Charles Bernstein reads his poem "In Particular."
Luc Sante talks about the "novels" of Félix Fénéon.
Photographer Charlotte Dumas likes to photograph working animals, and spent time at night in the stables of Arlington National Cemetery.
Western writer Terry Tempest Williams spent 25 years sorting out the message her mother gave her when she left her three shelves of blank journals.
We hear from Basque sheepherders about their cooking traditions that came from their work out west, including burying a Dutch oven in the ground and stewing lamb.
Ahmed Fadaam is a regular contributor to the program. His audio diary has won a number of awards. Prior to the war in Iraq, Ahmed was a professor of Fine Arts. Here he is, doing the work he loves.
The story of an audacious American who invades a country in Latin America and declares himself president.
Yacub Addy knows what it’s like to try and hang on to traditional culture. He is a Ghanaian drum master.
And for this day The Story's tradition- we offer stories from writer Tomie dePaola. His books have won top literary awards for children: the Newbery Medal for outstanding writing and the Caldecott Medal for illustration.
Anna Schuleit is a MacArthur Genius Award winner. Her dramatic, large scale work is often based on things like abandoned buildings, and the remnants of war.
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