A panel of journalists joins Diane for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
Acclaimed memoirist Patricia Hampl recalls growing up in St. Paul, Minnesota, life with her different but demanding parents, and family secrets parents don’t often reveal until the end of their lives.
- Patricia Hampl the author of four other memoirs, including "A Romantic Education," "Virgin Time," "I Could Tell You Stories," and "Blue Arabesque," and two collections of poetry.
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