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A book bound in the skin of its author causes eye-rolls for its modern-day caretakers.
With your eyes closed in a dark room, a voice guides you through the process of dying from AIDS.
Two radio producers and a conservationist explore grief, loss, and caribou habitat on a snowy walk in the woods.
Jeff listens to the spaces inbetween words to see if the answers to his problems are buried there.
Bethany Denton wonders if her unborn children still watch her from the premortal existence.
Jeff explains why numbers are like telescopes.
HBM host Jeff Emtman attempts to capture the essence of NYC. Re-aired from the Bang and Bang and Olufsen podcast Sound Matters.
Sleeping in the forest as homage to Angeline Tubbs, aka. “The Witch of Saratoga.”
In theology school, Carlo Nakar asked, “Lord, what is the hardest thing you could possibly ask me to do?” He got a verbal answer.