the opportunity to appear again as a guest. (on... letters/show). I'd be honored."

Dr. Michele Borba, author of "Nobody Likes Me, Everybody Hates Me" and "Building Moral Intelligence."

"I've been interviewed by dozens of talk show hosts and Greg Moore stands out in my mind as the most professional of the bunch. He is warm and kind, and he immediately makes his guests feel valued. He meticulously prepares for his interviews -- he has thoroughly read every single one of the books he has interviewed me about. He clearly prepares his thoughts and questions ahead of time but readily pursues topics down different roads if that's where the interview takes us. Every time I talk with him, I know he's going to make me think about my own area of expertise in a new way with his insightful questions and comments. He's not afraid of asking tough and challenging questions, but always in a respectful and genuine way. When Greg asks for an interview, I scramble to clear my schedule for him-- because I know we're going to have a great talk."

Jennifer Lawler, Award-winning author of the Dojo Wisdom Series.

“At this point in my career I've done perhaps hundreds of radio interviews and I can unequivocally say that Greg Moore is an excellent host! Not only are his listening skills well-honed, but his manner is easy, and yet graciously provocative.  He puts forward his own opinions in a way that supports rather than undermines the guest, inviting exploration. In addition, there is something seamless about the way he's able to move through the topics, no matter how tangential (to the main presented topic) they may appear to be.”

Dr. Nicki J. Monti - The Thinking Person's Doctor, author of "Stuck No More"

"Greg Moore has interviewed me on several occasions. He is always respectful, and provides an informative, lively forum for his listeners. Greg does not miss a beat."

Dr. Rosalene Glickman, author, "Optimal Thinking"

“My recent appearance on the Greg Moore Show was truly outstanding. I found Greg to be an extremely gifted interviewer who had done his homework and made me feel right at home. I have given many radio interviews over the past several months, including Coast to Coast with George Noory, but Greg had a better grasp of my material and kept the show interesting and rapidly moving.”

Marshall Klarfeld, author of "ADAM, The Missing Link".

“I was a recent guest on The Greg Moore show to publicize my book "How to Stop Backing Down and Start Talking Back".  I had some trepidation because I am very new to interviewing and most of my interviews thus far had been from 10 minutes to 25 minutes and Greg's show was 2 hours.  I felt I was in good hands when he called a half hour prior to make sure that he had the correct number and to let me know the layout of the show.  My prior experience had sometimes been shows canceling my interview, although for good reasons having to do with world crises, but never even contacting me beforehand.The show itself was a very enjoyable experience.  Greg is obviously an intelligent, thoughtful, yet laidback interviewer.  Rather than feeling nervous and put on the spot, I felt I was simply having a delightful conversation with someone who had his own opinions and was very interested in hearing mine.  I couldn't imagine talking about my book for 2 solid hours, but the interview naturally ranged over a number of related topics that did not seem like digressions, but more like natural offshoots and progressions. I also was impressed that Greg called a half hour after the show to let me know that the listener response had been positive. I found him to be a wonderful interviewer and a kind person, and the interview on his show is the one I tell people about to illustrate the positive side of the publicity process.”

Lisa Frankfort, Ph.D., LMFT, author: "How to Stop Backing Down and Start Talking Back"