Novelist and photographer Teju Cole’s latest book is a mix of text and photography. NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro asks him about his book Blind Spot.
Rosecrans Baldwin’s new novel probably shouldn’t have come out in summer: It’s got the trappings of a beach read — a shore town, tourists, a murder — but it strays into some very dark territory. (Image credit: Liam James Doyle/NPR)
NPR’s resident Bat-scholar Glen Weldon offers a personal remembrance of the late Adam West, explains how the actor rescued the character of Batman from oblivion, and explores his enduring legacy. (Image credit: Mark Elias/AP)
In his book, The Potlikker Papers, John T. Edge tells the story of modern Southern history through food — which means “explicitly digging into issues of race, class, gender, ethnicity,” he says. (Image credit: Shelby Knowles/NPR)
The comedian wants to know why we pay for the chance to make ourselves completely vulnerable to strangers
From Race Across America to Flag Day, “Sunday Morning” takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead