From the archives Alice Walker talks about Zora Neale Hurston, voting, activism, inheritance, offerings,”This Human Journey,” and gardens.
Nicholas Delbanco reads from his 29th book Dear Wizard: The Letters of Nicholas Delbanco and Jon Manchip White published by University of Michigan Press. We talk about the art of teaching, music and memories, and departure. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/vc7xgc0lgsz4akm9zfjdh3hvy77kwchd.wav Download Audio For more about the author, click here!
Charles Baxter reads from There’s Something I Want You to Do from Pantheon Books. We talk about geography, requests, and surprises. We also talk about the upcoming symposium in honor of Nicholas Delbanco. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/1j0mpxi51iuf8ei9xsfuwc2smrksb14l.wav Download Audio For more about the author, click here!
Poet Scott Beal reads from his debut collection Wait ‘Til You Have Real Problems out with Dzanc Books. We talk about “outlandish” writing, poems from memory, and building community. We also talk about fury and fire and, of course, Thanksgiving. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/kjc19k2pf3awnli2mbwd7y082t4r82r3.wav Download Audio For more about the author, click here!
Phoebe Gloekner reads from The Diary of a Teenage Girl: an account in words and pictures published by North Atlantic Books. We talk about drawing as a kid to a medical illustrator, Crumb and comics, a child’s life, and installations. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/oi8rtz4bcaq8y43v958v4yzzx50jqftu.wav Download Audio
Jesse Walker reads from The United States of Paranoia: A Conspiracy Theory (2013) published by HarperCollins. We talk about things that might make you nervous – and also rebels on the air. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/qbshg6i4rknnwvdatr3p7ws1ae6wqjm5.wav Download Audio For more about the author, click here!
Eric Bogosian visits the studio to talk about his book 100 (monologues) published by Theatre Communications Group (2014). We also talk about writing for stage and screen,Talk Radio, and the 100 (monologues) project website. https://umich.box.com/shared/static/msh5syoluzvaw30klvk4vosrpk23d96d.wav Download Audio
Arundhati Roy talks about her introduction to B.R. Ambedkar’s Annihilation of Caste: The Annotated Critical Edition published by Verso. We talk about ‘The Doctor and The Saint: The Ambedkar-Gandhi Debate: Race, Caste, and Colonialism.’ https://umich.box.com/shared/static/n6smyjlhnrc3x4t1rs42augfjhvcqv37.mp3 Download Audio