Breaking the Ruhls

Apr 3, 2018

Author Larry Ruhl joins us to talk about his book ‘Breaking the Ruhls,’ a profoundly personal memoir that explores the impact of complex trauma on a man's life.

A Spy in Canaan

Apr 3, 2018

Marc Perrusquia, Author of A Spy in Canaan: How the FBI Used a Famous Photographer to Infiltrate the Civil Rights Movement, joins us.

We talk about The Lake Michigan Mermaid with coauthors Linda Nemec Foster and Anne-Marie Oomen.

Author Grace Kennan Warnecke joins us to discuss her latest book, ‘Daughter of the Cold War.’

Sir Ken Robinson

Mar 20, 2018

We talk to Sir Ken Robinson about his latest book, ‘You, Your Child, and School.’

Senior citizens
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Roughly 29 percent of American households aged 55 and older have neither retirement savings or pension plan. For those who do, the savings averages $104,000. With Americans living longer the reality is the savings won't go far.

For perspective and advice we talk with Elizabeth White author of "Fifty-five, Unemployed and Faking Normal."

Authors Kevin Simler and Robin Hanson join us to talk about their book, ‘The Elephant in the Brain.’

I'm Good

Feb 14, 2018

Sophia Baugh joins us to talk about her book, ‘I'm Good:  My Struggle My Fight My Breakthrough.’

My Cancer Journey

Feb 12, 2018

Cancer survivor Peter Green joins us to share his story from his book, ‘My Cancer Journey:  From Recovery to Discovery.’

Author Brad Meltzer

Feb 12, 2018

New York Times Best Selling Author Brad Meltzer joins us to discuss is children’s book, ‘I Am Harriet Tubman.’