Ayana Mathis, B&N Discover and Oprah pick, reads from her debut novel, The Twelve Tribes of Hattie, a moving story that begins during the Great Migration and follows the struggles of a family over five decades. Author Chris Arian will join Ayana tonight.
Psychology and behavioral economics professor Dan Ariely, bestselling author of Predictably Irrational and The Upside of Irrationality, discusses his latest work Irrationally Yours: On Missing Socks, Pickup Lines, and Other Existential Puzzles.
Internationally renowned Chinese poet Chuan Xi reads and talks with contemporary American writer, essayist and translator Eliot Weinberger about the poet's first collection to appear in English, Notes on the Mosquito: Selected Poems.
Political commentator, former advisor to the McCain-Palin presidential campaign and The View's cohost Nicolle Wallace is interviewed by Bianna Golodryga, former Good Morning America co-anchor, about Wallace's novel Madam President.
This bestselling guide to decluttering your home from Japanese cleaning consultant Marie Kondo takes listeners step-by-step through her revolutionary KonMari Method for simplifying, organizing, and storing.
Hidden truths surrounding U.S.-China relations from the 19th century to the rise of Mao lie at the core in author James Bradley's (Flags of Our Fathers) new book, The China Mirage: The Hidden History of American Disaster in Asia.
Actor Alan Alda joins his wife Arlene Alda in a discussion of her new book Just Kids from the Bronx: Telling It the Way It Was. A special invitation is extended to teachers (seven listed in book) in celebration of Educator Appreciation Week.