Living through the Covid-19 pandemic has changed our lives in ways large and small. A new collection of essays and poems explores various ways we are reacting to and coping with this uninvited guest. Amy Mills has this month’s book review of Alone Together: Love, Grief, and Comfort in the Time of Covid-19.
One of the lesser known migrations in modern history was that of refugees from the Spanish Civil War to Chile in 1939. South American author Isabel Allende tells an engrossing tale of two refugees who make the trip halfway around the world, only to become embroiled in Chile’s own internal upheaval. Amy Mills reviews Allende’s latest book, A Long Petal of the Sea.
The book is not your typical National Parks travelogue. It's a collection of personal memoirs by esteemed Utah author Terry Tempest Williams as she explores Ameirca's National Parks. Amy Mills has this month's book review of "This Hour of Land."
The luxurious ocean liner, the Lusitania, crossed the Atlantic for its legendary last voyage in 1915. Author Erik Larson brings this chapter of history to life i his book, "Dead Wake." Amy Mills has this month's book review.
A young Montana ranch boy is sent to spend the summer with distant relatives. So begins his journey into the unknown and adventures of the open road. Amy Mills has this month's book review of Last Bus to Wisdom, by Ivan Doig.
Over the past 500 million years, there have been five major life extinction events on planet Earth. We're now witnessing the sixth extinction, says author Elizabeth Kolbert in her new book of the same name. Amy Mills has this month's KPCW book review.