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Act one: A visit with New York writer Evan Harris, co-creater of &quotQuitters; Quarterly" and author of &quotThe; Quit," who at some point decided that quitting is the engine that makes the world goes round, and developed an entire philosophy of quitting. Act two: Los Angeles writer/performer/composer Sandra Tsing Loh on a bunch of dogs quitting their dull suburban lives. Act three: Excerpts from an odd audio verite CD called &quotShut; Up Little Man" - recordings of two men who somehow can't quit each other. Act four: Poem about quitting by Chicago writer/&quotPoetry; Slam" champion Lisa Buscani. Act five: Poem about quitting by Chicago poet Dwight Okita.



Ira Glass