Egg Marks the Spot, a Conversation with Amy Timberlake
When roommates Skunk and Badger head out on a rock-finding expedition, they find surprises behind every boulder.
The Last Million: Europe’s Displaced Persons from World War to Cold War
From bestselling author David Nasaw, a sweeping new history of the one million refugees left behind in Germany after WWII
The Man Who Ran Washington, A Conversation with Peter Baker & Susan Glasser
The definitive biography of legendary White House chief of staff and secretary of state James A. Baker III.
First Person One on One: Leonard Slatkin
Leonard Slatkin, who once served as Music Director and Conductor of the St. Louis Symphony, reflects on the modern evolution of classical music in his new book.
Author Martha Ackmann on “These Fevered Days: Ten Pivotal Moments in the Making of Emily Dickinson”
The poet Emily Dickinson is revealed to be a complex and passionate writer in the book “These Fevered Days” by Martha Ackmann.
A Knock at Midnight, A Conversation with Brittany Barnett
An inspirational memoir, at once a coming-of-age story, and a powerful evocation of what it takes to bring hope and justice to a system built to resist both.
1920’s Glitz and Glamour Come to Life in “The Show Girl”
“The Show Girl” gives a glimpse of the glamorous world of the Ziegfeld Follies, through the eyes of a young midwestern woman who comes to New York City.
First Person One on One: Alan Maimon
Alan Maimon talks about his new book “Twilight In Hazard,” exposing the challenges and sweeping changes in the troubled Appalachian region of eastern Kentucky.
The Forest of Vanishing Stars, A Conversation with Kristin Harmel
A young woman uses her knowledge of the wilderness during WWII to help Jewish refugees escape the Nazis.
The Beauty in Breaking, A Conversation with Dr. Michele Harper
Michele Harper is a female, African American emergency room physician. The Beauty in Breaking is the true story of Harper’s journey toward self-healing.