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I spoke with Michelle about reading.
Drury and Dugan discuss the challenges of finding one’s path in the world, blooming in the face of darkness, and influencial people and events. Also mentioning various books that have stuck with them and hopes for the future.
Kit Evers runs OUR (Old Used Rare) Bookshop out of his home - or more accurately, he runs his home out of his bookshop - on Partition Street in Saugerties village. In this interview, he discusses growing up the son...
Living in Atlanta
My granddad tells about how things were different when he was a kid compared to now. He also tells some pretty funny stories. At the end the app said that it stopped working so that’s why the end is the...
Best friends, Mary Margaret Wagner (62) and Carol Watt (66), reminisce about their 40 year friendship that began when they were coworkers at Peter White Public Library in Marquette, MI.
Siblings Brian Felgar (43) and Erin Felgar (38) ask their stepmom, Elaine Zerga (77), about her childhood and life before joining their family. Elaine shares her favorite memory as a child, what it was like growing up with five sisters...
This is basically just me and my mom talking about books and our opinions on them and how they effected our lives.
Kristen Siemientkowski (24) shares her favorite childhood memories of her parents with her partner Keith Pluymers (25)
Huda Albandar (16) shares a conversation with her cousin Hayat Alsadoon (12) about their relationship, lives, interests, passions, and future goals.
In this recording, father and son discuss the plot, themes, and lessons Ken Kesey portrays through his novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
Hear the story of Hilmar de Moraes, from childhood stories to achieving his job. Listen to his viewpoints and his wisdom. Pay close attention to his knowledge on the society and how to self-educate. Escute a história de Hilmar de...
In this recording, sisters discuss the themes of Picoult’s novel, Small Great Things, and its relevance in contemporary society.
This is a conversation with my mom on her life and how books played a role in it.
In this recording, student Caroline Lyman interviews her mother, an occupational therapist, Amy Lyman, and they discuss the Amy’s early love for reading, most influential novels, and the lessons learned from them. Interesting take on the importance of reading today...
Friends Natasha Herring (47) and Milton Washington [no age given] discuss their origins of inspiration as writers. They begin the conversation with how they met as writers and the similarities between their experiences as children who experienced housing instability/being orphans....
River Morgan asks his mom about her life as a journalist and a few other profound questions.
My name is Caren, and I met Aladji in Atlanta, Georgia this November 2022. I quickly realized that he has a very very interesting life that I thought would be perfect for StoryCorps￼. Aladji is from Senegal, and he’s been...
This story tells a short snippet of work in Atlanta, GA to grow a community-centered movement on Atlanta’s westside to seek environmental justice through improved water quality and shared water governance.
Book discussion of 1984 by George Orwell
In this recording, Rebekah Lampman and Peyton Lienhart discuss “Madame Bovary” by Gustave Flaubert, and it’s impact on us as readers.
Recording November 18, 2017 – These two women were instrumental in the process of Washington County opening a library in Hildale. Tamara Barlow had this dream and shared it with her friend Rachel Timpson, both residents of the twin communities...
In this recording students Andrew Doromal and Morgan McLaughlin discuss the Kite Runner, and why it was such a good book.
In this recording, a son and his mother discuss the familial lessons conveyed in Marquéz’s 100 Years’ of Solitude. Examining the parallels and differences between the Buendía and our families to distinguish between Marquéz’s depiction of family for literary purposes...
In this recording, Hinsdale Central student Elisabeth Bieber talks with her father about his reading experience and what books he recommends.