Month: January 2019

Episode 305 – Deborah Feingold

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. It’s all about looking at light.” Legendary photographer Deborah Feingold joins the show to talk about the inspiration for her new personal project: photographing illustrators (which is how we fell…

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Episode 304 – Edmund White

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 Maria Callas.” Novelist, memoirist, essayist and queer literary icon Edmund White joins the show to talk about his new memoir, The Unpunished Vice: A Life of Reading (Bloomsbury USA)! We…

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Episode 303 – Peter Kuper

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 run around in my head and make me scream.” Political artist/illustrator Peter Kuper rejoins the show to talk about these Kafkaesque times and his new graphic novel, Kafkaesque: Fourteen Stories…

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Episode 302 – Jerome Charyn

┬áVirtual 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 stop on his blog tour, author Jerome Charyn joins the show to talk about his new novel, The Perilous Adventures of the Cowboy King: A Novel of Teddy Roosevelt and…

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Episode 301 – Kriota Willberg

Virtual Memories Show 301: Kriota Willberg – Live at CXC! “If you can understand the skeleton, you can figure pretty much everything else out.” Recorded live at Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (CXC) in 2018, Kriota Willberg returns to the podcast to talk about the origins of her new book, Draw Stronger: Self-Care For Cartoonists & Visual…

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