As we turn the page on 2021, 2022 brings a new book, one that took seven years to write. It is a collection of insights from The Measure of Everyday Life that Karen Keaton Jackson, Bridget Pittman-Blackwell, and Brian Southwell have curated and published with RTI Press as a resource for anyone who asks questions for a living. We are celebrating years of collaboration between WNCU, North Carolina Central University, and RTI Press and are hoping to serve undergraduate and graduate seminars around the world with a book that Soledad O’Brien has called “timely” and Joanne Kenen has said is “[f]ascinating and thought-provoking.” We have designed the book as a standalone volume but it also includes QR code links to past episodes of the public radio show that Rachel Powell has noted is a “wonderful resource” for students and researchers. If you teach, please keep the book in mind for your next syllabi. If you are connected with a library, we’d be happy to be in your catalog. RTI Press is using a Creative Commons license to make it free for all online and if you like a low-cost paperback you can find it here now.