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Wading Through the ‘Very Sincere and Messy Business of Being Human’ with Ron Currie

My guest is Maine author Ron Currie, Jr., who’s work covers environmental issues, politics, and some fun, fantastical fictional prose.


Surviving comparisons to Kurt Vonnegut, he has received the New York Public Library’s Young Lions Award, the Addison M. Metcalf Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the Alex Award from the American Library Association, while his short fiction and nonfiction writings have received recognition in the Best American Sportswriting and Best American Essays anthologies. In addition, he’s a screen writer, working on series from Apple TV, AMC Studios, and ITV America, among others.     


To learn more about Ron, and to purchase some of his work, please visit his homepage:


The podcast includes the Jimmy Buffett songs The Last Line and The Wino and I Know…


The interview can be found on the podcast tab or by clicking here:


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