Brian James Polak usually talks to playwrights for this podcast, but as the pandemic lockdown stretches on, he’s doing things a bit differently, as you can see in previous episodes.
For this episode, award-winning playwright E.M. Lewis offers the results of spending a month recording daily audio diary entries about her life on a farm in rural Oregon. As the news grows more grim by the day, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to remain present, but Ellen reveals the solace, understanding, and light she has been able to find during a time of crisis.
The episode can be downloaded here.
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