Month: July 2019

Episode 330 – Milton Glaser

Virtual Memories Show 330: Milton Glaser “Everything is design. Design is planning. It’s having an objective of any kind. When you go out to dinner, you’re designing your meal. There’s no design without intent, and there’s no life without intent.” He turned 90 a few weeks ago, but design legend Milton Glaser isn’t slowing down….

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Episode 329 – Kate Maruyama

Virtual Memories Show 329: Kate Maruyama “I was always attracted to dark writing. I grew up in a kind of gothic house, and there was always good stuff on the shelves.” Writer, teacher, and activist Kate Maruyama joins the show from Readercon 2019! We talk about her first novel, Harrowgate (47North), which managed to make…

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Episode 328 – Emily Nussbaum

Virtual Memories Show 328: Emily Nussbaum “I come out of the online community and I feel TV criticism specifically is a conversation. The debate-quality of TV that takes place over time is part of the allure of TV criticism.” Look! Up in the sky! Is it really more like a novel? Is it more like…

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Episode 327 – Karl Stevens

Virtual Memories Show 327: Karl Stevens “I wanted to be an artist but I didn’t know how, and comics were so accessible that I latched onto that.” It may be a fine line between comics and art, but Karl Stevens‘ fine line crosses effortlessly between them. Karl & I talk about how his realistic drawing…

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