Friday, March 25, 2016

Talking with KERA, WAMC, Signature Reads about American Character

I returned from a whirlwind book tour in the northeastern U.S. earlier this week, which had me pass through nine states and the District of Columbia in three days. Thanks to all who came out to Politics and Prose in D.C., the Greenwich Public Library in Connecticut and the Falmouth Historical Society on Cape Cod; great audiences all.

Literally on the way home, I swung by the Maine Public Broadcasting studios for a live hook-up with Dallas public radio superstation KERA's hour-long "Think" program. That conversation is now available online for streaming.

You can also hear my interview with WAMC / Northeast Public Radio's "Roundtable," an interview show out of Albany that can be heard in parts of seven states via 28 transmitters, which also aired this week.

And for those who prefer the written word, my extensive interview with Signature Reads writer Scott Porch at their website.

Thanks to all three outlets for their interest in American Nations and American Character.

My book tour continues this week with events in Portland, Maine on Mar. 30 and Boston, Massachusetts on Mar. 31.

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