Paul Fisher calls in to talk about his study of the other James family (i.e. not Frank and Jesse). It’s called House of Wits: An Intimate Portrait of the James Family, and it examines issues of mental illness, alcoholism, and sexuality in the lives of a family whose more famous members include Henry, William, and Alice James.
In the second half, Poet John Caddy is in the studio to talk about his newest collection of poetry, With Mouths Open Wide.
Hull, Dakota Dave : New Shirt Nunnery, Hope : All My People Val, Joe : Poor Ellen Smith Van Ronk, Dave : Head Inspector Ohrlin, Glenn : Reincarnation Ohrlin, Glenn : Desert Sands Ohrlin, Glenn : International Glenn Ohrlin, Glenn : The High Toned Dance Ohrlin, Glenn : Shorty’s Saloon Ohrlin, Glenn : Cowboy Again for a Day