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One on One with Fiona Davis

Fiona Davis (The Dollhouse, The Apartment) discusses her new novel, The Masterpiece, an ode to Grand Central Terminal and the forgotten artist Helen Dryden.

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A One on One Conversation with Kate DiCamillo, Author of Raymie Nightingale & Louisiana’s Way Home

Kate DiCamillo reveals the reason behind her new novel, “Louisiana’s Way Home,” a companion story to her beloved bestseller “Raymie Nightingale.”

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Tales of the Pony Express from Author Jim DeFelice

The Pony Express is iconic for the Wild West with characters like Buffalo Bill Cody. Learn about the Pony’s history and some of its most entertaining tales.

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One on One with Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, Author, “What The Eyes Don’t See”

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha is a pediatrician and public health advocate whose research exposed the Flint, MI water crisis. “What They Eyes Don’t See” is her story.

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One on One with Nicholas Reynolds, Author “Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy Ernest Hemingway’s Secret Adventures 1935-1961”

Was one of the most influential literary artists of the 20th century a spy? Former CIA archivist Nicholas Reynolds discusses his research on Ernest Hemingway.

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Holocaust Survivors: The Secret of How One Family Escaped the Nazi Death Camps

Georgia Hunter, author of “We Were The Lucky Ones,” is interviewed about her new book telling the amazing true story of her family’s survival of the Holocaust.

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World-renowned autism spokesperson Temple Grandin

World-renowned autism spokesperson Temple Grandin shares personal stories and inventions at the Saint Louis County Library.

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First Person: One on One with Brit Bennett

Brit Bennett talks about her debut novel The Mothers, what it’s like to write a screenplay for Kerry Washington and why she believes “all art is political.”

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