Month: September 2017

Episode 237 – Ann Telnaes and Matt Wuerker

Virtual Memories Show 237: Ann Telnaes and Matt Wuerker “I did some hard-hitting cartoons during the Bush administration. . . . I kind of wish I held back a little because now it’s like, ‘Where do we go from here?’” –Ann Telnaes It’s a double-Pulitzer-winner episode! First, the great editorial cartoonist, animator and essayist Ann…

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Episode 236 – Mimi Pond

Virtual Memories Show 236: Mimi Pond returns! “I felt more of a sense of empty nest when I finished this book than I did when my children left home.” Cartoonist and humorist Mimi Pond makes her third appearance on the show, this time to celebrate publication of The Customer is Always Wrong (Drawn & Quarterly)….

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Episode 235 – Liz Hand and John Clute

Virtual Memories Show 235: Liz Hand and John Clute “I think of a collector as a gardener, rather than someone who just buys books. Like gardeners, they do a lot of murdering. They cull books.” It’s another Readercon episode! First, Liz Hand rejoins the show for a little conversation about what she’s been reading lately…

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Episode 234 – Kathy Bidus

Virtual Memories Show 234: Kathy Bidus “If you write something and you think it’s not that good, you should throw it away. If you write something and you think it’s really good, you should throw half of it away.” Poet/muse/amanuensis Kathy Bidus joins the show to talk about her contribution to the new collection SisterWriterEaters…

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