More than Ordinary: Early St. Louis Artist Anna Maria von Phul
“More than Ordinary: Early St. Louis Artist Anna Maria von Phul” celebrates the life and catalog of Missouri’s first known female artist.
THE FIRST SHOTS: The Epic Rivalries and Heroic Science Behind the Race to the Coronavirus Vaccine
The full inside story of the high-stakes, global race for the lifesaving vaccine to end the pandemic
The Correspondents: Six Women Writers on the Front Lines of World War II
Author Judith Mackrell introduces us to six intrepid female reporters who managed to scoop their male counterparts during WWII despite countless barriers.
“Dogs on the Trail: A Year in the Life”
Mushers Blair Braverman & Quince Mountain talk about what life is like out on an expedition in their new book “Dogs on the Trail: A Year in the Life”.
Our First Civil War, A Conversation with H W Brands
H.W. Brands zeroes in on that neglected aspect of the Revolution in a narrative told mostly through the writings of those who lived through it.
Justice on the Brink: A Conversation with Linda Greenhouse.
The story that transformed the Supreme Court into the court of Donald Trump and Amy Coney Barrett.
Volunteers: Growing Up in the Forever War, A Conversation with Jared Alexander
In this passionate and provocative memoir, Jerad Alexander takes readers inside the increasingly closed culture that creates our warriors.
First Person One on One: Dan Jones
Best selling author and historian Dan Jones’ tenth book, Powers and Thrones is now on sale. It is a comprehensive, character-driven history of the Middle Ages.
You’ve Reached Sam, A Conversation with Dustin Thao
Julie has her future all planned out with Sam. But then he dies. Desperate to hear his voice Julie calls Sam’s cellphone, and he picks up.
The Genome Defense, A Conversation with Jorge Contreras
A brilliant legal team battles corporate greed and government overreach for our fundamental right to control our genes.