35: Fall Clearance Sale
Haiku at the Scrimmage Line
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Act Three: Fraught Couture
A government agent steals a suit that’s supposed to make her invisible.
Act Four: Resurrection
Writer Brady Udall with another story about what animals can take the place of, in our lives and in our homes—this one involving an armadillo.
Act One: Lopsided Tannenbaum
A fictional story written and read by Maile Meloy about a family that encounters two peculiar strangers in the snow on Christmas Day.
More by Scott Carrier
Act Four: The Test
Radio producer Scott Carrier quit his job at a low moment in his life.
Act Two: Am Not. Are Too. Am Not. Are Too.
What lessons are civilians taking from the War? One journalist has said that Americans seem condemned "to relive the prewar debates over and over because they were never thrashed out in the sunlight." In Salt Lake City on May 4, the prewar arguments—and some other arguments as well—were re-argued, on stage, by Salt Lake's liberal mayor Rocky Anderson and conservative radio and TV host Sean Hannity.
Act Three: Invisible Girl
Scott Carrier and his family live in the same Salt Lake City neighborhood as Elizabeth Smart, the fourteen-year-old whose kidnapping made international news in 2002.