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Apr 19, 2015 at 8:30 pm

Bloody Marys with Scott Carrier

with Scott Carrier and Jonathan Goldstein

Peabody Award-winning journalist Scott Carrier has been all over.  His work, both written and spoken, has taken him around the globe and back, each time with a new story of the road.  Recently, he has taken a step into new territory, the world of podcasts.  With Home of the Brave, Scott provides a weekly story “from the archives, the road, and the end of the world.”  Join UnionDocs for a discussion, and a Bloody Mary, with Scott.

unnamed-8 Scott Carrier is a writer, photographer, and radio producer. He was born, raised and still lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. His print articles and photos have appeared in Harper’s, Esquire, GQ, Rolling Stone and Mother Jones. His radio stories have been broadcast by NPR All Things Considered, NPR Day to Day, APM The Story, Savvy Traveler, Hearing Voices from NPR, and PRI This American Life.

jonathan-goldsteinJonathan Goldstein is a frequent contributor to This American Life. He is author of ‘Lenny Bruce is Dead’ and ‘Ladies and Gentlemen, The Bible!’. His latest book, ‘I’ll Seize the Day Tomorrow’, is available for purchase online. He hosts and produces PRI’s Wiretap, now in its 11th season.


Apr 19, 2015
8:30 pm

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Winter 2021 CoLAB – Feral Domestic

In search of artists, filmmakers, writers, poets, audio-makers, sculptors, painters + more! Apply today to join a momentous 10 week Collaborative Studio facilitated by Dani & Sheilah ReStack! We will take inspiration from their concept of ”FERAL DOMESTICITY.”

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Pod-Pod – A new UNDO Audio Residency

Six active podcasters are invited to enter a protective bubble in our artists residency in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to create a safe and supportive community for deep listening, intentional living and creative podcasting from April through June.

You’re Invited to celebrate the research, writing and filmmaking initiated during THE UNDO FELLOWSHIP.  Four ambitious research topics will be explored though a set of online screenings, study groups, and public dialogues.