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On this episode of Apology, the writer Lucy Sante talks with Jesse Pearson about many things including—but not limited to—Belgian vs. French surrealists, learning from the Jesuits, trans literature, Edmund Wilson, Elizabeth Hardwick, working at The S... more
On this episode of Apology, the artist and skateboarder Ed Templeton talks with Jesse Pearson about a lot of things including but not limited to: all the books he's got on his nightstand right now, patriotism, atheism, the Ghent Altarpiece, his famil... more
On this episode the photographer Daniel Arnold speaks with Apology's Jesse Pearson about the ethics of street photography, his intimate connection to New York City, and dodging a felony charge.
I’ve been introduced to so many artists I would not have otherwise discovered via this podcast, and the guests I did have knowledge of, I had never heard them interviewed before, or at least interviewed with so much depth, interest, honesty and frankness. My favorite interview podcast.
I really liked the Apology podcast episode with New Yorker writer Naomi Fry, who loves to read, in which she walks you through her fave books, current reads (a dusty copy of Money by Martin Amis that she picked up at a thriftstore) and background in literature. More of this, I say!
For anyone who enjoys reading, music, film, friendship, holy relics, human emotions - this is the right podcast.
I had the thought the other day that I would like to send Jesse Pearson a thank you card specifically for this podcast, so since I don’t have his address, I figured I’d write a review. I’ve listened to every single one of these episodes, many multiple times, and they continue to get better and more in-depth with each guests as they talk about the books they love. Jesse doesn’t have an interview style necessarily since he meets each guest on their own terms and let’s then steer topics to what the... more
This is an enjoyable, mellow podcast for book lovers. It’s nice that Pearson includes song writers here, although two of my favorite (Callahan and Oldham) seem to have never read a book by a woman, and that made these particular podcasts come off as kind of Bro. I was dreading the Ian McKaye interview for that reason, but that sweetheart focused on women writers and made my day.
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Apology launched 3 years ago and published 29 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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