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Seattle's own 'action figure librarian' and best-selling author Nancy Pearl sits down each month with top writers from around the country for conversations about books and the process and art of writing. There's no one better qualified than Nancy to discuss books and writing, bringing an informed reader's perspective to lively conversation and in-depth dialogs about all things literary.
 
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Author and journalist Blaine Harden joins Nancy Pearl to discuss his book "A Frontier Killing, Its Legacy of Lies, and the Taking of the American West." The book dismantles a bogus legend that turned failed missionaries Marcus and Narcissa Whitman into great American heroes, justified devastating white conquest, and created a lasting false history …
 
Sonora Jha joins Nancy Pearl to discuss her book "How to Raise a Feminist Son." They talk about how the book is part memoir, part how-to workbook; how growing up in India influenced her identity as a feminist; and how she went about raising her son with feminist values. Plus, find out what Jha is reading and pick up some great book recommendations.…
 
After several successful works of narrative nonfiction, author David Laskin dove right into writing fiction, and the coming of age 1970s novel "What Sammy Knew" is the result. He and Nancy Pearl discuss the differences between writing fiction and narrative nonfiction, how he workshops his own writing, and his preferred method for writing the part o…
 
Science writer Steve Olson joins Nancy Pearl to talk about his book "The Apocalypse Factory: Plutonium and the Making of the Atomic Age," the story of the Manhattan Project, WWII, and the Cold War from the perspective of the often-overlooked Hanford Nuclear Facility. In the book, Olson, who grew up just down the road from the Hanford site in Othell…
 
Jamie Harrison, author of "The Center of Everything," says each novel is some unexpected blend of autobiography and fiction, and this one is no different. She chats with host Nancy Pearl about her favorite comfort reads of the past year and the mystery novel she won't even share with her agent... yet.…
 
Marina Endicott, author of 'The Voyage of the Morning Light,' shares the heartbreaking injustice that triggered the novel's plot and why she felt compelled to tell the story from a perspective of a skeptically open-minded little sister. Though the book largely takes place on a sea voyage in 1912, Endicott talks with Book Lust host Nancy Pearl about…
 
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