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SEASON 1 (Fall 2015)

Ep. 1: Jake Nevins

On the premier of The Write Stuff—a show about readers and writers for readers and writers—host Rachel A.G. Gilman interviews Jake Nevins. You can follow Jake on Twitter.
Ep. 1: Jake Nevins - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 2: stephen Policoff

This week, Rachel A.G. Gilman speaks with Stephen Policoff, NYU Global Liberal Studies professor, and he reads from his 2014 novel, "Come Away."
Ep. 2: Stephen Policoff - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 3: Anneliese lee-reid

Rachel A.G. Gilman speaks with Anneliese Lee-Reid, executive producer of WNYU's "Underground" and NYU Tisch student, about writing and screenwriting, and she reads her story, "A Little Higher." You can follow Anneliese on Twitter.
Ep. 3: Anneliese Lee-Reid - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 4: E.R. Pulgar

Rachel A.G. Gilman sits down with E.R. Pulgar this week and he shares some of his insights into the world of poetry before giving a reading of four of his poems: "A-TRAIN DEVIL’S TRILL SONATA," "Common Stone," "MORNING EMPIRE," and "ST. JUDE." You can follow him on Twitter.
Ep. 4: E.R. Pulgar - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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This week, Rachel sits down with fellow NYU student, Sheila Orfano, who reads her story "On A Sunday Morning." You can follow her on Twitter.

Ep. 5: DEBORAH LANDAU

Rachel A.G. Gilman sits down with Deborah Landau, director of the creative writing program at NYU, and she reads poetry from her book, "The Uses of the Body." You can visit her website for more information, or follow her on Twitter.
Ep. 5: Deborah Landau - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 6: Sheila Orfano

Ep. 6: Sheila Orfano - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 7: Anthony Tognazzini

Rachel is joined by Anthony Tognazzini, one of her past NYU Gallatin professors. He reads his story, "Neighbors." You can follow Anthony on Twitter.
Ep. 7: Anthony Tognazzini - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 8: Marissa Elliot Little

Rachel is joined by Marissa Elliot Little, her former editor at Washington Square News, for a chat and a reading from an exercise Elliot completed for her creative non-fiction class (but the work is entirely fictional!). You can follow Elliot on Twitter.
Ep. 8: Marissa Elliot Little - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 9: Tamuira ReiD

This week, Rachel is joined by Tamuira Reid, a professor in NYU's Liberal Studies department as well as a screenwriter and essayist, who reads "The Short Bus," a piece from her upcoming project.
Ep. 9: Tamuira Reid - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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Ep. 10: Suddenly, a Knock at the door

On the season finale, Rachel interviews the creative team behind the upcoming play, "Suddenly, A Knock At The Door," and they give us a live reading of the opening scene of the play. Find out more about the play on its Facebook page.
Ep. 10: Suddenly, A Knock At The Door - Rachel A.G. Gilman
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