Women in Flight

Connie May Fowler talks about her most recent book, Before Women Had Wings, the powerful and affecting story of Avocet Abigail Jackson, her adolescence, her family’s broken lives, her dreams and uncertainties. There is no denying the depth of Fowler’s talent and breadth of her imagination, says The New York Times Book Review.

Jane Mendelsohn talks about her new novel, I Was Amelia Earhart, which brilliantly evokes in fact and fancy the fate of the celebrated aviatrix and her navigator when they disappeared off the coast of New Guinea in 1937.

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