Author & Writer for the New Yorker Paige Williams discusses her new book "The Dinosaur Artist" Ep. 40 Interview with Dr. Mark Sublette
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Paige Williams, New Yorker Magazine staff writer, discusses her new book "The Dinosaur Artist" her in-depth 7 year odyssey under covering the history and hidden world of the high end fossil trade. The book travels from Land of Lakes Florida to one of the most remote places on earth, the Gobi desert in Mongolia. She follows the story from high-end auction house sales to the finally consequences of dealing in illegal dinosaur bones. A fascinating podcast of how Paige became interested in the fossil trade and followed every lead no matter where it leads or how long it took. Understand the tenaciousness and serious reporting required to publish a significant book on an unique and compelling subject, "The Dinosaur Artist"