Salman Rushdie has written 14 novels and survived a fatwa from Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini for his debut work, "The Satanic Verses." In his latest, Rushdie writes about cultural turmoil in America under President Donald Trump all without mentioning the president by name. The book is "Quichotte," written as a modern day reimagining of Cervante's "Don Quixote."

Rushdie recently joined Jim Braude at the Greater Boston studio at the Boston Public Library to talk about it.