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Natalie joins us to talk about the Karen Hesse book Witness, which is made up of a series of poems about a small Vermont town during the early 1920s when the Ku Klux Klan is trying to infiltrate the town.  Join us for a discussion of this thought provoking book. 

Direct download: Podcast96.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 3:24pm CST

We were thrilled when our guests Marian Rakestraw and Diana Marsh selected Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book for the latest in our series of "You Made Me Read It" episodes.  Join us for a discussion of this wonderful book.

Direct download: Podcast95.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 4:24pm CST

It's almost November, so on the podcast that means one thing; National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).  In this episode Lissa slides over to the guest chair to talk about the book No Plot? No Problem! by Chris Baty as a way to get everyone excited about NaNoWriMo.

Direct download: Podcast94.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 2:48pm CST

We were thrilled to be joined by award-winning author and Washburn University professor Thomas Fox Averill.  He selected the novel Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier for our latest installment in our "You Made Me Read It" series of episodes of Hush.

Direct download: Podcast93.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 12:30pm CST

Michelle recommended the book "Better Off: Flipping the Switch on Technology" by Eric Brende.  Join us for a lively discussion of the book and whether or not we could live without technology.

Direct download: Podcast92.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 11:00pm CST

Lisa Brown joins us to discuss the narrative nonfiction bestseller The Perfect Storm by Sebastian Junger.

Direct download: Podcast91.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 12:42pm CST

For our special summer edition of Hush, we take a break from our You Made Me Read It series and talk about our favorite books of all time.  Kelli and Megan join Lissa and Miranda to talk about some of the books that they consider best ever.

Direct download: Podcast90.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 8:07pm CST

The latest in our "You Made Me Read It" series, Daniel Fogtjoins us to discuss the science fiction bestseller TheMartian by Andy Weir.

Direct download: Podcast89.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 4:12pm CST

Join us for our latest installment of our "You Made Me Read It" series of episodes.  Autumn Friedli challenged us to read Julie Buxbaum's new book Tell Me Three Things which Autumn compared to a modern version of a John Hughe's movie.

Direct download: Podcast88.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 12:00pm CST

Editor of TK Magazine and president of E Squared Communications Tara Dimick joins us to discuss one of the most talked about business books in the past few years, Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg.
Direct download: Podcast87.mp3
Category:Hush -- posted at: 12:00pm CST

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