Posts filed under ‘Books’

6-6-12: A Good Man

We talk with Mark Shriver about his new book about his father, Sargent Shriver.


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5-29-12: Summer Reads

Summer reading recommendations from Dr. Carla Hayden, CEO of the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

Continue Reading May 29, 2012 at 7:45 am 1 comment

5-28-12: Actor, Marine, Author

You might recognize Benjamin Busch as Officer Colicchio from The Wire. He’s also a Marine, an Iraq veteran and a writer. Today he talks to Tom Hall about his memoir Dust to Dust, which goes deep on everything from childhood to war.

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5-22-12: Rough Likeness

Author and poet Lia Purpura talks with Tom Hall about her latest work and the line between poem and essay.

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5-15-12: Charles Heller’s Long Journey

Charles Heller tells Sheilah about “Prague: My Long Journey Home,” his memoir about hiding from the Nazis–and taking a potshot at one–as a young boy in World War II Czechoslovakia.

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5-15-12: Leading The Way

Tom talks with the author of a history of of medicine at Johns Hopkins.

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5-1-12: From Slave Ship to Harvard

The amzing story of an African-American family that’s lived in Maryland for six generations–beginning with Yarrow Mamout, who was brought from Guinea to the U.S. as a slave in 1752. Tom Hall talks with James Johnston, author of the book “From Slave Ship to Harvard.”

Continue Reading May 1, 2012 at 7:55 am 2 comments

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