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In this, our first episode, Tom talks with fiction writer Cat Ennis Sears about a trio of stories set during the 1918 flu pandemic


Tom talks with historian and writer Allan Converse about his novel-in-progress, The Dying Nude.


Tom talks with performance and installation artist Nikhil Chopra about Yog Raj Chitrakar: Memory Drawing IX, currently on exhibit at New York's New Museum.


Alana talks with farmer and community organizer Ariel Berman about his farm education and the Access to Agriculture project.


Tom talks with very short story writer Christine Gentry about flash fiction and a memoir project based in her father’s life.


Just in time for the new season of Lost, Alana talks with popular culture scholar Anne Moore about television, fan communities, and the pleasures of serial narrative.


CNC celebrates National Poetry Month by inviting some of our favorite people to read some of their favorite poems.


Alana talks with artist and indie impresario Aliza Shapiro about her upcoming solo show at MEME gallery and the many fabulous events she organizes.


Tom talks with psychotherapist Chris Willard about his book, Child's Mind, to be published in September by Parallax Press.


Tom talks with blogger and comics aficionado Ben Owen about alternative comics.


Alana talks with public school teacher April West about progressive education, charter schools, and teacher and student assessment in the age of No Child Left Behind.


Tom talks with Marc Zender, a linguistic anthropologist, about the origins and development of writing.


Tom talks with artist Nate Hill about his playful and sometimes controversial performances.


Alana talks with artist and anthropologist Justin Armstrong about isolated and abandoned places.


Alana talks with Lisa Gross, chairman and founder of the Boston Tree Party, a collaborative campaign to plant 100 pairs of heirloom apple trees in civic spaces across Greater Boston.


Tom talks with abstract painter Jess Barnett about her work and why she prefers making paintings to working in a digital medium.

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