In this week’s episode, I talk with Vanessa Blakeslee about Margaret Atwood’s In Other Worlds: SF and the Human Imagination.
On this week’s show, I talk to writer, teacher, and advocate Pauline Hawkins,
plus Caitlin McDonnell writes about discovering her urge to teach, from a night spent in jail, in “The Capacity of Language to Make Us Less Alone.”
Harper Lee has contested any participation or approval in Marja Mills’s new biography of her, according to The Guardian.
To learn more about Pauline Hawkins’ radical way of teaching George Orwell’s Animal Farm, read her blog here.
You can read Pauline’s resignation letter here.
This episode proudly features the music of The Intoxicators.