Shannon Fisher's guest tonight is Bob Brody, an essayist and executive from New York City and author of Playing Catch with Strangers: A Family Guy (Reluctantly) Comes of Age, a memoir about his struggle to become a grown-up family man. "Playing catch" is meant to be taken both literally and as a metaphor for connections made with other humans. Brody describes his personal relationships with his family of origin, and the family he created, with an emotional current that is universally relatable.
"Playing Catch with Strangers is a gem . . . filled with insights, wit, pithy observations, common sense and neighborly decency . . a delightful and thought-provoking memoir." ~ Dan Rather, former CBS-TV anchor
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