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Local poet Bucky Ignatius has released a new chapbook of his work, appropriately titled 50 Under 50.

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Thinking about turning over a new leaf during the new year?  If so, how do you come up with a plan that really works? Socio-economist and CEO of the Landmark Research Group, Dr. Randall Bell, is out with a new book, Rich Habits, Rich Life.

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One of the cruel abuses of slavery in America was that slaves were forbidden to read and write. But as Trinity College Associate Professor of English and American Studies Christopher Hager reveals in his latest book, “Word by Word: Emancipation and the Act of Writing,” some enslaved African Americans did learn to read and write, and during the early years of emancipation thousands more became literate.

Local poet Tasha Golden (from the band Ellery) has collaborated with celebrated photographer Michael Wilson on her just-released book of poetry.

Jonathan Goldman On The Healing Powers Of Sound

Dec 11, 2015

Jonathan Goldman, widely regarded as a pioneer in sound healing, has just released his newest book, an update of his original bestseller, called The Divine Name: Invoke the Sacred Sound That Can Heal and Transform.

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Update, January, 2016: "The Burdens of Brotherhood: Jews and Muslims, from North Africa to France" has been named a 2015 National Jewish Book Award Winner

Headlines from France suggest Muslims have renewed an age-old struggle against Jews and that the two groups are once more inevitably at odds. But Dr. Ethan Katz says the past tells a different story.

Author and renowned herbal teacher and practitioner, Rosemary Gladstar, talks with Barbara Gray about natural health and healing and her book, Medicinal Herbs: A Beginner’s Guide.

In his new book, The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl: How Two Brave Scientists Battled Typhus and Sabotaged the Nazis, Politico eHealth Editor Arthur Allen tells the true story of the battle against disease and genocidal ideology, told through the lives of microbiologists Rudolf Weigl and Ludwick Fleck, who fought typhus and cruelty from the Russian POW camps of WWI to the ghettos and concentration camps of Nazi-occupied Europe.

While Playboy may be changing some of the visual content in its magazine, there’s no denying the impact it has made to music, particularly jazz, over the decades.  Ron Esposito talks with Patty Farmer, the author of the new book Playboy Swings: How Hugh Hefner and Playboy Changed the Face of Music.

In his latest book, Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few, former U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich details why he feels our economic system is not working, explains why the current recovery is bypassing so many Americans, and lays out his solutions for creating a market organized for broadly-bases prosperity.

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