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Sex. Death. Art. Monkey brain transplants. You’ll hear about all that and more in my interview with Kate Sweeney, Public Radio journalist and author of the book “American Afterlife: Encounters in the Customs of Mourning.” From the crooked tombstones of an almost forgotten Victorian cemetery, to a ghostly white bicycle leaned against a telephone pole, Kate and I explore the eclectic nooks and crannies of the uniquely American way of expressing grief, and we find parallels with it and society’s hard fought and growing acceptance of LGBT PDA. The only place you’ll hear the word “brobdingnagian” used in polite company, please join me in my interview with author Kate Sweeney!

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