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The Organist
A biweekly podcast from McSweeney's and KCRW. Listening hard.
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The Organist Apr 20
poet Bernadette Mayer was priced out of NYC long ago. But, at 73, she still struggles to make ends meet. How much would our economy have to change to fix that? (produced with )
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The Organist Apr 19
What would life in the US look like if artists could pursue their work without worrying about making money? Would that kind of transformation even be possible? (in collaboration with )
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Brian McMullen Apr 18
In case you wanted to but never got around to listening to my album-length recitation of 1,000 unclaimed dotcom URLs for
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The Organist Apr 18
Can Universal Basic Income save poets from financial ruin? poet Bernadette Mayer thinks so in our latest episode, produced with
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Laura Lampton Scott Apr 10
"I allowed myself to see it without that doomsday double-vision." The stories we tell ourselves shaping our sense of reality. on storytelling and narrative arcs. And Maggie Nelson talking about, "The contaminated status of being earthly beings."
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Jason Boog Apr 11
When was the last time you changed one of the stories you tell yourself? I've been thinking about that all day after the penultimate episode:
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The Organist Apr 16
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Dorothy Apr 6
3 artists suggest new ways forward for narrative storytelling and making sense of the world: podcast on Maggie Nelson, Brian Belott, and our own Renee Gladman!
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The Organist Apr 6
Is there a way to tell stories without the intoxicating comforts of the narrative arc? Memoirist Maggie Nelson suggests a new way forward for narrative storytelling: as a mode of being in the world
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The Organist Apr 5
Artist and writer Renee Gladman blurs the boundaries of writing, reading, and drawing in work that turns her favorite thinkers into a kind of landscape
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The Organist Apr 4
Writer Maggie Nelson, Artist Brian Belott, and writer/artist Renee Gladman offer ways to make sense of the world outside of traditional narrative structures , ,
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The Organist Mar 23
is part of the new American underground: great bands that don’t go viral
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The Organist Mar 22
Over 14 years, the band has released 18 albums and played 531 shows (and counting!). But they’ve never made it big. What keeps them going?
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The Organist Mar 21
Touring a punk band is punishing work. Long drives, sweaty basements, and bad food - for no money. Why would you do it at age 66?
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The Organist Feb 23
The Log Lady (and late actress Catherine Coulson) keep the keys to the mystery of
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The Organist Feb 22
The reboot of became as much about the mortality of its actors as the story of a fictional murder, critic Howard Hampton argues
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The Organist Feb 21
The real message of came in the Log Lady’s phone calls - filmed as longtime collaborator Catherine Coulson was dying
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The Organist Feb 9
finds a surprising, critical & anonymous note on her porch. As she works to identify its author, her scrutiny of nearby strangers increases until she fears she has become as suspicious & judgmental as the the note-writer him- or herself.
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Constellations Audio Feb 8
Dive into a history of audio experimentation in this talk by with 💡📡🤹‍♀️🍡
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The Organist Feb 8
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