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Episode Guide

Season 4

William Ford Gibson, The Peripheral (#417)

Airs: Friday, April 24
Considered one of the best-known science fiction writers in North America, is out with a new novel ...

Anne Lammott, Small Victories (#416)

Airs: Friday, April 17
Anne Lamott has written a number of books, including four New York Times best-sellers - "Grace ...

John Henry Lanchester, How To Speak Money (#415)

Airs: Friday, April 10
John Henry Lanchester is a journalist, novelist and non-fiction writer living in London. He is a ...

Marlon James, A Brief History Of Seven Killings (#414)

Airs: Friday, April 3
Marlon James has written 12 books, including "The Book of Night Women, " which won the 2009 Dayton ...

Bryan A. Stevenson, Just Mercy (#413)

Bryan A. Stevenson founded and directs the Equal Justice Initiative, a non-profit in Montgomery, ...

Louise Penny, The Long Way Home (#412)

Louise Penny is the Canadian author of a series of books featuring Chief Inspector Armand Gamache. ...

Jane Smiley, Some Luck (#411)

A prize-winning American novelist, essayist and nonfiction writer, Smiley won the Pulitzer Prize ...

Colm Toibin, Norah Webster (#410)

Irish author Colm Toibin is a prolific prize-winning author. His novel "The Master" won the ...

Paul Roberts, The Impulse Society: America In The (#409)

Author of "The End of Oil" and "The End of Food," Roberts writes about the intersections between ...

Jodi Picoult, Leaving Time (#408)

Airs: Sunday, March 29
Jodi Picoult is one of America's most popular novelists. Her novels about families and ...

James Mcbride, The Good Lord Bird (#407)

James McBride is one of the most critically acclaimed African American authors working today. In ...

Amy Bloom, Lucky Us (#406)

This past fall, Amy Bloom's new novel "Lucky Us" was the lead fiction title for her publisher, ...

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