Filed under: Moby-Monday, storytelling | Tags: Kurt Andersen, Moby-Dick, New Bedford Whaling Museum, reading marathon, Studio 360
Psyching yourself up for this Saturday’s Moby-Dick marathon at the New Bedford (MA) Whaling Museum? What better way than with an hour of awesome public radio about the book’s profound cultural impact?
Recently rebroadcast, this award-winning episode of Kurt Andersen’s Studio 360 (downloadable or streamable here) features composer Laurie Anderson, painter and sculptor Frank Stella, playwright Tony Kushner, and others talking about their own fascination with the book—and about their sprawling artistic responses to it.
Margaret Guroff is the editor and publisher of Power Moby-Dick.
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