Susan Orlean

journalist and author

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Author and staff writer for the New Yorker

Susan Orlean on KCRW

Jonathan Bastian talks with Susan Orlean about our love and relationship with animals.

Why humans love, use, and abuse animals

Jonathan Bastian talks with Susan Orlean about our love and relationship with animals.

from Life Examined

A little obsession with animals is something author Susan Orlean says she’s always had.

A lifelong love affair with animals: How it all started for author Susan Orlean

A little obsession with animals is something author Susan Orlean says she’s always had.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Rabbits in Europe, Asia, and Australia have succumbed to rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD). Millions have died. Now RHD is spreading in the U.S.

What a rabbit plague can teach humans about coronavirus

Rabbits in Europe, Asia, and Australia have succumbed to rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHD). Millions have died. Now RHD is spreading in the U.S.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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