#1605 – Richard Powers

April 23, 2019 00:25:24
#1605 – Richard Powers
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#1605 – Richard Powers
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Richard Powers spent a year under the redwoods of California. That reflection led to his novel, “The Overstory,” about the world of trees and a band of people determined to change the way it’s perceived. “The Overstory” won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and we will re-air our interview with Powers on this week’s […]

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