We talk with celebrated Malaysian author Tan Twan Eng about “House of Doors,” his spellbinding new novel about love and betrayal, colonialism and revolution, storytelling and redemption. Then, novelist Kerri Maher tells us about her novel, “All You Have To Do Is Call.” It’s about the Jane Collective, the 1970s clandestine abortion service in Chicago.
This month’s guest is State University of New York at Stonybrook professor emeritus, labor scholar and activist Michael Zweig. He’ll talk about his new book “Class, Race, and Gender: Challenging the Injuries and Divisions of Capitalism” and why he wrote it for young activists and leaders. Zweig received his Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan where he was a founding member of Students for a Democratic Society. The foreword for Zweig’s new book is by Rev. William Barber, founder of the Poor People’s Campaign where Zweig is also an active member.
Wednesday, October 11 at 6:30 AM (repeated at 8:00 PM and archived.
Rachael Sage visits to share acoustic and fully-produced versions of a tune from her latest album, “The Other Side.” She has two upcoming shows in our area, Hamden (this Saturday) and Beacon, NY (next month,) ahead of more European dates.
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