Bridge Burnquist

Bridge Burnquist

Independent Producer

Bridget Burnquist is a writer and radio producer living in Antarctica. She wrote and co-produced Bridget Finds Loss and The Holy Spirit Fixes David's Brain.


Bridge Burnquist on KCRW

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David Blackshire Key had brain cancer and one of his side-effects was a strange sensitivity to light called "photophobia".

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David Blackshire Key had brain cancer and one of his side-effects was a strange sensitivity to light called "photophobia".

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