Virtual Memories Show 307: Mort Gerberg “People submitting comics to the New Yorker could expect a 98% rejection rate. What kind of a sane person
Virtual Memories Show 306: Eva Hagberg Fisher “A thread in my book is that I never learn the lessons I want to learn.” She got
Virtual Memories Show 305: Deborah Feingold “Photography students are begging me to teach them about strobes and lights, but it’s all about what you see.
Virtual Memories Show 304: Edmund White “Queerness has become less arty, less intellectual, less cultural, more physical, more gym-oriented, more commercial. Lady Gaga instead of
Virtual Memories Show 303: Peter Kuper “Art has been my saving grace, in terms of having an outlet so I’m not just having today’s news
Virtual Memories Show 302: Jerome Charyn “In most historical novels, you’re dealing with events, and I’m really dealing with trauma and wounds.” On the latest
Virtual Memories Show 301: Kriota Willberg – Live at CXC! “If you can understand the skeleton, you can figure pretty much everything else out.” Recorded
Virtual Memories Show 300(!): Gary Clark “All I’ve ever really wanted was to have a life in music, and that’s what I’ve managed to achieve.
Virtual Memories Show: The Guest List 2018 and Bill Kartalopoulos Comics scholar (and curator, and editor, and educator) Bill Kartalopoulos joins the show to talk
Virtual Memories Show 298: Summer Pierre “A mix-tape isn’t just saying, ‘I want you to enjoy this’, it’s, ‘I want you to enjoy me making
Virtual Memories Show 297: Shachar Pinsker “This is the story of Jewish migration through the lens of coffeehouses.” Jews have a long tradition with coffee
Virtual Memories Show 296: Cathy B. Graham “The great thing about being heartbroken is I become very focused on my work.” Who starts a career