Related Program: Ozarks At Large Everyday Experiences and Their Influence By Kyle Kellams • Oct 14, 2019 Related Program: Ozarks At Large ShareTweetEmail Courtesy / Kristin Kaufman Listen Listening... / 11:09 Kristin Kaufman's new book, Is This Seat Taken? No, I Saved it For You, is an examination of how the everyday can be valuable and inspirational. Tags: booksShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content New Book Highlights Life and Contributions of Marie Marvingt By Kyle Kellams • Sep 2, 2019 Courtesy / Rosalie Maggio More than a century ago, Marie Marvingt was a champion of aviation, cycling, health care and much more. Rosalie Maggio talks with us about her new book Marie Marvingt, Fiancee of Danger. "Where the Crawdads Sing" Author Coming to Northwest Arkansas By Kyle Kellams • Jul 15, 2019 Courtesy / deliaowens.com Delia Owens' first fiction novel, Where the Crawdads Sing, tops the New York Times Best Sellers list. This weekend she'll be speaking at the Bentonville Public Library at 11 a.m. and at the Fayetteville Public Library at 3 p.m. A Harington Miscellany By Kyle Kellams • Jun 24, 2019 Courtesy / The University of Arkansas Press A new book collects the essays, reviews and interviews of Donald Harington, a writer and artist, whose novels have a connection to a fictional Ozark Mountain town. The Guestroom Novelist: A Donald Harington Miscellany is out now, edited by Brian Walter. Examining the Roots and Rise of Islamophobia By Kyle Kellams • Sep 5, 2019 Courtesy / University of California Press Khaled Beydoun, an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Arkansas, examines the causes and effects of Islamophobia in his book, American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear. The paperback edition has just been published. Almost Everything About J.R.R. Tolkien By Kyle Kellams • Jun 26, 2019 Courtesy / The University of Chicago Press Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Pastor Clint Schnekloth is back to finish his summer reading suggestions. This time he offers Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth, edited by Catherine McIlwaine.