Sarika Mehta welcomes Jennifer Yu to KBOO to discuss her novel Four Weeks
Five People...Obsessive-compulsive teen Clarissa wants to get better, if
only so her mother will stop asking her if she's okay. Andrew wants to
overcome his eating disorder so he can get back to h...
Tod Davies is a celebrated screenwriter, author, and founder of the
independent publishing house Exterminating Angel Press. Her early
adventures working with youth in the streets of Liverpool roused her passion
for the power of storytelling and helped inspire her trilog...
Bill Resnick talks with the editor of Foreign Policy in Focus, blogger,
writer, and author of the novel Splinterlands, John Feffer, about his
nightmare of the breakdown of the world system in the next half-century.
Dmae welcomes actor Reggie Lee who played the role of Sergeant Wu on the NBC
TV series Grimm. Did you know his career has spanned stage and screen for
over 25 years? This June, he returns to the stage as Sancho Panza—the
trusted squire and sidekick of Don Quixote—in Man ...
Bill Resnick hosts this membership drive edition of the Old Mole, and we
1. Nick Buxton talks about his book on how corporations and the military are
dealing with climate change.
2. Mike Snedeker and Jan Haaken, our Left and the Law experts, review the
good, the bad...
A Gentleman in Moscow is a historical novel by Amor Towles; wonderful
descriptions of Moscow and incisive psychological analysis of his main
characters. It is a very emotionally intelligent book.
In this extended version of our conversation with Portland native Mark
Gustafson, we hear more stories about his work as Animation Director for the
Wes Anderson film The Fantastic Mister Fox, and about his award-winning
stop-motion work for Will Vinton Studios (now House...
Tonight an encore presentation of a short story set in the South Pacific by
Jack London. Based on the life of a Solomon Islander that London met, Mauki
was sold into slavery as a young man and spends most of his life trying to
escape back to his home island. Part of the pre...
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to violence. Tonight we air the wild west
thriller KILL FASTER PUSSYCAT! A radio theater experience you won't want to
miss! Based on the 1965 cult film Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill! but set in
Oregon in 1881. Follow the Vixens, three powerful wo...
Frann Michel explains why it makes sense for the Handmaids to be exclusively
white, and how the attempt to diversify the cast of the Hulu series works as
a denial of the continuing legacy of white supremacy. She draws on these
Soraya McDonald on The Undefeated...