Dave talks with Wang Ping about her recently released poetry collection My Name is Immigrant. This book of poetry is a song for the plight and pride of immigrants around the globe.
Then, Ian speaks with Peter Geye about his forthcoming novel Northernmost. Braiding together two remarkable stories of love and survival, Northernmost celebrates the remarkable ability of humans to endure nearly unimaginable trials.
Tom Weber discusses Minneapolis: An Urban Biography.
In the last half hour we discuss the value of KFAI to encourage joining as a member.
Professor, lawyer, and author Bart Kosko discusses his new book available on Kindle called Cool Earth, a hard-edged science-fiction thriller about the catastrophic unintended consequences of a geoengineering attempt to fix global warming.
Sue Leaf joins us to discuss
Jeff Sharlet joins Write On! Radio to discuss This Brilliant Darkness with Ian Graham Leask.
Scifi/Fantasy author and blogger Christina “DZA” Marie talks with Josh about her work Diary of the Green Snake.
David Fettig speaks with Roy G. Guzmán about his new collection of poetry, Catrachos.
Ian Graham Leask speaks with Marilène Phipps her novel House of Fossils.