Ross Simonini

Producer, 'The Organist'

Producer

Interviews Editor for Believer magazine

Ross Simonini on KCRW

The life of a poet is rich with meaning and beauty. But the financial life of a poet is decidedly less rich.

Should we consider a universal basic income for poets?

The life of a poet is rich with meaning and beauty. But the financial life of a poet is decidedly less rich.

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Where do speech balloons come from? How does time move from panel to panel?

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Where do speech balloons come from? How does time move from panel to panel?

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What sounds don’t we hear when we listen? What sounds are discarded in digital processing, whether it’s through hearing aids or mp3s?

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