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2.1.13 Signal: Zippy Larson, China Martens, Marianne Amoss, and Ink Press Productions
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Tour guide Zippy Larsen has built her reputation on taking visitors off the beaten path. We’ll talk with her about her shoe-leather research methods and what she’s learned about the real character of Charm City.
We look at the intersection of political action and parenthood with China Martens
On the eve of her 30th birthday, Marianne Amoss takes stock of her life and ponders the meaning of the impending milestone.
The co-founders of Ink Press Productions join us with their new book of darkly humorous verse, “Sorry I Wrote So Many Sad Poems Today”