Family Stories

Stories can have a powerful hold on us ... especially the ones about our own families. On the next Talk of the Nation, tune in for a conversation about why family stories are so important in our lives. Ray Suarez and his guests will discuss which stories get told, which ones don't how to recover lost tales, and how to turn them into a good yarn. Guests: Marcus Rosenbaum Former Editor and Producer at National Public Radio Rosanna Herndon Professional Storyteller Professor (retired), Interpersonal Communications Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene, Texas Christina Baker Kline Author Sweetwater Listeners call in

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