Author Geraldine Brooks discusses her book, Horse: A Novel, with best-selling author, and former NPR journalist, Jacki Lyden.

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Jacki Lyden is a former award-winning NPR host and foreign correspondent of over three decades. She is the author of the best-selling memoir, Daughter of the Queen of Sheba, published in twelve countries. A frequent speaker on the topic of mental health, the American Psychiatric Association named her “Patient Advocate of the Year” in 2021. She is also a 2018 Rosalynn Carter Mental Health journalism fellow. She is a proud board member of the Alan Cheuse International Writers Center and Writers for Democratic Action, both groups promoting democracy through literature. She founded the “Colton House Writers Retreat” in Arizona in 2019 and the “Love Comes in at the Eye” writers’ workshop in 2017, in Ireland. Lyden is working on a new memoir called Tell Me Something Good, about her life with, and without, radio.

Buy a copy of Daughter of the Queen of Sheba: A Memoir  HERE.