Episode 1: Pervasive Sounds, Shocking Images

In the very first installment of the n+1 podcast, co-hosts Liz Hynes and Daniel Smith talk with  editor Mark Greif about Issue Eleven: Dual Power and the current state of the magazine; Liz talks to associate editor Nikil Saval about popular music, the iPod, and the philosophical debate between Pierre Bourdieu and Theodor Adorno; and Dan talks with contributor Gemma Sieff about the strange congruence between the fashion photographer Terry Richardson and Abu Ghraib.

Production by Hethre Contant and WNSR New School Radio.

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