Host Ed Goldberg speaks with Yiyun Li, author of "A Thousand Years of Good Prayers" and "The Vagrants," her debut novel, which is set in China in the late 1970s. It deals with human frailty and courage.
Host Jim Schumock interviews Annie Leibovitz about her book "Annie Leibovitz at Work." Leibovitz talks about her work, which spans a period beginning with Richard Nixon's resignation and ends with Barack Obama's Presidential campaign. She talks to Jim about the Rolling Stones Tour, John Lennon and Yoko Ono and others she has photographed.
Host Dmae Roberts welcomes Grant Turner of Northwest Classical Theatre Company to talk about the One Act Festival and director John Monteverde discusses "Bare - the Musical," presented by two new companies, Blue Monkey Theatre and Tin Pan Alley Theatre.
Hosted by Clayton Morgareidge, this program focuses on opportunities to shape what's ahead in the Obama years. We hear from labor journalist Sam Pizzigati about the promise of the President's budget proposal; from Environmentalist Mary Wood about what we must do to keep the atomosphere safe for living things; from Book Mole Larry Bowlden about new stories and poems from Grace Paley and John Nichols; and from Clayton about progressive politics as grounded in the brain.
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Grace Paley and John Nichols are two wonderful east coast activists who happen also to be a couple. They've published a book of short stories and poems which are political, comic, and surreal. Larry Bowlden tells us why we should read it.