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NPR Choice pageAt WYPR, we love books. The book club will meet on the second Thursday of each month with hosts Emma Snyder and Lisa Morgan, with resident critic Marion Winik, and a handful of guest authors throughout the year! Click here for more information , or check out the "Events and Community Calendar" tab at the top of the page. On this edition of The Weekly Reader , we review two new memoirs about the extraordinary lives. Since news of the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse scandal broke in , the phrase "Me Too" has become standard shorthand for inappropriate sexual behavior.
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Here's how it works: A well-known edifion will pick a book he or she loved. Then, you'll send us your questions about the book. If you'd like to ask a question via voice memo, you can record yourself using a smartphone or similar device. Stiff competition to get one of the sites is anticipated - driven by hopes of attracting thousands of new jobs.
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Welcome to the third session of the Morning Edition book club! Here's how it works: A well-known writer will pick a book he or she loved. We'll all read it. Then, you'll send us your questions about the book. About a month later, we'll reconvene to talk about the book with the author and the writer who picked it. Fates and Furies is the story of a marriage, divided into two sections.
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