Writer Seth Grahame-Smith found surprising success with his 2009 novel Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. It became a New York Times best-seller and spawned many imitators. Another best-seller, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter followed in 2011 (Tim Burton’s film version will be out this year) and now Grahame-Smith returns with Unholy Night, another dark revisionist tale. Here he tells his story of the Three Wise Men from the Christian nativity, murderous thieves who unwillingly become guards for Mary, Joseph and their newborn’s journey into Egypt.
Then, when David Finland was 21 years old, his mother Glen tried to teach him to use the Metro in Washington, DC. If her autistic son could learn the train system, then she figured he could get a job and if he could get a job, then he could move out, and if he could move out, then maybe her marriage to David’s father could get the jumpstart it needed. Glen Finland shares their bittersweet and humorous stories in Next Stop: a Memoir of Family. [Broadcast Date: April 24, 2012]
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