Carla Green

Carla Green

Managing Producer, 'UnFictional'

Producer

Carla Green is a reporter, fact checker and the managing producer of UnFictional. She has reported news and longform stories on a wide variety of topics, but primarily covers the housing and homelessness crisis in Los Angeles. You can find more of her work at her website.

Carla Green on KCRW

John Fahey’s guitar playing influenced the sound of the American underground for generations. But how does that legacy change when you hear from three of the women who knew him best?

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John Fahey’s guitar playing influenced the sound of the American underground for generations. But how does that legacy change when you hear from three of the women who knew him best?

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It never occurred to Janey that he would put something in her drink. Never in a million years.

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Take a three-day bus trip across the country with a juggalo, and you’ll learn some things.

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