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Nine Transom Story Workshop students have spent nine weeks learning the craft of telling stories with sound. Join us for a public listening event on Thursday, November 21st at 7:00 at The Community Hall (68 Water Street) in Woods Hole to celebrate their work and ask them questions.

Poetry Sunday: Bill Cannon

Nov 17, 2019

Bill Cannon reads his poem, "Frozen Seconds."

Poetry Sunday: Eric Nelson

Oct 20, 2019

Eric Nelson reads his poem, "Crime Scene."  

Poetry Sunday: Monica Flegg

Sep 22, 2019

Monica reads her poem. "Wonder."

Poetry Sunday: Bette Low

Sep 8, 2019

Bette Low reads her poem, "Poem Parts."  

Poetry Sunday: Linda Steele

Aug 18, 2019

Linda Steele reads her poem, "The Rain."  

Wilderness Sarchild reads her poem, "It Was Like This: You Were Young."

Former special counsel Robert Mueller is appearing in two separate hearings before the House judiciary and intelligence committees. Though Mueller has said his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election is his testimony, lawmakers have insisted that he testify in person. Watch the proceedings live here.

Poetry Sunday: Jack DeWitt

Jul 21, 2019

Jack DeWitt reads his poem, "Edgartown."

Poetry Sunday: Rich Youmans

Jul 14, 2019

Rich Youmans reads his poem, Doane Rock.  

Poetry Sunday: Alice Kociemba

Jul 7, 2019

Alice Kociemba reads her poem, "Death of Teaticket Hardware." 

The Forgetting: Episode 13

In the finale of “The Forgetting Podcast: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer’s” Season 1, we learn that there will be a season 2, slated for release in the fall. We also hear from co-hosts Greg O’Brien and David Shenk about the response they’ve received since the podcast was released. Greg talks about his hero, Larry David, who sent Greg a gift. An 85-year-old woman asks Greg a question about his Jeep and probably regrets it. David talks about the recent loss of his own mother to dementia. And Greg has an adventure in an Uber.

This episode was recorded June 7, 2019.

Where’s the Government?

Jun 14, 2019

The Forgetting podcast: Episode 12

Special guest George Vrandenburg talks about his work pushing the federal government to spend more on research. George tells talks about the loss of his wife Trish to Alzheimer’s and how the disease impacted their family. Greg recalls an event in Los Angeles that reinvigorated him in the fight against the disease. Other topics: people need to talk about Alzheimer’s and dementia in order to demystify the disease; people need to look out for caregivers, who could find their own health compromised as they care for loved ones.

George Vrandenburg is chairman and co-founder of the organization UsAgainstAlzheimer's. Find out more about the organization here.

This episode was recorded October 11, 2017.

Moments in Gay History

Jun 13, 2019

As part of our collaboration with 20 Summers we bring you authors Rebecca Makkai and Christopher Castellani in recorded conversation about their latest novels, both capturing pivotal moments in gay history. Makkai’s novel The Great Believers is set during the 1980’s AIDS epidemic.

Traumatic events can physically change the brain. For people who suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, those changes are significant. But therapies that focus on the mind-body connection can help survivors reverse some of those changes. From Barnstable, Massachusetts, Lee Romney brings us the story of one woman who is working at that, every day. A warning: this piece deals with the aftermath of childhood sexual trauma. 

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