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Vurbl People Audio Intro Listen to this compilation of insightful interviews, quotes, commentary, news, and more surrounding some of the most well-known public figures. You can also use Vurbl's snippet tool to clip and share your favorite moments with friends, family, and audio creators.
Episode 7: Joan Didion Today’s episode is about Joan Didion’s life the year after her husband, John, passed away. Join Max and Anuj as they discuss life’s most universal struggle: dealing with the loss of a loved one. Joan was left to answer the questions of guilt, mourning, and self pity after John passed while she took care of her daughter, Quintana, who was in a coma. Listen, as she shares all that she has learned during her “Year of Magical Thinking”.
Ep. 64: Judson True on interviewing Joan Didion after 9/11 When City Arts and Lectures call you to be the backup for your favorite writer, you clear your calendar right away. In this episode, storyteller Judson True recalls that one fortunate phone call in 2001, right after 9/11, when he was called to be the backup interviewer for Scott Shafer. The subject? His favorite writer, Joan Didion. Judson is currently the chief of staff for state assemblyman David Chiu. Before that, he was once the spokesperson for the SFMTA, a job that probably no one envies. You can find him on Twitter at @judsontrue.
The Book Album ft. “The White Album” by Joan Didion – Episode 186 Welcome to &#8220;The Book Album&#8221;. Host Mackenzie goes over the ins and outs of our new name, and touches on a piece from &#8220;The White Album&#8221; by Joan Didion.

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Joan Didion in conversation with Studs Terkel First broadcast on April 07, 1977.
“Run River” by Joan Didion (Repost) – Episode 50 In anticipation of our upcoming review of &#8220;Let Me Tell You What I Mean&#8221; by Joan Didion, we thought we would revisit our last episode on Didion&#8217;s fiction novel, &#8220;Run River.&#8221;

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Books & Beyond: Joan Didion In this episode, librarians Alison and Karen get into the Joan-zone as they discuss this celebrated essayist and style-icon.

Read more on the Auckland Libraries blog: https://aucklandlibrariesblog.blogspot.com/2019/11/books-and-beyond-joan-didion.html

Auckland Libraries' radio show Books and Beyond explores the world of books with guest authors, recommended reads, gems from the Central City Library basement and… beyond.

This episode originally aired on Planet FM 104.6 on 10 November 2019.
“Let Me Tell You What I Mean” by Joan Didion – Episode 178 Our long-anticipated discussion of the newest Joan Didion collection is finally here! Cheers to the most contemporary book review on the show thus far.

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Other People’s Words Episode 8: Excerpt from “The Year of Magical Thinking,” by Joan Didion The Year of Magical Thinking is a memoir from Joan Didion, describing the time after her husband passed away. She gives clear and direct words to the tangle of emotions we experience during a period of mourning.



The last year or so certainly hasn&#8217;t been magical, and for far too many people, it has involved the loss of a loved one with its accompanying mourning.



Lyndsay LeClair reads an excerpt from The Year of Magical Thinking to perhaps help those of us who are mourning.



This episode was scored, edited, and produced by Andy Wicks.
Census Politics, Restaurant Hiring, Joan Didion’s Miami Florida gains an Electoral College vote and a congressional seat following the latest Census count. Plus, restaurants are struggling to hire staff. And Joan Didion's Miami — from a former Miami Herald reporter that toured her around the city.
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