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This great new book was released this week…
 

Playing Changes:
Jazz for the New Century

Nate Chinen

 
Hardback: Pantheon, 2018
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*** The starred review of this book
from Publishers Weekly…

 

Listen to a great NPR interview with the author,
from Morning Edition:

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This is an important book on the recent history of opioid epidemic in the U.S.
It is also one of our best new releases of this week.
 

Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America
Beth Macy

Hardback: Little, Brown & Co, 2018
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“Macy’s harrowing account of the opioid epidemic in which hundreds of thousands have already died masterfully interlaces stories of communities in crisis with dark histories of corporate greed and regulatory indifference.”
New York Times Book Review, Editors’ Choice

 

Listen to an excellent NPR Interview with the author… 

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Parker Palmer
 

We recently had the opportunity to ask Parker Palmer a few questions about his new book:

On the Brink of Everything:
Grace, Gravity, and Getting Old

Parker Palmer

Hardback: Berrett-Koehler, 2018
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ERB: How did you come to write a book on “getting old”?

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This debut novel is one of
the best new books of this week

 

The Incendiaries:
A Novel

R.O. Kwon

Hardback: Riverhead, 2018
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“A story about spiritual uncertainty and about the fierce and undisciplined desire of her young characters to find something luminous to light their way through their lives.”
– Maureen Corrigan, NPR

 

Listen to a superb interview that the novelist 
did with NPR’s Renee Montagne:

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An excellent new book on the present economic situation for families in the United States:
 

Squeezed:
Why Our Families Can’t Afford America

Alissa Quart

Hardback: Ecco, 2018.
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Listen to an excellent NPR interview with the author…
(Interviewed by Terry Gross of All Things Considered)

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One of this week’s best new book releases is:
 

Room to Dream: A Memoir
David Lynch / Kristine McKenna

 
Hardback: Random House, 2018
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David Lynch was interviewed about this book
on NPR this week.  Give it a listen:
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This is a fascinating and timely new book…
 

The Heritage: Black Athletes, a Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism
Howard Bryant

Hardback: Beacon Press, 2018
 
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Listen to an excellent NPR interview with the author:

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One of the best new fiction book releases of last week was:
 

The Ensemble: A Novel
Aja Gabel

 
Hardback: Riverhead, 2018
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Listen to an an interview that the novelist did with NPR’s Scott Simon…

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Openness to Community
 
An Interview with Marcus Rempel, author of:
 

Life at the End
of Us vs. Them:
Cross Culture Stories

 
Paperback: Friesen Press, 2017
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Interview by Josina Guess
 
 
Over the course of about six years, I have gotten to know Marcus Rempel as he has made occasional pilgrimages away from his snow-covered farm in Canada to the sunny mild green of winters in Georgia. He and his family served as volunteers at Jubilee Partners, the Christian intentional community where I lived with my family, and he has remained connected- returning every few years to build and strengthen friendships. He is a gifted songwriter. My favorite of his songs, which our worship community sings every Easter is “Christus Victor,” a song that came to him in a dream.

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One of this week’s best new book releases is…
 

Natural Causes:
An Epidemic of Wellness, the Certainty of Dying, and Killing Ourselves to Live Longer

Barbara Ehrenreich

Hardback: Twelve, 2018
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Listen to this public radio interview from WNYC 
with the author about this provocative new book:
 
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