This week, Sam hosts a panel from the Arc of Minnesota to talk about the Disability Justice Movement.
Originally aired January 11, 2022.
Liz and Naomi Hirahara discuss Hirahara’s novel Clark and Division, a poignant historical mystery centered around the Japanese-American community in 1940’s Chicago and the deadly effects of Japanese internment camps and anti-Asian policy and sentiment.
After the break, the team revisits a legacy episode in which Mira Bartok discusses her children’s novel The Wonderling.
Originally aired December 7, 2021.
Annie opens the show welcoming Linda LeGarde Grover, member of the Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe and professor emeritus of University of Minnesota Duluth, to discuss Gichigami Hearts: Stories and Histories from Misaabekong, her new collection combining history, essay, and memoir about the North Shore.
After the break, Liz and Teresa Dovalpage, prolific Cuban author and playwright in Spanish and English, to discuss her new mystery, Death Under the Perseids.