NPR Correspondent Margot Adler: Vampires Are Us
NPR Correspondent Margot Adler Discusses Her Book Vampires Are Us
A veteran NPR correspondent heard regularly on All Things Considered
, Morning Edition
and Weekend Edition
, Margot Adler has reported on all sorts of stories. Now she's tackling our taste for the undead. For this reading and lecture, Adler will discuss her new book, Vampires Are Us: Understanding Our Love Affair with the Immortal Dark Side
. Seeking to understand our nation's more unusual spiritual interests, Adler will help illuminate why and how these terrifying fantastical creatures have such traction in our culture -- impacting power, politics, morality and identity.
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