March 21, 2013
Tuberculosis. Prohibition. Segregation. The Great War. The KKK. Faith. Musical medicine.
These are many of the themes interwoven in James Markert’s latest novel, A White Wind Blew. Set in the late 1920s in TB-ridden Louisville, Kentucky, A White Wind Blew follows Wolfgang Pike, a doctor-musician-almost priest, through his journey of healing and self-discovery. Markert is a [...]
February 21, 2013
Kati Marton is a journalist, storyteller, wife, and mother. She has led what many might consider an exotic life: marriages to Peter Jennings and Richard Holbrooke, apartments in Paris and New York City, serving overseas as a foreign news correspondent for NPR and ABC News, a childhood in Hungary and a college life in Paris. [...]