Here’s my conversation with Kathryn Miles, author of “Quakeland: On The Road To America’s Next Devastating Earthquake.”

I asked her if we’ve gotten any better at predicting earthquakes, which American cities are most at risk, and whether our infrastructure can handle a big quake. We also discussed the skepticism of midwesterners who remember the panic created by Iben Browning’s failed warnings about the New Madrid fault a quarter-century ago.

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