My Julia Child

Nancy reads "My Julia Child," a piece she wrote that was originally posted on Huffington Post.

The Shoemaker

This is our first installment of Neighborhood Stories.
A conversation with James the Shoemaker.

William Styron

This is a previously recorded interview with William Styron. He was an American novelist who wrote works including Lie Down in Darkness, Sophie's Choice, The Confessions of Nat Turner, and Darkness Visible. Nancy explores, with him, his life and works, his early years suffering depression, and he reads from his own book, A Tidewater Morning: Three Tales from Youth.

Recorded by David Budries, edited by Jana Hoglund.

Marion Woodman

Excerpts of an exchange between Marion Woodman and Nancy Howard Cobb in 2008. Marion Woodman is a Jungian analyst, author, and lecturer who has written extensively on feminine psychology. Her works includeThe Owl Was a Baker's Daughter: Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa, and the Repressed Feminine, Addiction to Perfection: The Still Unravished Bride, and The Ravaged Bridegroom: Masculinity in Women. She discusses her career as a psychologist and her extraordinary experience battling and defeating uterine cancer.


This is our second installment of Neighborhood Stories.
A meal, a drink, and a conversation at O'Casey's pub near New York's Public Library.