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Dec 3, 2020

This week, we talk to writer and journalist Christopher Scott McNeill about growing up and teaching Literature in the American South, working in the independent coffee scene in Sacramento, and how those experiences — along with a brief detour via the FBI — brought him to journalism.

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Nov 21, 2020

On today’s episode, we talk to drag performer A La Mode about how she git her start in drag, how the popularity of a certain show has changed the scene, and why this podcast will never take a sponsorship from Supreme.

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Nov 12, 2020

This week, Sean and I talk to visual artist Megan Moriarty about what grad school does to an art practice, what starting your career alongside a pandemic is like, and the challenges of dating an artist — as understood by artists.

See more of Megan's work at https://www.meganmoriartyart.com.

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Nov 6, 2020

On today’s episode, we talk to photographer Alana Rios about how the California landscape has shaped her art practice, the history and politics of women in the medium, and why it’s time to stop celebrating the work of Ansel Adams.

See more of Alana's work at https://www.alanarios.com or on her Instagram.

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Oct 29, 2020

This week, we talk to visual artist Daniel Alejandro Trejo about how his hometown and identity shape his art, reconsidering what graduate school means in the time of COVID, and our shared issues with 1960s minimalist sculpture.

See more of Daniel's work at https://trejodaniel.com

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