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A hundred years in the future, global flooding has left nothing but surviving outposts on mountain tops. That’s the dark future told in a new novel by Omaha writer Kassandra Montag. “After the Flood” is the story of a mother sailing into the far North in search of her missing daughter. Hear an interview with the author on this week's All About Books.

 

 

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Guest Readers

Chigozie Obioma is a novelist and professor of English at UNL.
Share Your Story on All About Books
Going far beyond book reviews, we invite people passionate about books and reading to give their personal stories and insights into the larger world of words and ideas.
An introductory list Horror novels and movies compiled by Robert Stock, Professor Emeritus of English Literature at UNL.            
An introductory reading list for Graphic Novels compiled by Richard Graham, Associate Professor of Media Services at UNL.
Stephen Buhler with Guitar
Stephen Buhler is Vice Chair and Aaron Douglas Professor of English at UNL.
Kwame Dawes is a novelist, poet, professor of English at UNL and Editor of the Prairie Schooner.
George Ayoub
George Ayoub is a retired journalist in Grand Island.
Aja Martin is the manager of Indigo Bridge Books and Café  in Lincoln.
Kwakiutl Dreher is an Associate Professor of English and Ethnic Studies at UNL. She regularly contributes movie reviews for NET Radio’s Friday Live program.
Mandy Gray is Executive Director and author of "Those Bunny Books" in Omaha.
Mary Pipher is a Psychologist and writer in Lincoln.
Sharon Bishop is a retired English teacher from Henderson Nebraska.
Clay Farris Naff  is a freelance writer, a science and religion correspondent for the Humanist magazine. He is Executive Director of Lincoln Literacy.