In ‘America’s Greatest Library,’ Library of Congress historian John Y. Cole presents 217 years of history in word and photo.
Category: Book Talk
Franklin Foer’s “World Without Mind” challenges the power of Silicon Valley.
Local mom Caryn Franca helps families battling cancer.
From capture to conservation, “Raising America’s Zoo” tells the history of the National Zoo, beginning with its first family of gorillas.
The path from chick lit to historical fiction was a natural one says Karin Tanabe, author of “The Diplomat’s Daughter” (Atria Books, 2017), set at a Texas internment camp and in the Pacific theater during World War II. “I missed research,” explains the formal journalist, and writing the book provided her the opportunity to do a lot of it.
David Callahan explores the influence of elite philanthropy on American life in ‘The Givers.’
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The photography icon discusses innovation and inspiration.