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8.12.14: The Fight For Our Seafood & How To Write Short

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Despite having 94,000 miles of coastline and millions of acres of rivers, America imports 91% of its seafood. Today we explore the case for reviving the nation’s local fisheries. And, we’ll stay local with filmmaker Jay Craven, whose film Northern Borders is now on tour in New Hampshire. He tells us about the economics of regional filmmaking. Plus, word craft for fast times: a writing teacher celebrates the beauty and efficacy of writing short. 

Listen to the full show and Read more for individual segments.

The Fight For Our Local Seafood

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The Fight For Our Local Seafood

Northern Borders 

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Northern Borders

How To Write Short

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How To Write Short

Remembering Robin Williams

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Remembering Robin Williams

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