362: Got You Pegged

362: Got You Pegged

Aug 22, 2008
Shalom Auslander goes on vacation with his family, and suspects the beloved, chatty old man in the room next door is an imposter—and sets out to prove it. This and other stories about the pitfalls of making snap judgments about others.
The adoption agency used by the birth mother in this week's show is called Open Adoption & Family Services. It's a non-profit with offices in Oregon and Washington, but their services are available nationwide. To learn more about them, go to: www.openadopt.org.
  • While riding in a patrol car to research a novel, crime writer Richard Price witnessed a misunderstanding that for many people is pretty much accepted as an upsetting fact of life. Richard Price told this story—which he describes as a tale taken from real life and dramatized—onstage at the Moth in New York. Price's most recent novel is Lush Life, which he's adapting for film. (13 minutes) Live PerformancePoliceRaceWriting

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