The Many Lives of Mulberry Street
Mary McLaughlin Slechta’s new book, Mulberry Street Stories, is a series of interweaving stories that take place in a Black neighborhood on Mulberry Street.
Mystery, Food and the Perigord: A Conversation with Author Martin Walker
The Perigord, a beautiful region of France, is on full display in this conversation with author Martin Walker. We talk about his latest Bruno novel & cookbook.
An Interview with Derrick Barnes
Author Derrick Barnes discusses his two newest releases: “Like Lava In My Veins” and “Santa’s Gotta Go!”
KLAN WAR: Ulysses S. Grant and the Battle to Save Reconstruction
Author Fergus Bordewich shares his quest to set the record straight regarding President Grant and his tactics to destroy the Ku Klux Klan after the Civil War.
From Arastide to Anarchy: Ben Fountain on Capturing Haiti in ‘Devil Makes Three’
An interview with author Ben Fountain about “Devil Makes Three,” a novel set after the Haitian coup.
HEC Books – Dream Town: Shaker Heights and the Quest for Racial Equity by Laura Meckler
Laura Meckler to discuss her new book “Dream Town: Shaker Heights and the Quest for Racial Equity”
Black Girls in White Coats
Black Girls in White Coats is giving young women an honest look at what it’s like to work in medicine, and why there’s nothing quite like it.
Your Face Belongs to Us
In “Your Face Belongs to Us,” New York Times tech reporter Kashmir Hill unmasks the evolving and sometimes frightening world of Facial Recognition technology.
Whole Child, Whole Life: 10 Ways to Help Kids Live, Learn, & Thrive
Bestselling author, educator and parent Stephanie Malia Krauss discusses her new book, “Whole Child, Whole Life: 10 Ways to Help Kids Live, Learn, & Thrive.”
Lang Leav Explores the Depths Teenage Friendship
In her third novel, Others Were Emeralds, author Lang Leav explores friendship, romance, ambitions, and regrets in a fictionalized small town in the 90s.