Episode 8: Arguable Direction

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Image by Eric Wen.

The n+1 podcast returns with a new monthly show of stories, debates, live readings, performances, interviews, and more. This month’s episode features articles from Issue 16: Double Bind, including conversations about cultural sociology with editors Marco Roth and Nikil Saval, Newtown with Rachel Basch, and drumming with Oneida’s John Colpitts.

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Audio engineer: Malcolm Donaldson.
Music by Oneida, Delicate Steve, and J Dilla.
Original Music by The Westerlies featuring Andrew Mulherkar, Luke Sellick, Sammy Miller.

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