Elaine Pinkerton Coleman reads a letter from her book, From Calcutta with Love, on the dropping of the Atomic Bomb 70 years ago today.
FUND DRIVE SHOW
Kyle Dickman Contributing editor at Outside Magazine and former hotshot firefighter, author of the new book On The Burning Edge: A Fateful Fire and the Men Who Fought It.
Micha Kurz Community organizer/mobilizer, lifelong resident of Jerusalem, and co-author of the new book Wujood: The Grassroots Guide to Jerusalem.
Richard Rhodes Pulitzer Prize-winning author of twenty-five books including, The Making of the Atomic Bomb; Dark Sun: The Making of the Hydrogen Bomb, and Why They Kill, and Dr. Ginger Rhodes Clinical psychologist specializing in trauma treatment and psychological evaluation of trauma survivors seeking political asylum in the United States.
Philip Connors Fire lookout in the Black Range of the Gila National Forest, author of the book Fire Season: Field Notes from a Wilderness Lookout, and author of the recent Orion Magazine article, “Beauty in the Burn: Fire and Rebirth in the Forest.”
Leah Buechley Designer, engineer, artist, and educator, she’s a former professor at the MIT media lab.
Paul Barnes Film editor, collaborator and co-producer with filmmaker Ken Burns, and editor of The Civil War series, and Meredith Davidson Curator of 19th and 20th Century Southwest Collections at the New Mexico History Museum, on the exhibition, “Fading Memories: Echoes of the Civil War.”