We talk with Julia Fine about her genre-bending novel The Upstairs House. Itâ€™s about a new motherâ€™s postpartum depressionâ€”and her obsession with Margaret Wise Brown, the author of Goodnight Moon.
Then best-selling legal thriller novelist Lisa Scottoline tells us about her first foray into writing historical fiction, Eternal. Itâ€™s about a love triangle between three young friends in Rome during Mussoliniâ€™s Fascist regime.
We also hear poet Martin Espada read his poem The Fugitive Poets of Fenway Park.
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Andrew Nagorski talks about his book, HITLERLAND, a first-ever account of the American eyewitnesses to Hitlerâ€™s rise to power. And novelist Jonathan Rabb discusses his latest in the Chief Inspector Nikolai Hoffner series, THE SECOND SON. Itâ€™s about a Berlin detective in the midst of the Spanish Civil War. Continue reading →
Guest host Christian McEwen talks with Welsh poet Gwyneth Lewis and Francesca Rheannon talks with Marshall Jon Fisher about one of the greatest tennis matches ever played: the 1937 Davis Cup final at Wimbledon. His book is A Terrible Splendor: Three Extraordinary Men, a World Poised for War, and the Greatest Tennis Match Ever Played. Continue reading →