Virtual Memories Show 417: Mark Wunderlich “Is poetry a place where you want to be restrained, or is a poem where you actually get to
Virtual Memories Show 416: Wendung “At 50, everyone has the face he deserves,” said George Orwell, but he died at 47, so what does he
Virtual Memories Show 415: Jerome Charyn “Any great work is a shove to the incomprehensible, but it’s JUST on our side instead of the other
Virtual Memories Show 414: James Oseland “Mexico is the North American version of Italy, and Mexico City is the North American version of Rome.” For
Virtual Memories Show 413: DW Young “People have responded very well to The Booksellers in the pandemic moment, because it speaks to an aspect of
Virtual Memories Show: The Guest List 2020 It’s time for our year-end Virtual Memories Show tradition: The Guest List! I reached out to 2020’s pod-guests
Virtual Memories Show 411: Lisa Kohn “There’s nothing as intoxicating as knowing the truth (quote-unquote), and that’s what cults offer. It’s the best drug ever.
Virtual Memories Show 410: Phillip Lopate “This book is like a tracing of American history through the essay. The essay is way to process ideas.
Virtual Memories Show 409: Rian Hughes “In graphic design, if you define the problem clearly, the solution is almost immediately apparent. And if you can’t
Virtual Memories Show 408: Celia Paul “I’ve got rid of paintings I was very pleased with but which I knew needed to go deeper. It’s
Virtual Memories Show 407: Virginia Postrel “The history of textiles engages with the history of technology and science in interesting ways; it engages with economics
Virtual Memories Show 406: David Shields “So much of American history has been a fairy-tale children’s history, and so much of Trump’s dealing with COVID