Jefferson Public Radio / Jefferson Exchange
The author, who is also a retired Chief Engineer of a NYC Fireboat, checks in to talk about the people and the boats who carried people out of the danger zone to safety.
Interview about the boat lift in the "good news" segment.
Fox News Radio
Folha de S.Paulo Interview (Portuguese)
Folha de S.Paulo
"The details are palpable, and told with skill."
5 books to read coming out in September
Hasty Book List
Jessica DuLong loves the physical demands of her job operating a famous fireboat.
Interview with Bayerischer Rundfunk, a public-service radio and television broadcaster part of the ARD network
Crew with connections to historic John J. Harvey and Hudson Valley recall that eventful day
Albany Times Union
On September 11, 2001, tugs, ferries, dinner boats, and other vessels raced to the rescue from points all across the Port of New York and New Jersey. In less than nine hours, approximately 800 mariners aboard 150 vessels transported nearly 500,000 people from Manhattan. This was the largest maritime evacuation in history and yet the story of this heroic effort has never been fully told.
The Kathryn Zox Show