AUGUST 23, 2014
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This week, we step back in time to September 1997, when Sedge welcomed:
EDMUND WHITE, novelist and memoirist on literary and social topics with his semi-autobiographical novel The Farewell Symphony.
HARLAN ELLISON, the revered and prolific author of speculative fiction, here with his collection of short stories Slippage.
THE NAKED BARBIES the hard-to-categorize roots-rock band from Berkeley bring us sounds to swing to.
WHISTLEAIRES bring us their innovative bodily sounds.
ROBIN WILLIAMS the late comedian and actor who called into the show in 1994 to give us a brief report on the short story he prompted Harlan Ellison to write in The Booksmith's store window.
AUGUST 16, 2014
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JUDY CHICAGO, artist, author, feminist, educator, and intellectual whose influential career now spans four decades, with Frida Kahlo: Face to Face (1979 piece Dinner Party shown above).
ARMISTEAD MAUPIN, with Mary Ann in Autumn, the eighth in the bestselling Tales of the City series.
COLEMAN BARKS, author of numerous Rumi translations and a student of Sufism since 1977, with his newest Rumi the Big Red Book: The Great Masterpiece Celebrating Mystical Love and Friendship
ELIZABETH ROSNER conveys the engrossing story of an artist and a model who must both overcome the past in order to create a future in her new book Blue Nude
SARK, artist and author, with her brand-new book that glows with color and positivity Glad No Matter What
CHARLIE HUNTER TRIO with a career spanning 16 years and almost 20 albums, Hunter is widely considered the authority on the seven- and eight-string guitar. He will dazzle you with his melodic leads and swinging rhythms.