Physicist Michio Kaku explains how scientific advances could be making impossible things like time travel and telepathy possible. Also: Stefan Merrill Block’s debut novel. Isabel Allende on her second memoir, The Sum of Our Days. And Nicaragua's leading writer and former Vice President Sergio Ramirez talks about the complicated history of his country.
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