Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Masha Alyokhina, a member of the band Pussy Riot, who was sentenced to two years in prison after playing a protest song in a Moscow cathedral in 2012.
NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to writer and sociologist Zandria Robinson about the racial tensions that still exist in Memphis.
“You get it going and then you have to shut it down,” Eugenides says. “And I am a novelist by inclination.” His new short story collection is called Fresh Complaint. (Image credit: Jennifer Kerrigan/NPR)
A new book profiles some of the world’s most fascinating felines, while telling how their job descriptions have evolved from rodent catchers to today’s ambassadors for distilleries and breweries. (Image credit: Courtesy of Distillery Cats/Julia Kuo)
Leigh Bardugo’s new The Language of Thorns is a collection of fairy tales set in the world of her Grishaverse books — a world of dangerous magic where happy endings may just involve minimal murder. (Image credit: )
The “Modern Family” actress is also a marketing powerhouse – and a force behind helping fund micro-loans to women trying to start their own small businesses