First Person One on One: Tom Vanderbilt
In this edition of First Person One on One, author Tom Vanderbilt discusses his new book, “Beginners, The Joy and Transformative Power of Lifelong Learning.”
Anna North’s New Feminist Western, “Outlawed”
“Outlawed” dusts off the myth of the old West and reignites the glimmering promise of the frontier with an entirely new set of feminist stakes.
Outsmarting a Serial Killer: Lars Kepler’s Newest Crime Novel, “Lazarus”
“Lazarus” will keep you on the edge of your reading chair. Lars Kepler talks about writing dark thrillers with brilliant heroes and hellish villains.
Escaping to Paris with Jane Smiley
Pulitzer prize winning author and St. Louis native Jane Smiley discusses her talking animal book, “Perestroika in Paris,” and her main characters’ namesakes.
First Person One on One: “The Hill”
A conversation with LynneMarie Alexander, author of “The Hill,” a new coffee table book with personal accounts and photos of the famous St. Louis neighborhood.
First Person One on One: Michael Cannell
In his new book, “A Brotherhood Betrayed,” journalist Michael Cannell tells the true story of the mafia’s highest ranking assassin, who turned state’s witness.
Exploring Dale Chihuly’s World of Glass
Jan Greenberg, co-author of 14 award-winning children’s books, discusses her research and interviews with innovative artist Dale Chihuly for her latest title.
A Criminal President and the Search for Justice in The Watergate Girl, a Memoir by Jill Wine-Banks
Jill Wine-Banks’ memoir The Watergate Girl is the story of her time investigating crimes that led to the resignation of Richard M. Nixon.
Virtual Author Event with Historian Peter Cozzens
An insightful, unflinching portrayal of the remarkable siblings who came closer to altering the course of American history than any other Indian leaders.
First Person One on One: Rick Bragg, Stories of the Deep South
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Rick Bragg discusses his new book of insightful and homespun essays about the American South, “Where I Come From.”