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Tariq Shah visits Page 158 Books


April 24, 2020

This Episode

Watch a virtual author event with Tariq Shah, where he discusses his new book, Whiteout Conditions (Two Dollar Radio, March 2020), with Dave Lucey, co-owner of Page 158 Books!

Shah and Lucey's conversation ranges from masculinity, how the author came up with the story, what it's like publishing a book during a pandemic, and how he got his debut novel published.

Scroll to bottom to learn more about Page 158 Books in Wake Forest, NC!



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Each virtual event highlights a vital independent anchor who passionately contributes to their community's culture, who we hope you will consider supporting now more than ever.

Page 158 Books is an independent, family-owned bookstore in historic downtown Wake Forest, North Carolina. Dave Lucey and his wife Sue have owned Wake Forest's only independent bookstore since 2015. Visit their website page158books.com to learn more!

Page 158 Books exterior, North Carolina


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