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Daniel Chester French, Monument Man

Daniel Chester French, Monument Man

Daniel Chester French is probably best known for creating the Lincoln Memorial. Born into a prominent New England family, his artistic leanings surfaced early. In his late teens his family moved to Concord, MA. Concord friends include the Alcott family. Louisa May...
Frederick Douglass, Prophet of Freedom

Frederick Douglass, Prophet of Freedom

Author’s Voice program about Lincoln and Civil War history, A House Divided, benefits from the fact that we stream our shows live from Abraham Lincoln Book Shop in Chicago. The Book Shop has been dealing in rare and collectible books, autographs, manuscripts,...
The History Near Us

The History Near Us

Every community has old or abandoned structures that we pass every day without giving a second thought. Sometimes the exterior of a particularly grand building might hold our attention long enough to wonder “I wonder what that was?” and then on we go. Sometimes it is...
Nelson Algren, Revisited…

Nelson Algren, Revisited…

Our Stranger Than Fiction author, Mary Wisniewski, joined us to talk about her book, Algren: A Life, shortly after it’s release. The first biography of Nelson Algren in 25 years, it was the Chicago Writers Association Book of the Year and won the Society of Midland...
Mystery Loves Company

Mystery Loves Company

Out of all the literary genres, I think Mystery writers have best taken advantage of the idea of writing a series. Romance may be full of trilogies; but for a good, long run and a chance to really get to know your main character, A Mystery series is your category. If...
Not Your Mother’s Bodice Ripper

Not Your Mother’s Bodice Ripper

There was a time when I would not ever admit that I’d even read a romance novel. I tried, really I did. Friends who loved Austen and Bronte would visit favorite characters and passages again and again. They would relate the stories to their own lives. They truly loved...