Leonard Nimoy talks to us about his new book, THE FULL BODY PROJECT, as well as photography, acting, and being (and not being) Mr. Spock.
We talk with novelist and journalist Francisco Goldman about his acclaimed non-fiction book, THE ART OF POLITICAL MURDER: WHO KILLED THE BISHOP.
And poet Lynn Thompson reads from BEG NO PARDON, which won this year’s Perugia Press Award.
Clinical psychologist Bruce E. Levine joins us to talk about his book, SURVIVING AMERICA’S DEPRESSION EPIDEMIC: How to Find Morale, Energy, and Community in a World Gone Crazy.
Also, a preview of a conversation with George Monbiot we’ll be airing later in the season about his book, HEAT: How to Stop the Planet from Burning.
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Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq. Dahr Jamail.
Static: Government Liars, Media Cheerleaders, And The People Who Fight Back. Amy Goodman,David Goodman (autographed)
Made Love, Got War: Close Encounters with America’s Warfare State. Norman Solomon
Insecure at Last: Losing It in Our Security-Obsessed World. Eve Ensler
The Foreign Correspondant. Novel, Alan Furst
Taj Mahal Passion and Genius at the Heart of the Moghul Empire. Diana Preston and Michael Preston.
Deep Water: The Epic Struggle Over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment. Jacques Leslie
Soaring with Fidel: An Osprey Odyssey from Cape Cod to Cuba and Beyond. David Gessner.
A Matter Of Opinion; Victor Navasky
Stealing Democracy: The New Politics Of Voter Suppression. Spencer Overton
A Country That Works. Getting America Back on Track. Andy Stern.
Every Book Its Reader. Nicholas Basbanes
Friendly Fire: The Remarkable Story of a Journalist Kidnapped in Iraq, Rescued by an Italian Secret Service Agent, and Shot by U.S. F. by Giuliana Sgrena
Before The Next Attack: Preserving Civil Liberties in an Age of Terrorism. Bruce Ackerman
Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time; Michael Downing
Storming the Court: How a Band of Yale Law Students Sued the President–and Won; Brandt Goldstein
Enslaved: True Stories of Modern Day Slavery; Gloria Steinem,Jesse Sage,Liora Kasten
With Liberty and Justice For All: A Life Spent Protecting the Right to Choose; Kate Michelman
Chasing America: A Memoir, Dennis Watlington
Bread and Roses: Mills, Migrants and the Struggle for the American Dream. Bruce Watson.
We have an in-depth conversation with author John J. Clayton about his wonderful short story collection, WRESTLING WITH ANGELS: New and Collected Stories and he reads from several of his favorite stories in the book. It deals with universal themes of loss and spiritual redemption, acceptance, fading ideals, as well as with contemporary struggles of Jewish life and family. Clayton has been writing fiction since 1969 and teaches modern literature and fiction writing at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He’s won the O’Henry and Pushcart Prizes for short stories as well as a place in Best American Short Stories anthologies.