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Eric Kester, author of "Gut Check," talks about teenage slang, "further" versus "farther," and how he uses grammar to shape his characters' voices.
Tupelo Hassman, author of "gods with a little g," discusses her dislike of the words "villain" and "amazing," how thinking about sound shapes her characters, and what a "chingy" is.
When Anna Sherman, author of The Bells of Old Tokyo, walked into a curio shop below her apartment, she had no idea the course of her life would be changed by the woman inside.
National Geographic Explorer and TED Prize-winner Dr. Sarah Parcak discusses the complex study of space archaeology, exploring how the field helps shape the past and future.
In What Would the Great Economists Do?, author Linda Yueh examines some of the great economic thinkers whose ideas have changed the world. How can those ideas help our economy work better today?
Are you deeply connected to your work or just going through the motions? Nicholas Pearce, author of The Purpose Path, explains why clarity of purpose is the first step toward authentic success.