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  • Coalesce Book Store
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    Coalesce Book Store

    Linna Thomas, founder and Coalesce bookstore owner, shared the history of her local staple as well as the bookstore’s role in the literary community. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop…

  • 2019 Audie Awards
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    2019 Audie Awards

    The Audio Publishers Association presented the 2019 Audie Awards, “recognizing distinction in audiobooks and spoken-word entertainment.”

  • Interview with Michele Cobb Executive Director of the Audio Publishers Association
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    Interview with Michele Cobb, Executive Director of the Audio Publishers Association

    Michele Cobb, executive director of the Audio Publishers Association, talked about the state of audio books.

  • Washington Journal Darrell West Discusses His Book Divided Politics Divided Nation
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    Darrell West on Divided Politics, Divided Nation

    Author Darrell West talked about his book, Divided Politics, Divided Nation.

  • Communicators with Tom Wheeler
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    Communicators with Tom Wheeler

    Former Obama administration Federal Communications Commission Chair Tom Wheeler talked about about his new book, From Gutenberg to Google: The History of Our Future, in which he outlines…

  • Vromans Bookstore
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    Vroman's Bookstore

    Founded in 1894, Vroman’s Bookstore is the oldest and largest independent book store in Southern California. President Allison Hill gave a tour of the store and shared some of her favorite stories from this…

  • Washington Journal Brad Meltzer Discusses His Book The First Conspiracy
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    Brad Meltzer on The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington

    Brad Meltzer talked about his new book, The First Conspiracy: The Secret Plot to Kill George Washington, on the previously untold story about the men who plotted to assassinate the first…

  • Washington Journal Chris McGreal Discusses the Opioid Crisis
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    Chris McGreal on the Opioid Crisis

    Chris McGreal talked about, American Overdose: The Opioid Tragedy in Three Acts, his book on the opioid crisis in the U.S. and why the problem has not been addressed in nearly two decades. This program…

  • Angel City Press
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    Angel City Press

    In 1992, Angel City Press was established in Santa Monica with the goal to publish the non-fiction stories of California. Publishers Paddy Calistro and Scott McAuley spoke about the vision of this locally…

  • Writers Hour with John Grisham and James McBride
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    Writers Hour with John Grisham and James McBride

    John Grisham interviewed author James McBride about books, publishing, and the process of writing books.

  • Washington Journal Alan Dershowitz Discusses emThe Case Against Impeaching Trumpem
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    Alan Dershowitz on The Case Against Impeaching Trump

    Legal scholar Alan Dershowitz talked about his book, The Case Against Impeaching Trump. In his work he described his “shoe on the other foot test,” meaning he asks proponents of impeaching the 45th…

  • Amy Tan Discusses emWhere the Past Beginsem
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    Where the Past Begins

    Novelist Amy Tan reflected on her writing life at the 18th annual National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.

  • Washington Journal Alissa Quart Discusses emSqueezedem
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    Alissa Quart on Squeezed

    Alissa Quart talked about her book, Squeezed: Why Our Families Can’t Afford America, in which she examined the lives of middle-class Americans who are struggling to make ends meet and the economic…

  • Washington Journal Juan Williams Discusses President Trumps Record with Minorities
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    Juan Williams on What the Hell Do You Have to Lose? Trump's War on Civil Rights

    Juan Williams talked about his latest book, What the Hell Do You Have to Lose? Trump’s War on Civil Rights. This program was the third part of a series of “Washington Journal” segments on…

  • Washington Journal Oren Cass Discusses the Future of the American Workforce
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    Oren Cass on The Once and Future Worker

    Oren Cass talked about his book, The Once and Future Worker: A Vision for the Renewal of Work in America, on the rise in automation and its impact on the future of work of the U.S. workforce. This…

  • Washington Journal Bill Bennett Discusses emThe True Saint Nicholasem
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    Bill Bennett on The True Saint Nicholas

    Author and former Reagan and Bush administration official Bill Bennett talked about his book, The True Saint Nicholas: Why He Matters to Christmas. He also commented on news of the day,…

  • Crystal Fleming Discusses emHow to Be Less Stupid About Raceem
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    Crystal Fleming on How to Be Less Stupid About Race

    Crystal Fleming talked about her book, How to Be Less Stupid About Race: On Racism, White Supremacy, and the Racial Divide. This program was the first part of a series of “Washington…

  • Brave New World of Publishing
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    Brave New World of Publishing

    Former HarperCollins CEO Jane Friedman, She Writes Press publisher Brooke Warner, and self-published author Julie Barton talked about the future of book publishing.

  • Mitchell Kaplan and Eduardo Padron Discuss Miami Book Fair
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    Interview with Mitchell Kaplan and Eduardo Padron

    BookTV talked to Miami Book Fair co-founder Mitchell Kaplan and Miami Dade College president Eduardo Padron about the Miami Book Fair.

  • Washington Journal FH Buckley Discusses the Future of the Republican Party
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    F.H. Buckley on the Republican Party

    F.H. Buckley talked about his new book, The Republican Workers Party on redefining the Republican Party following Donald Trump’s election as president in 2016.

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