Originally aired October 12, 2021.
Josh opens the show talking to Harvard’s David M. Cutler about his new book, Survival of the City, which discusses the devastating impact of COVID-19 and other recent events on the modern city.
After the break, Liz welcomes Laura Davis on-air to discuss her new book, The Burning Light of Two Stars, and its conversation about rekindling a mother-daughter relationship with a volatile past.
Originally aired October 5, 2021.
Ian Graham Leask takes center stage this week, interviewing David Backes about editing A Private Wilderness: The Journals of Sigurd F. Olson. After the break, Leask is joined by Cristen Hemingway Jaynes, short-fiction author and great-granddaughter of Ernest Hemingway himself.
This week, Sam talks with Trevor Turner about Usher Syndrome. Trevor is a volunteer and
Ush ambassador with the Usher Syndrome Coalition. Also between segments, we hear music by people with Disabilities.
This week, Sam talks to Author Chris Stark, about her novel Carnival Lights
Originally aired September 28, 2021.
Liz opens the show with Thom Henninger to discuss baseball and politics in The Pride of Minnesota: The Twins and the Turbulent 1960s.
After the break, Annie welcomes Jai Chakrabarti to talk about research, characterization, and survivor’s guilt in A War at the End of the World.
Originally aired September 21, 2021.
Dave starts off the hour talking to Randy Luallin about his Maroons series. After the break, Liz and Robert Dugoni discuss The World Played Chess.
Originally aired September 14, 2021.
Liz kicks off the show joined by Chris McKinney to discuss his gripping new neo-noir, Midnight, Water City.
After the break, David Vine and Josh dig into Vine’s The United States of War and America’s extensive history of hegemonic conflict.