Wedding Dress, Prison Choir, and a Hotdog - Jessi Klein

“I've become somebody I don’t recognize. I've become the worst cliché.”

Photo by Denise Ofelia Mangen

Wedding Dress, Prison Choir, and a Hotdog

A feminist searches for the perfect wedding dress, a playwright visits a prison in Malawi, a man spends a lifetime regretting a single moment, and a new mother struggles with her prosthetic arm.


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15:38
The Dress

by Jessi Klein

Jessi tries to find the perfect wedding dress without getting sucked into the modern bride cliché.

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14:01
Love Song for Malawi

by Al Letson

Al travels to Malawi for a job and finds unexpected human connection in a prison

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04:11
An Extra Hotdog

by Marco Huertas

Marco is haunted by a time he didn’t give his extra hotdog to a hungry kid.

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08:23
Our Normal

by Mary Archbold

A new mother struggles with her prosthetic arm

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Jessi Klein

See photos from Jessi's wedding here: https://www.stylemepretty.com/...

Al Letson

Al Letson Radio Extra 1 1

Sign to the prison in Malawi.

Mary Archbold

Mary Archbold Radio Extra 1

Mary and her family.

Mary’s short film “Jazz Hand”

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  • The Drift - Uncanny Valley
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