The Bookshop Podcast

Mandy Jackson-Beverly Chats With Author David Ebenbach, And Second Story Books Owner Allan Stypeck

May 31, 2021 Mandy Jackson-Beverly Season 1 Episode 42
The Bookshop Podcast
Mandy Jackson-Beverly Chats With Author David Ebenbach, And Second Story Books Owner Allan Stypeck
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The Bookshop Podcast
Mandy Jackson-Beverly Chats With Author David Ebenbach, And Second Story Books Owner Allan Stypeck
May 31, 2021 Season 1 Episode 42
Mandy Jackson-Beverly

In the Spring of 2007, my husband and I and our two sons went to Washington D.C. with my in-laws. We visited memorial sites, art museums, the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, Mount Vernon, the White House. We ate great food, met wonderful people, lapped up the history of the United States, and snapped many photos of blossoms. 

The trip was emotional, as it would be my father-in-law’s last visit to one of his favorite cities, one he’d visited many times in his long-spanning career in politics. We watched as his wife comforted him when he broke down in tears at the National World War II Memorial, and later at the Arlington National Cemetery. We listened to his stories while riding the United States Capitol Subway System beneath Capitol Hill and dining at his favorite hangouts.

Washington D.C. is a beautiful city, a museum-goers delight, a park-lovers haven. Today, I’m back in D.C. speaking virtually with two residents. And because my guest author, David Ebenbach, celebrated the birth of his latest book How To Mars last week, I’m switching things up and starting the episode with his interview. Then I chat with Allan J. Stypeck, Jr., owner of Second Story Books.

Links for this episode:

David Ebenbach

How to Mars, David Ebenbach

Tachyon Publications

The Artist’s Torah, David Ebenbach

Georgetown University, Center For New Designs In Learning & Scholarship

Georgetown University Center For Jewish Civilization

Writing Down The Bones, Natalie Goldberg

The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron

Klara And The Sun, Kazuo Ishiguro

Second Story Books

Allan J. Stypeck, Jr.

The Book Guys

 

Support the show (https://paypal.me/TheBookshopPodcast?locale.x=en_US)

Show Notes

In the Spring of 2007, my husband and I and our two sons went to Washington D.C. with my in-laws. We visited memorial sites, art museums, the Smithsonian, the Library of Congress, Mount Vernon, the White House. We ate great food, met wonderful people, lapped up the history of the United States, and snapped many photos of blossoms. 

The trip was emotional, as it would be my father-in-law’s last visit to one of his favorite cities, one he’d visited many times in his long-spanning career in politics. We watched as his wife comforted him when he broke down in tears at the National World War II Memorial, and later at the Arlington National Cemetery. We listened to his stories while riding the United States Capitol Subway System beneath Capitol Hill and dining at his favorite hangouts.

Washington D.C. is a beautiful city, a museum-goers delight, a park-lovers haven. Today, I’m back in D.C. speaking virtually with two residents. And because my guest author, David Ebenbach, celebrated the birth of his latest book How To Mars last week, I’m switching things up and starting the episode with his interview. Then I chat with Allan J. Stypeck, Jr., owner of Second Story Books.

Links for this episode:

David Ebenbach

How to Mars, David Ebenbach

Tachyon Publications

The Artist’s Torah, David Ebenbach

Georgetown University, Center For New Designs In Learning & Scholarship

Georgetown University Center For Jewish Civilization

Writing Down The Bones, Natalie Goldberg

The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron

Klara And The Sun, Kazuo Ishiguro

Second Story Books

Allan J. Stypeck, Jr.

The Book Guys

 

Support the show (https://paypal.me/TheBookshopPodcast?locale.x=en_US)