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Conversations

Conversations is sometimes serious and sometimes humorous, but always informative. Host Dan Skinner shares interviews with writers about recent works of fiction and non-fiction, featuring internationally known best-selling authors as well as new voices in literature. Conversations also shares updates on the area art scene through discussions about upcoming performances and exhibits. 

Conversations: Shannon Reilly, Topeka Civic Theatre Summer Camps

Topeka Civic Theatre offers summer theatre camps and classes for children at different times throughout the year. On this edition of Conversations, Shannon Reilly, the Artistic Director of the theatre, joins us to talk about the programs available for children and describes how the experience can help children develop new skills and confidence. More information about the summer camps are available on the Topeka Civic Theatre website.


Conversations: Dr. Bethany Ehlmann, "Dr. E's Super Stellar Solar System"

Bethany Ehlmann is a planetary geologist who studies the earth and other planets in the solar system. She is a participating scientist on the NASA Mars Rover Curiosity mission, a research scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and an assistant professor of planetary science at CalTech. On this edition of Conversations she joins us to talk about her National Geographic Kid's book, Dr.

Conversations: Andrew Lewis, "When The Rain Stops Falling"

Andrew Lewis is the Associate Dean of Performance at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. He‘s in Lawrence to direct the KU University Theatre production of When the Rain Stops Falling. On this edition of Conversations, he joins us to talk the time traveling drama about family, which also raises questions about climate change and sustainability. It opens March 2 in the Crafton-Preyer Theatre.


 

Conversations: Benjamin Vogt, "A New Garden Ethic"

Benjamin Vogt speaks nationally on sustainable design and wildlife landscapes, in addition to operating a prairie garden design firm. He also writes a native plant gardening column.On this edition of Conversations, he joins us to talk about A New Garden Ethic: Cultivating Defiant Compassion for an Uncertain Future.


 

Conversations: Helen Thorpe, "The Newcomers"

In her latest book, journalist Helen Thorpe tells the story of refugee teenagers at a Denver public high school. On this edition of Conversations, she joins us to talk about The Newcomers: Finding Refuge, Friendship, and Hope in an American Classroom. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the New Yorker, and Slate. Her radio stories have aired on This American Life and Soundprint.


 

Conversations: Dr. Daphne de Marneffe, "The Rough Patch"

Dr. Daphne de Marneffe is a psychologist who teaches and lectures widely on marriage, couple therapy, adult development and parenthood. In her clinical practice, she offers psychotherapy to couples and individuals. On this edition of Conversations, she joins us to talk about her latest book, The Rough Patch – Marriage and the Art of Living Together.


 

Conversations: Karen Crouse, "Norwich, One Tiny Vermont Town's Secret to Happiness and Excellence"

Why has a small town in Vermont had such big success in sending athletes to the Winter Olympics? Karen Crouse is an award-wining sportswriter for the New York Times. On this edition of Conversations, she joins us to talk about Norwich: One Tiny Vermont Town's Secret to Happiness and Excellence.


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