A Young Boy Struggles To Find His Place In Gabriel Bump’s Debut Novel, “Everywhere You Don’t Belong”
In Gabriel Bump’s debut novel, “Everywhere You Don’t Belong,” a young boy learns about love, loss and friendship on Chicago’s South Side.
A Conversation with Author Eduardo Porter
A sweeping examination of how American racism has broken the country’s social compact, and damaged the lives of every American.
Everything You Need to Stay Educated and Entertained While Social Distancing with HEC Media
HEC Media is here to help you stay educated and entertained while social distancing.
How about a good book to pass the time?
Need something to read while practicing social distancing? HEC’s author interviews provide several recommendations of literature to keep you occupied at home.
“Successful Aging” with Neuroscientist Dr. Daniel Levitin
In his NY Times bestselling book, “Successful Aging,” neuroscientist Dr. Daniel Levitin offers tips, based on his research, to living well into our later years.
Great River City; How the Mississippi Shaped St. Louis
Author Andrew Wanko discusses his new book featuring hundreds of rarely seen images of the Mississippi River and how it has shaped life in St. Louis.
Restoring Hope in America with Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn
Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn are be best known for their international, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalism, but their latest takes place closer to home.
“Pinch Me” Moments with Mackenzi Lee
Whether you know everything about the Marvel Universe or nothing at all, this interview with “Loki: Where Mischief Lies” author Mackenzi Lee will make you smile
One-on-One with St. Louis Literary Award Winner Edwidge Danticat
Best-selling, Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat is experiencing another extraordinary year. She now adds the St. Louis Literary Award to her distinction.
The Incomparable Robin Williams
Robin Williams left us with 69 movies, seasons of television shows, and countless questions about his life/death. Dave Itzkoff tackles many of them in “Robin.”