We talk Nina Darnton about her debut novel An African Affair, which is set in Lagos, Nigeria, where Nina and her husband lived for 2 years while working as journalists.
We also talk with Kevin Brixius, singer, songwriter, poet, and emcee of the Bosso Poetry Company, performing the second Thursday of the month at Dusty’s in Northeast Minneapolis. More information about Kevin Brixius is available at bossoenterprises.com:http://bossoenterprises.com.
We talk with Rebecca Makkai, author of The Borrower, the story of Lucy Hull, librarian, whose life is hijacked by a 10-year-old book-loving library patron running away from home.
Also, we chat with Bill Cottman, author of a new collection of poems and photographs called Surface Tensions. Bill Cottman is a husband, father, grandfather, retired electrical engineer, fine art photographer, writer, and co-host of the KFAI show, Mostly Jazz.
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