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“The Dumbest Time in Human History”? Chronicling Culture with Matthew Gasda & Tara Isabella Burton

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Join playwright Matthew Gasda (Dimes Square, Zoomers) and novelist Tara Isabella Burton (Here in Avalon) for a conversation about chronicling the post-pandemic era, the "vibe shift" of 2020-22, and capturing… Continue reading “The Dumbest Time in Human History”? Chronicling Culture with Matthew Gasda & Tara Isabella Burton

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