Sue Miller: "The World Below" (Knopf)

October 16, 2001

In her latest book, best-selling novelist Sue Miller tells the stories of modern-day Catherine Hubbard and her grandmother, Georgia Rice, in whose diary Catherine discovers personal struggles, questions and choices strikingly similar to...

Naomi Wolf: "Misconceptions" (Doubleday)

October 15, 2001

In her new book, feminist author Naomi Wolf describes how the medical establishment, American society, the government, and even the women's movement fail to adequately support, care for and advise first-time mothers.

Dan Kindlon: "Too Much of a Good Thing" (Talk Miramax)

October 9, 2001

All parents want to give their children a good life, but, writes psychologist Dan Kindlon in his new book, many moms and dads are spoiling their kids. He'll talk about how overindulgence affects children, and about how parents can set...

Kirk Johnson: "To The Edge" (Warner Books)

October 8, 2001

The New York Times' Kirk Johnson talks about the experience of training for and running the Badwater Ultramarathon -- an annual 135-mile race in Death Valley, California. The subtitle of his book is "A Man, Death Valley, and the...

Sebastian Junger: "Fire" (WW Norton)

October 3, 2001

Sebastian Junger, author of the bestseller "The Perfect Storm," discusses his new collection of stories about people whose work exposes them to constant danger, from firefighters to diamond miners to Afghanistani rebels.

Kati Marton: "Hidden Power" (Pantheon)

October 1, 2001

In her new book, journalist Kati Marton profiles Jackie Kennedy, Lady Bird Johnson, Nancy Reagan, Hillary Clinton, and other First Ladies who, whether publicly or privately, have been key players in American history.

Haynes Johnson: "The Best of Times" (Harcourt)

September 26, 2001

Historian and journalist Haynes Johnson's new book looks at life in America during the '90s -- the ups and downs of the Clinton presidency, the economy, and more. He joins Diane to discuss both what we went through in the last decade, and...

Readers' Review: Nevil Shute's "Town Like Alice"

September 21, 2001

The September Readers' Review panel discusses Shute's 1950 novel, which is both a war story and a love story about a British woman and an Australian man who meet as POWs of the Japanese during World War II.

Patricia Van Tighem: "The Bear's Embrace" (Pantheon)

September 18, 2001

In 1983, Patricia Van Tighem and her husband were attacked by a grizzly bear while vacationing in the Canadian Rockies. Both survived, but the experience changed her forever. She joins Diane to talk about her memoir of the attack and its...

Harriet Lerner: "The Dance of Connection" (Harper Collins)

September 17, 2001

In the face of tragedy, we want to reach out to close family and friends. But sometimes those relationships are strained. Psychotherapist Harriet Lerner discusses her newest book about relationships. She offers advice on "how to talk...

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