In a special two-part book club, host Elizabeth Andersen talks with authors Hilary Zaid and Molly Krause. Set in ebullient, 1990s Dot-com era San Francisco, Hilary’s Paper Is White is a novel about the gravitational pull of thepast and the words we must find to make ourselves whole.In her memoir Float On, Molly shares her early experiences of growing up in a biracial family, having a gay father die from AIDS, family struggles with mental illness and substance abuse,and, ultimately, great lessons about love.

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In a special two-part book club, host Elizabeth Andersen talks with authors Hilary Zaid and Molly Krause. Set in ebullient, 1990s Dot-com era San Francisco, Hilary’s Paper Is White is a novel about the gravitational pull of thepast and the words we must find to make ourselves whole.In her memoir Float On, Molly shares her early experiences of growing up in a biracial family, having a gay father die from AIDS, family struggles with mental illness and substance abuse,and, ultimately, great lessons about love.

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