Whatcha Reading, Peter Lippman?

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Peter Lippman, a Seattle native, is a life-long human rights activist and journalist. He's written for the Christian Science Monitor, The Progressive, and The Seattle Times, among others, mostly on the topic of Bosnia-Herzogovina, and the surrounding region. His book Surviving the Peace: The Struggle for Postwar Recovery in Bosnia-Herzegovina was just released by the Vanderbilt University Press. Lippman will be discussing the book next Tuesday, December 2nd, at the Elliott Bay Book Company, starting at 7:00pm.

What are you reading now?

Klezmer: Music, History, and Memory, by Walter Zev Feldman.

What did you read last?

Bloodlands: Europe between Hitler and Stalin, by Timothy Snyder.

What are you reading next?

My Parents, an Introduction / This Does Not Belong to You, by Aleksandar Hemon.