Roanoke resident Thomas Fellers offers two books for a conversation on social infrastructure as we continue our podcast conversations on Alone / Together: What draws us into community and sets us apart.
Books discussed in this third episode of the season are Chang-rae Lee’s ON SUCH A FULL SEA (Riverhead Books, 2014) and PALACES FOR THE PEOPLE by Eric Klinenberg (Broadway Books, 2018).
In a strong locality, Fellers says, “Everyone who’s a part of it has a seat at the table and feels there’s going to be enough.” That, he says, is what social infrastructure can help do.
Fellers is a reader, husband, and realtor with MKB Realtors.
Hear the full conversation above, or wherever you get your podcasts. Pick up a copy from an independent book seller like our podcast sponsor, Book No Further, down on the historic City Market at 112 Market Street, SE.
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Zadie Smith has written a wonderful little book on this disruption and discusses the choice of submitting or resisting change. https://bit.ly/34vPIAd