From “Speak Truth to Power,” about the condition of not being believed
about rape and assault; to “Goliath,” about the ways evil is used as a
form of social control; to “The Fallout,” about ecological and
generational violence, Lacy M. Johnson creates masterful, elabora...
Today on Between the Covers, host Suzanne LaGrande interviews artist, writer
and author Austin Kleon discussing his latest book Keep Going: 10 Ways to
Stay Creative in Good Times and Bad.
In his previous books Steal Like an Artist and Show Your Work!, both New
Pulitzer prize and National Book Award-finalist Christine Schutt talks with
David Naimon about her latest story collection Pure Hollywood. “Nobody
writes like Schutt . . . and her latest collection is the perfect entry point
for readers new to her work . . . In each of t...
Today on Between The Covers, host Suzanne LaGrande interviews Caroline Criado
Perez, writer, broadcaster, feminist activist and author of Invisible
Women: Gender Bias in a World Designed for Men.
Recently published, Invisible Women explores how data helps perpetuate gen...
Today on Between the Covers, Suzanne LaGrande interviews science writer,
lecturer and author Thomas Hager, discussing his newly published book, Ten
Drugs: How Plants, Powders, and Pills Have Shaped the History of Medicine
Behind every landmark drug is a story. It coul...
Between the Covers brings you a special airing of the show Bookwaves. Trina
Robbins, the first woman to draw "Wonder Woman" and a legend in underground
comics, discusses her memoir, "Last Girl Standing" and other recent books
with host Richard Wolinsky.
“This is more than Mitchell S. Jackson’s story, and as he traces his
great-grandparents’ exodus from Alabama to Portland and the subsequent
lives of his relatives…he captures the cyclical nature of poverty and
neglect…The prose is a stunning mix of internal monologue and...