Sewing, Singing, Suits and Cemeteries

George Dawes Green, the founder of The Moth, talks about running away from home and finding refuge in a cemetery. Fashion guru Tim Gunn talks about his family, their propensity to over pack and and his own packing faux pas. A young Baptist, Warren Holleman accompanies a friend to what turns out to be a gay bar and is deeply moved by the patron's singing. And Natalie Chanin (pictured), who left Alabama as a young girl, travels the world and then returns home to start a business that involves the people in her small home town. Hosted by The Moth's Artistic Director, Catherine Burns.

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