Author of "Grand Avenue," a look at St. Paul's successful and well-known retail and cultural area, and "Mexican Odyssey," reflections on the author's experiences in running the Grand Avenue store of that name; interviewed by Edie Meissner.
John Yewell/Jan DeSirey /Chris Dodge, co-editors of Confronting Columbus, a collection of essays and documents which debunk some of the "myths" associated with the Columbus expeditions to the "new world," are ? interviewed by Sanford Berman.
A fascinating visit to Sumac Press, the world's longest-operating fine press, and an interview with 95-year old printer, publisher and literature teacher Emerson Wulling. At his home in LaCrosse, Emerson talks to Will Powers, Minnesota Historical Society Press, about his long career setting type by hand and printing books on his old hand-fed press.
Terence Williams, founder of the Hazelden Family Program and author of I Won't Wait Up Tonight, a guide to taking care of oneself when living with an alcoholic or addict, is interviewed by David Francis.
Dr. Stephen Wilbers, author of Writing for Business, a compilation of syndicated columns from the Star Tribune which help people improve their business writing skills, is interviewed by Eileen Cavanagh.