Virtual Memories Show 349: Pete Bagge Returns! “One of the reasons I wrote about these three women for my books is that the lives they
Virtual Memories Show 348: Steven Heller “It’s a learning moment of how powerful symbols are and how powerful graphic design is.” The Nazi swastika is
Virtual Memories Show 347: Kevin Huizenga “I have a split in my writing life. Part of my brain plans everything out, but I know enough
Virtual Memories Show 346: Ho Che Anderson “I walked into Star Wars at 7 years old as one person, and I left as someone else.
Virtual Memories Show 345: Frank Santoro “Memory rhymes with these little moments in time, and time folds in on itself in a remarkable way, and
Virtual Memories Show 344: Liz Hand “Henry Darger was a devout Catholic who was engaged in a huge argument with God.” Transgression vs. transcendence: Elizabeth
Virtual Memories Show 343: Kate Lacour “Attraction/repulsion is a big response that people have expressed about my work, whether they like it or not. I
Virtual Memories Show 342: Witold Rybczynski “What Charleston did in the Colonial period with single houses, they basically just kept repeating it all these years.”
Virtual Memories Show 341: Chris Ware “Something in comics allows the concretization of the weird shifting and changing of our memories and senses of selves.
Virtual Memories Show 340: Sylvia Nickerson “You go along in the world and you experience a lot of people, but how deeply do you experience
Virtual Memories Show 339: Simon Critchley “What are the plays telling us that philosophy is not telling us, and that we need to attend to?”
Virtual Memories Show 338: Simon Doonan “Drag has been the wallpaper in my life forever.” Author, fashionista, creative ambassador, and recovering window-dresser Simon Doonan takes