Listen to two great interviews with our authors. Maya Soetoro-Ng, daughter of S. Ann Dunham and sister of President Barack Obama, was interviewed this weekend by NPR's Guy Raz. She talks about her mother's book, Surviving against the Odds, about growing up in Indonesia and accompanying her mother on research trips, and about what their mother might have thought about her son becoming President. And on the BBC show Thinking Allowed, you can hear Karen Ho talk about her anthropological research in a very different locale: Wall Street. Ho took a job at Banker's Trust for a year and interviewed dozens of investment bankers for her book Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street.