On this week’s show, I talk to Cheryl Strayed,
Plus I share the piece that first made me read Cheryl Strayed’s work, Deborah Weaver’s essay about Wild.
Pages from Cheryl Strayed’s PCT journal.
On June 22, The Drunken Odyssey will be here:
Recent reports about the National Security Agency’s PRISM data collection program have apparently lead to a spike in sales of George Orwell’s 1984 (although PRISM is really only a minor example of the erosion not only of our privacy, but our reality, according to the philosopher Peter Ludlow).