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Interview: Nicholas Casey, author of “My Father Vanished When I Was 7. The Mystery Made Me Who I Am.”Mr. Casey shares his thoughts on his dad, melancholy, wanderlust, and genetics
Plus: There’s still time to sign up for our discussion on November 21
It’s November! Let’s read and discuss “My Father Vanished When I Was 7. The Mystery Made Me Who I Am.” by Nicholas CaseyListen now (3 min) | Please sign up for our discussion on Sunday, November 21
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Interview: Brian Broome, author of “The Key”Listen now (37 min) | Mr. Broome shares his thoughts about masculinity, sexuality, and white supremacy
Also: This Sunday is the last day to sign up for our discussion next Sunday, October 24
Plus: There’s still time to sign up for our discussion on October 24
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Let’s reflect: “How to Name Your Black Son in a Racist Country,” by Tyrone FleurizardAlso: How can we make our reading community even better?
Interview: Tyrone Fleurizard, author of “How to Name Your Black Son in a Racist Country” Mr. Fleurizard generously shares his thoughts on his name, on naming, on his father, and on the immigration industrial complex.