Sharon Eberhardt – The Mark of the Minotaur

Can a language be cursed?

1900. The island of Crete. Archaeologists unearth tablets with mysterious writing. It may hold the secrets of the legendary Labyrinth, the Minotaur, and Ariadne, who helped the hero Thesus kill the beast.

A working-class woman in New York and a rich male architect in London made history solving the mystery. But versions of that history differ. And they both faced tragedy.

Irma Herrera – Why Would I Mispronounce My Own Name?

What’s in a name? A minefield of misplaced notions – comical, sad, demeaning. Irma’s observations from the front-lines, notes from American history, and laugh out-loud humor allow us to consider what it will take for all of us to get along.

Kathryn Keats – The Hummingbird

Performance Artist, singer and songwriter Kathryn Keats put her professional life on the backburner for 20 years, changing her name and going into hiding from her former partner who threatened to kill her.

Tina D’Elia – Overlooked Latinas

While waiting in line to receive his 2nd vaccination shot – Don Reed reminisces on a treasure trove of stories all related to GOING OUT and our collective excitement and apprehension to begin again.

Banana Crabtree Simon – CJ de Mooi

Dan Hoyle’s show chronicles America’s first year of the pandemic through seven stories. Urged to  “talk to your people,” Dan practiced his journalism of hanging out, turning his ethnographic lens back on liberal white folks