Episode 7.9

Features a conversation with The Pygmalion Literary Festival coordinator Caleb Curtiss about Pygmalion’s decade long evolution from a music event to a weekend encompassing an open air vintage and craft marketplace as well as the addition of a literary component. We also speak to novelist Josh Isard whose debut novel Conquistador of The Useless (Cinco Puntos Press, 2013) was directly impacted by the birth of the alternative nation.

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