In Barry Lopez’s new work of fiction, nine people living abroad are called to the U.S. to speak with security authorities about their work. They choose instead to go underground, leaving behind revealing, often politically charged personal narratives. Diane talks with Lopez about his new book.

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  • Barry Lopez author of "Resistance," the National Book Award--winning "Arctic Dreams" (1986) and many other books

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