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There will be no podcasts on August 27 and September 3, 2015. Podcasts will resume on September 10.
 

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Benjamin Percy

Photo by Jennifer May

NEA Literature Fellow

In his current novel, Red Moon, Ben Percy serves up a hybrid of horror and literature to tell a story about our lives today. [35:10]

Music Festival

The 78th Old Fiddlers' Convention in Galax, Virginia. Where music happens on and off the stage. [32:13]

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Tony Kushner

Photo by Joan Marcus-Hires

Playwright and 2012 National Medal of Arts Recipient

In the second of our two-part interview, talk about his latest play and his screenplay for the movie, Lincoln

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Tony Kushner

Photo by Gloria Wegner

Playwright and 2012 National Medal of Arts Recipient

In part 1 of a two-part interview, Tony Kushner talks about his early attraction to theater and writing Angels in America. [28:50]

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Laurie Olin

Photo © Sahar Coston-Hardy

Landscape Architect and 2012 National Medal of Arts Recipient

Laurie Olin on the work of landscape architecture—balancing nature and cultivation. [32:45]

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Nancy Buirski

Photo courtesy of Nancy Buirski

Director

Nancy Buirski discusses her prize-winning documentary, The Loving Story, a look at a couple’s decision to remain a family and challenge Virginia’s miscegenation laws. [31:43]

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Joan Myers Brown

 

Photo courtesy of Philadanco!

National Medal of Arts recipient

Founder of Philadanco!, Joan Myers Brown reflects on what goes into building a leading African-American dance company and school. [27:29]

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Daisy Castro

Photo courtesy of the Castro Family

Gypsy Jazz Violinist

16 year-old Daisy Castro gets to the heart of gypsy jazz. [28:00]

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Heather Wood

Photo courtesy of Bauman Redanty and Shaul

Actor

Heather Wood talks about the joys and challenges of performing Shakespeare. [27:31]

Author

Andre Dubus III's memoir Townie isn’t a literary coming of age story. It’s an exploration of violence and absence. [30:37]

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Manil Suri

Photo by Nina Subin

Novelist, Mathematician

The City of Devi, an apocalyptic sex comedy and love story, is the third book in Manil Suri’s trilogy centered on Mumbai. [26:08]

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Marna Stalcup

Photo by Allie Maki Maya

Program Manager, The Right Brain Initiative

Teaching Portland's children core curriculum through the arts. [30:06]

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Stephen Jost

Photo courtesy of the Honolulu Museum of Art

Director, Honolulu Museum of Art

Stephan Jost discusses how the Honolulu Museum of Art works to serve its military community. [25:56]

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Robert Ward

Photo by Daniel Schwartz

Composer and 2011 NEA Opera Honoree

Toward the end of his life, Robert Ward discussed his remarkable career in music. [29:15]

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Terry Tempest Williams. Photo by Louis Gakumba

Photo by Louis Gakumba

Writer and Naturalist

In her latest book, When Women Were Birds, Terry Tempest Williams explores the legacy of her mother’s journals. [28:11]

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