To truly appreciate a fish dinner, you have to catch the fish, clean it, prepare it and pair it with the right sides. Hank Shaw does more than just cook, he creates experiences. His latest book, “Hook, Line and Supper,” delivers on the art of fish.
Virtual Author Interview With Terri Givens
September 9, 2021
Join host Donna Apidone and political scientist Terri Givens to discuss her memoir — Radical Empathy: Finding A Path To Bridging Racial Divides.
Givens is a political scientist with more than 30 years of success in higher education, politics, international affairs and non-profits. An accomplished speaker, Givens has authored books and articles on immigration policy, European politics and security, and uses her platform to develop an understanding of the importance of diversity.
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"Radical Empathy balances the personal and the political, the social and the domestic.... a book written with anger and with compassion, with modesty and with hope."
Thursday, July 29, 2021
Friday, June 18, 2021
It’s been 50 years since the Community of Writers’ first poetry workshop in the Sierra. In that time, hundreds of talented writers have visited the Olympic Valley of the Sierra Nevada to hone and share their craft. A new anthology honors that work.
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Grace Talusan was sexually assaulted by a guest in her home. It began when she was a child and continued for seven years. As she grew up, Talusan discovered that writing about her experience in “The Body Papers” could help other people, too.
Monday, March 22, 2021
Lan Cao witnessed the horrors of war as a child in Vietnam. She found success as an adult in the U.S., but the years didn’t erase her trauma. Turns out, the one person who could empathize was her daughter, Harlan Van Cao.
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Malcolm X is well-known as a leader of the Black Power movement of the 1960s. Journalist Les Payne and co-author Tamara Payne uncover new aspects to his personality in the book “The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X.”
Friday, January 15, 2021
Nothing says Minnesota like beer. And pie. Both play prominently in J. Ryan Stradal’s latest novel, “The Lager Queen of Minnesota.” Two sisters and a granddaughter find their way through the brewing industry with equal parts laughter and tragedy.
Wednesday, December 9, 2020
Friday, November 13, 2020
Can you change a situation just by changing the narrative? Even if it is an age-old societal concern? Journalist Mary O'Hara says you can. In “The Shame Game” she urges us to change the way we talk to – and about – people who experience poverty.
Monday, October 26, 2020
From slave ships and shackles to freedom of travel, Black Americans have measured their independence by the distance they could safely travel. Dr. Gretchen Sorin’s new book “Driving While Black” explores this history.
Friday, October 9, 2020
When a friend disappears without a trace, you look for her, right? Ruchika Tomar’s award-winning novel, “A Prayer for Travelers,” explores the bonds of friendship and how far people will go in a coming-of-age tale set against the Nevada desert.