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Kansas Notable Books, Part Two

Scott Morrow Johnson -- Phog: The Most Influential Man in Basketball
Julianne Couch -- The Small Town Midwest: Resilience and Hope in the 21st Century
Jorge Iber -- Mike Torrez: A Baseball Biography
Janelle Diller -- Never Enough Flamingos
Greg Olson -- Ioway Life: Reservation and Reform

September 24, 2017: the best new books by Kansans or about Kansas. Kaye McIntyre talks with some of this year's Kansas Notable authors before the Kansas Book Festival in Topeka. This week's books include: 

Phog: The Most Influential Man in Basketball by Scott Morrow Johnson 

Mike Torrez: A Baseball Biography by Jorge Iber

Never Enough Flamingos by Janelle Diller

The Small-Town Midwest: Resilience and Hope in the 21st Century by Julianne Couch

Ioway Life: Reservation and Reform, 1837-1860 by Greg Olson.

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Kaye starts her weekends the same way you do: with Weekend Edition Saturday, Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, This American Life, and To the Best of Our Knowledge. She started at Kansas Public Radio in 2001; in 2006, she became the producer of our weekly public affairs program, KPR Presents. In her spare time, she loves to read, travel, and attend theater.