Monday • March 13, 2023 • 6pm PT • Stephanie Clifford
From the author of the New York Times bestseller Everybody Rise, a rich and riveting novel with the exquisite historical detail and evocative settings of The Cold Millions and Great Circle that tells the story of one unforgettable woman's rise in country and western music.
Thursday • March 16, • 6pm PT • Claudia Johnson
Pulitzer Prize Nominated Winner of the 1993 PEN/Newman's Own First Amendment Award for Claudia Johnson's extraordinary efforts to restore banned literary classics from Florida classrooms. Part memoir, part courtroom drama, and part primer for advocates fighting assaults on free speech, Stifled Laughter is the story of one woman's efforts to restore literary classics to the classrooms of rural north Florida.
Saturday • March 18 • 3:30pm PT • Robert Ovetz
An adroit collection of essays exposing the constitution for what it really is - a rulebook to protect capitalism for the elites. Written by 55 of the richest white men of early America, and signed by only 39 of them, the constitution is the sacred text of American nationalism. Popular perceptions of it are mired in idolatry, myth, and misinformation - many Americans have opinions on the constitution but have no idea what's in it.