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Book review: "Sister, Mother, Husband, Dog"

Sep 13, 2013

Kelly Blewitt reviews the new book from Delia Ephron, Sister, Mother, Husband, Dog, a collection of personal and poignant stories and essays, anchored by a remembrance of losing her older sister, writer Nora Ephron.

Local poet Richard Hague is in the studio with Barbara Gray to share some of his poetry and to talk about his new book of poems, During the Recent Extinctions.

Paul Scheider

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Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden

 

Director Thane Maynard talks with Lauren Mandel about "Eat Up," her new book on rooftop gardening.

The Night Circus

Sep 2, 2013
Erin Morgenstern

The Tribal Knot: A Memoir of Family, Community, and a Century of Change is the new book from Rebecca McClanahan that asks are we responsible for, and to, those forces that have formed us, and if so, for how long. The author tells Barbara Gray that she delved into the long history of her family to try and find the answers.

Barbara Gray welcomes local author and UC Associate Professor Nikki Taylor into the studio to talk about her new book, America’s First Black Socialist: The Radical Life of Peter H. Clark. He led the fight for African Americans' access to Ohio's public schools and became the first black principal in the state.

"From Behind the Blind" by Robert Murphy

Jul 26, 2013

Barbara Gray welcomes local poet and publisher Robert Murphy to talk about his newest book of poetry, From Behind The Blind, as well as to have him read several of his poems.

It started as a one-woman food monologue…then other famous foodies joined in…suddenly Peggy Sweeney-McDonald had a hit which she has now turned into a beautiful coffee table book. Meanwhile, Back at Cafe du Monde…Life Stories about Food is now out and Barbara Gray learns all about it from the author.

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