Thoreau-ly Confused, The Double Game, and Lumbee Louis Campbell | WYPR

Thoreau-ly Confused, The Double Game, and Lumbee Louis Campbell

Dec 26, 2014

A woman tries to deal with a husband who’s somehow been possessed by the soul of Henry David Thoreau. It's a special radio adaptation from the short fiction collection, The Wild Flowers of Baltimore, by Rob Roensch.

Dan Fesperman talks about his book, The Double Game, a story that's been called a "love letter to the spy novel genre."

Louis Campbell is the culture director at Baltimore's Native American Lifelines, and he talks with us about the meaning of ceremonial dance, the art of handcrafted beadwork, and the life of Lumbee people in Baltimore city.