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Yotam Ottolenghi talks food sustainability and his new book Nopi with Ramael Scully and Jeffrey Goldberg.
Drew Barrymore on the Sunny Side of LifeThe actress opens up about family, career, and a rocky past in her new memoir Wildflower.
Jenny Lawson on Life With Mental Illness in Furiously Happy“The Bloggess” talks about living with depression and anxiety.
Marlon James on A Brief History of Seven KillingsThe 2015 Man Booker Prize winner discusses his novel.
Lauren Groff Investigates a Marriage in Fates and FuriesThe best-selling novelist and recent National Book Award nominee discusses love and fiction.
Claire McCaskill Talks Life in PoliticsThe native Missourian discusses campaign strategy, election years, and her memoir Plenty Ladylike.
The Great Fight for Voting RightsAri Berman illuminates the struggle in his new book, Give Us the Ballot.
Exploring Food Culture in a Taxicab, From Buenos Aires to New YorkLayne Mosler lets her stomach be her guide in Driving Hungry, a culinary memoir.
Don Winslow on Creating El Chapo’s Fictional CounterpartThe author of Savages discusses his new book, The Cartel, at Politics & Prose.
Dolen Perkins-Valdez Explores Post–Civil War Life in BalmThe author of Wench discusses her new novel at Politics & Prose.
Steve Inskeep on Andrew Jackson and the Trail of TearsNPR’s Morning Edition co-host discusses his new book at Politics & Prose in Washington, D.C.
Robert Reich Talks Capitalism for the MassesThe former secretary of labor covers economic disparity in Saving Capitalism.
The Modern Legacy of Henry KissingerAuthor Greg Grandin profiles the controversial diplomat in Kissinger’s Shadow.
William Finnegan’s Obsessive Wave-ChasingThe New Yorker writer reminisces about surfing in Barbarian Days.
Paul Beatty’s Brilliant Social SatireThe author discusses his new book, The Sellout, at Politics & Prose.