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NPR Books Watch — 9/18-9/24

Here are the NPR interviews for the last week. Anyone who emails me the imprints of all the books listed (or houses if no imprint is available) will win the NPR Books Grid for the prior week that includes, in addition to the information below, interviewer, pub date, imprint, genre, post-interview Amazon ranking, pre-interview ranking (if the book was mentioned on Shelf Awareness and I was able to look up the number before the interview), and interview hyperlink.


TOTAL book stories for the past week: 17 (27 last week)

All Things Considered: 1 (7 LW)

Diane Rehm: 5 (6 LW)

 Fresh Air: 1 (3 LW)

 Morning Edition: 3 (1 LW) 0 (3 LW)

 Talk of the Nation: 4 (4 LW)

 Weekend Edition Saturday: 1 (2 LW)

Weekend Edition Sunday: 2 (0 LW)

All Things Considered Year That Changed the World Michael Meyer
Diane Rehm Why Our Health Matters* Andrew Weil
Diane Rehm Age of Empathy Frans de Waal
Diane Rehm Future of Faith, The Harvey Cox
Diane Rehm Crude World Peter Maass
Diane Rehm Homer & Langley E.L. Doctorow
Fresh Air Dancing in the Dark Morris Dickstein
Morning Edition Black Water Rising Attica Locke
Morning Edition A Blockbuster Week for the Publishing Industry    
Morning Edition Blood’s a Rover James Ellroy
Talk of the Nation Age of Wonder, The Richard Holmes
Talk of the Nation Adland James P. Othmer
Talk of the Nation Ender’s Games Orson Scott Card
Talk of the Nation American on Purpose Craig Ferguson
Weekend Edition Saturday Negotiating with Iran John  Limbert
Weekend Edition Sunday Lost Algonquin Round Table, The Nat Benchley
Weekend Edition Sunday Informant, The Kurt Eichenwald

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