Shannon Bolithoe : A Writing Life


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NPR News: The Expansive Program To Recruit Africa’s Young Soccer Talent

The Expansive Program To Recruit Africa’s Young Soccer Talent
NPR’s Michel Martin speak with author Sebastian Abbot about his book, The Away Game, The Epic Search for Soccer’s Next Superstars.

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NPR News: David Lynch On ‘Room To Dream’

David Lynch On ‘Room To Dream’
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks David Lynch about Room to Dream, the director’s new memoir.

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NPR News: Dan Pfeiffer Didn’t Plan To Write ‘Yes We (Still) Can’ — Until Trump Won

Dan Pfeiffer Didn’t Plan To Write ‘Yes We (Still) Can’ — Until Trump Won
Michel Martin speaks with former Obama advisor Dan Pfeiffer. His new memoir stories his time in the White House, and prescriptions for the future of the Democratic Party during President Trump.

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NPR News: ‘Old In Art School’: An MFA Inspires A Memoir Of Age

‘Old In Art School’: An MFA Inspires A Memoir Of Age
Upon retiring from Princeton University at age 64, historian Nell Irvin Painter decided to pursue a second career in visual art among students a third of her age.

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NPR News: Struggling For Words, A Boy And His Grandfather Are ‘Drawn Together’ At Last

Struggling For Words, A Boy And His Grandfather Are ‘Drawn Together’ At Last
Author Minh Lê had a loving relationship with his grandparents, but he also remembers a lot of “awkward silence.” His new book explores barriers of language and culture between generations.

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NPR News: ‘The Perfect Weapon’ Tells The Story Of Growing Cyber War That The U.S. Is Fighting

‘The Perfect Weapon’ Tells The Story Of Growing Cyber War That The U.S. Is Fighting
NPR’s Ari Shapiro speaks with David Sanger about his new book The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage, and Fear in the Cyber Age. It tells the story of the growing cyber war that the U.S. is fighting in secret.

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