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From the Blog

Episode 31: KT Peterson

Indianapolis playwright KT Peterson came by to talk about how empathy, performance, curiosity, and writing come together in her work.

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Episode 30: Too Black

Indianapolis spoken word artist Too Black stopped by the Jam to talk about how he developed his writing voice and how he was raised to challenge all the assumptions people have.

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Episode 29: Jen Blackmer

PEN Literary award-winning playwright Jen Blackmer came by the podcast to discuss the importance of the personal perspective in art, particularly in the time of a Trump presidency.

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Episode 28: Ellen Munds

Continuing with the pursuit of writing in all of its forms, Storytelling Arts of Indiana director Ellen Munds discussed how stories and live performances shaped her life.

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Episode 27: Trisha Borowicz

In this episode, we went full nerdy-artist-filmmaker smart with Trisha Borowicz, a scientist and documentary filmmaker who raised $20,000 to create her film Science, Sex, and the Ladies: The True Story of the Female Orgasm in 2011.

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Episode 26: Matt Mullins

In this episode, Brad and Matt Mullins -- two middle-aged white guys -- discuss how the election of Donald Trump changed the way they approached writing and storytelling.

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Circle City New Play Fest

Circle City New Play Fest brings national and local playwrights to Indy for the development of new work. With four staged readings over one weekend, Circle City New Play Fest invites audiences to be part of the process of taking these plays to the next level.

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For the March edition of Scripted, we will hear Only You... and You... and You by Lou Harry. This play examines the grey areas between love and sex, what it means to be satisfied or in love and what kind of people we can find that with.

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Review: Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race

What has stayed with me in the days since I finished this book is this: Hidden Figures is another reminder that we are better at solving problems when we have more seats at the table.

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