I'll be appearing on WNYC's Leonard Lopate Show this afternoon. If you're in the NY area, please do tune in (93.9 FM). The show starts at noon; listen for me sometime shortly after the halfway point. Podcasts are also available for those who aren't in range or are otherwise engaged. In other news, I'm happy to report that a Polish-language edition of Master of Shadows will be published by Swiat Ksiazki. It is the fourth language for the book. Please rememberMaster of Shadows when you're doing your holiday shopping, and if you've read the book and are so inclined, Amazon reviews are most welcome.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mark Lamster is the architecture critic of the Dallas Morning News and a professor at the University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture. A contributing editor to Architectural Review, he is currently at work on his third book, a biography of the late architect Philip Johnson. Follow: @marklamster. More Bio >>
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