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Why does the narrative of finding your one true love and living happily ever after dominate the romance novel? In her new book Happily Ever After, Catherine M. Roach, alongside her romance-writer alter-ego, Catherine LaRoche, guides the reader deep into Romancelandia where the smart and the witty combine with the sexy and seductive to explore why this genre has such a grip on readers.


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On this episode, David Heineman discusses his new book Thinking about Video Games. Heineman's book brings together some of the most iconic, influential, and interesting voices from across the gaming industry. He reveals what he learned about the past, present, and future of video games through his interviews with gaming experts.


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On this episode, Peter Schrag discusses When Europe Was a Prison Camp. This book weaves together Peter’s and his father Otto’s memoirs about their experiences in Occupied Europe during World War II. The Schrags were Jews, and Otto was interned in a French prison camp. Schrag shares the compelling story of how he and his family escaped to America.


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In Claire Arbogast’s new memoir Leave the Dogs at Home, she writes about her journey to build a better life on the debris of her old one, after her lover Jim dies. On this episode, she discusses how his death forced her to face the hard, evasive truths of their complicated 27-year relationship and pushed her to reinvent herself.


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When Edward Snowden began leaking NSA documents in June 2013, his actions sparked impassioned debates about electronic surveillance, national security, and privacy in the digital age. In David Fidler's new book The Snowden Reader, he and other experts analyze the historical, political, legal, and ethical issues raised by Snowden's disclosures. Fidler discusses these disclosures and their aftermath on this episode.


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On this episode, Maple Razsa discusses his book Bastards of Utopia. The companion to a feature documentary film of the same name, this book explores the experiences and political imagination of young radical activists in the former Yugoslavia, participants in what they call alterglobalization or "globalization from below."


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On this episode, author Ray Boomhower discusses his latest book John Bartlow Martin: A Voice for the Underdog. He examines Bartlow’s career as one of the best reporters of the 20th century, his Indiana upbringing, and his connections to some of the most prominent Democratic politicians.


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On this episode, Bob Hammel discusses his latest biography of medical device entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Cook. In The Bill Cook Story II: The Re-Visionary, Hammel takes us through Cook's final years and the restoration projects he championed, including Beck's Mill in Salem, Indiana; the Old Centrum Church in Indianapolis, Indiana; and the revival of his hometown of Canton, Illinois.


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Coined in 1992 by composer/saxophonist John Zorn, “Radical Jewish Culture,” or RJC, became the banner under which many artists in Zorn's circle performed, produced, and circulated their music. On this episode, Tamar Barzel discusses her book New York Noise and how RJC forged a new vision of Jewish identity in the contemporary world.


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On this episode, Dean J. Kotlowski discusses his book Paul V. McNutt and the Age of FDR. In this major biography of an important politician and statesman, Kotlowski explores McNutt’s life, his era, and his complex relationship with Franklin Roosevelt.


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