Bookable Space with Arnie Bernstein

Love being read to? In this episode of Bookable Space, host Yvonne Battle-Felton is joined by Arnie Bernstein reading from Bath Massacre: America's First School Bombing and two other pieces.

Arnie Bernstein bio: Arnie Bernstein delves into the forgotten corners of history through narrative nonfiction. His explorations of American Nazis, Swastika Nation: Fritz Kuhn and the Rise and Fall of the German-American Bund, has earned world-wide acclaim, including The NY Times, Publishers Weekly, and media in Poland, Germany, England, Israel, and more. Arnie is a member of PEN, The Authors Guild, International Federation of Journalists, and Society of Midland Authors. He is a competitive runner, can recite all dialog from The Godfather by heart, and is a lifelong fan of the Chicago White Sox, which means he doesn’t have to read the Book of Job.


Bath Massacre: America’s First School Bombing is the horrifying true story of the deadliest school killing in American history. On May 18, 1927, in the small town of Bath, Michigan, the local school blew up, killing 38 children and four adults. The madman behind this crime burned down his home, killed his wife, and blew himself up in front of the devastated school grounds. Bath Massacre resonates powerfully for modern readers and reminds us that domestic terrorism and mass murder are sadly not just a product of our times. 

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