November 04, 2021

Talking About Books – November Reads

In this segment of Talking About Books, Stephanie Dudek of the Troy Public Library presents three items for November. To honor Native American Heritage Month: Joy Harjo’s anthology “Living Nations, Living Words,” with poems from 47 Native Americans. To help cooks prepare for the holidays: King Arthur Flour’s “Baker’s Companion.” And for the Dec 6th Book Group meeting, Ross King’s “Bookseller of Florence.” Interviewed by Brea Barthel. See

For an interactive map of the Native American poetry, see

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