Tue, 28 November 2017
We speak with Jim Walsh about Bar Yarns and Manic-Depressive Mixtapes, which details 30 years of pop, funk, and rock and roll, up close and personal. We also talk with him about Gold Experience: Following Prince in the 90s. Both books are currently available from the University of Minnesota Press. Jim Walsh was a reporter for many years with the Pioneer Press.
We then speak with Kim Schultz about Three Days in Damascus: A Memoir. For the past 7 years, she has been promoting the art of displaced Iraqi artists – and she turned their stories and her own into a critically acclaimed play – No Place Called Home: This Isn't Supposed to be a Love Story.