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All New. All Different. All of the Above: The greatest addition to your life routine. For six years, All of the Above radio was the greatest music and storytelling podcast under the radar. If you did get to hear it, you were privy to the best indie music and enjoyed the best in entertaining interviews, opinions and perspective. Now comes All New, All Different, All of the Above. More stories, more passion, more entertainment with no music to slow the momentum. Laughter, learning, and introsp ...
 
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The Big Door Prize , the new novel by M.O. Walsh, poses this question to its readers: What would you do if you knew your life’s potential? Characters in the small town of Deerfield, Louisiana, are faced with this question when a mysterious machine appears in the local grocery store, reading and analyzing DNA, and inevitably challenging residents to…
 
Daniel Hornsby novel, Via Negativa , takes readers on a journey across the midwest with Fr. Dan, the narrator of the book. Along the way, Fr. Dan picks up a wounded coyote and tries to nurse it back to health in the back of his Toyota Camry. The premise sounds simple enough, but weaves into the story medieval texts, current scandals, and perhaps mo…
 
My conversation today is with Hank Green. Many fans recognize Hank as one of the Vlogbrothers and the continuing conversation he has with his brother John Green. You might recognize him as the author of An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and former guest right here on Marginalia. Hank recently published a sequel, A Beautifully Foolish Endeavor . We avo…
 
The recent death of George Floyd and the protests that followed have sparked lots of thoughts and feelings across the country. Personally, it sparked a memory of Colin Kaepernick and his protests of police brutality. Listen in as we dive into the All of the Above radio archives to give you thoughts from August of 2016 and how they tie in to the wor…
 
I recently had a conversation with Rufi Thorpe about her book, The Knockout Queen . At its most basic level, it’s a book about friendship. But that’s just one of the many themes we could have explored. It's also about sexuality. It’s about fitting in. It’s about how we don’t always do the right thing. And then there’s Thorpe’s writing. Somehow it’s…
 
Having more time at home has caused me to get back on Facebook. And while I was there, I found a music survey that was kinda fun. So instead of just listing it on FB, I decided to turn it into an interactive show. Here's the survey:Please do copy the text below and answer the questions for yourself. If you wanna discuss, email me at alloftheabovera…
 
Luke Geddes has written a novel set in Wichita. Since KMUW is based in Wichita, that’s an oddity worth pointing out. The novel, Heart of Junk , is about a group of antique mall booth owners and the world of collectibles—a world Geddes discovered when he spent a couple years in Wichita earning an MFA from Wichita State University. Heart of Junk is f…
 
After a long break, I am back with new content. The loss of Bill Withers gives me some very strong memories and thoughts. Sit back and reminisce with me. Song credits: Lovely Day (1977) is written by Bill Withers and Skip Scarborough Can we pretend (1974) is written by Bill Withers and Denise Nicholas…
 
Author Ruta Sepetys is often referred to as the seeker of lost stories. She has written four works of historical fiction published in over sixty countries and forty languages. Her latest, The Fountains of Silence , is set in 1957 Madrid and explores Spain living under the dictatorship of General Francisco Franco. Sepetys is considered a “crossover”…
 
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