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?

The New World

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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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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