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Notebook on Cities and Culture: Episodes

<p><span>Above Seoul's Itaewon district, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.openbooks.co.kr/html/main/index.html">Open Books</a><span>&nbsp;acquiring editor Gregory Limpens. They discuss what kind of foreign literature Koreans like to read, and their loyalty to authors they've already enjoyed; ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Itaewon District, Colin talks with Stephen Revere, CEO of 10 Media (producer of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://chipsmaps.com">Chip's Maps</a><span>),&nbsp;co-founder and managing editor&nbsp;of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.10mag.com"><em>10</em>&nbsp;Magazine</a><span>, author of ...
<p>In Seoul's Insadong district, Colin talks with Michael Breen, author of&nbsp;<em>The Koreans: Who They Are, What They Want, Where Their Future Lies&nbsp;</em>as well as other books on Kim Jong-il and Sun Myung Moon as well as&nbsp;founder and CEO of&nbsp;<a href="http://insightcomms.com/main.htm">Insight ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Arirang building, Colin talks with Adrien Lee, host of Arirang TV's&nbsp;</span><em>Showbiz Korea</em><span>&nbsp;and Arirang radio's&nbsp;</span><em>Catch the Wave</em><span>.&nbsp;They discuss how he first reacted to the sight of all the branches of Paris Baguette, Tout les Jours, ...
<p><span>On a rainy day in Seoul's Garosu-gil, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://cinephileforeignerinkorea.blogspot.com">Marc Raymond</a><span>, film scholar, teacher at Kangwoon University, and author of&nbsp;</span><em>Hollywood's New Yorker:&nbsp;<span>The Making of Martin Scorsese.</span></em><span>&nbsp;</span><span>They ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Gangnam district, Colin speaks with Mipa Lee, proprietor of Itaewon's vegan cafe and bake shop and caf&eacute;&nbsp;</span><a href="https://www.facebook.com/STUDIOPLANT">PLANT</a><span>&nbsp;and author of the blog&nbsp;</span><a href="http://aliensdayout.com">Alien's Day Out</a><span>. ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Hongdae district, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.markjamesrussell.com">Mark Russell</a><span>, author of the books&nbsp;</span><em>Pop Goes Korea</em><span>,&nbsp;</span><em>K-Pop Now!</em><span>, and the coming&nbsp;novel&nbsp;</span><em>Young-hee and the Pullocho</em><span>. ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Gangnam district, Colin talks with Laurence Pritchard, writer, teacher, and enthusiast of Korean literature. They discuss the Korean phenomenon of the "English gentleman" and the presence of English culture in the country; the idea that westerners "are all incredibly promiscous"; ...
<p>In Seoul's Garosu-gil, Colin Marshall talks with Korean music industry expert Bernie Cho,&nbsp;president&nbsp;of DFSB Kollective, a creative agency that provides&nbsp;digital media, marketing, and distribution services to Korean pop music artists. They discuss why the world now knows what K-pop is; ...
<p><span>In Seoul's Mapo-gu, Colin talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://hyunwoosun.com">Hyunwoo Sun</a><span>, founder of the Korean language-learning site&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.talktomeinkorean.com">Talk to Me in Korean</a><span>. They discuss whether a space alien with no knowledge of any ...
<p><span>Beneath the rock of Michael Heizer's&nbsp;</span><em>Levitated Mass</em><span>&nbsp;at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Colin Marshall talks with documentarian&nbsp;</span><a href="http://dougpray.com">Doug Pray</a><span>, maker of such films as&nbsp;</span><em>Hype!&nbsp;</em><span>on ...
<p><span>In a pub in Toronto's Swansea, Colin Marshall talks with novelist Craig Davidson, author of&nbsp;</span><em>Rust and Bone</em><span>,&nbsp;</span><em>The Fighter</em><span>,&nbsp;</span><em>Sarah Court</em><span>, and most recently&nbsp;</span><em>The Fighter</em><span>, all under his on name, ...
<p>At the University of Toronto, Colin Marshall talks with Mark Kingwell, professor of philosophy and author of such books as&nbsp;<em>A Civil Tongue: Justice, Dialogue, and the Politics of Pluralism</em>,&nbsp;<em>The World We Want: Restoring Citizenship in a Fractured Age</em><em>,&nbsp;</em><em>Concrete ...
<p>In Toronto's Christie Pits neighborhood, Colin Marshall talks with&nbsp;<em>Globe and Mail</em>&nbsp;architecture critic&nbsp;<a href="http://alexbozikovic.com">Alex Bozikovic</a>, who also writes for such publications as&nbsp;<em>Dwell</em>,&nbsp;<em>Wallpaper</em>,&nbsp;<em>Toronto Life</em>, and&nbsp;<em>Spacing</em>. ...
<p><span>Out with the raccoons on the closed second-floor balcony of a Toronto bar, Colin Marshall talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.keithcourage.com">Keith McNally</a><span>, the podcast auteur behind the shows&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.keithcourage.com/xo/"><em>XO</em></a><span>,&nbsp;</span><a ...
<p>In Toronto's Junction, Colin Marshall talks to Amy Lavender Harris, geographer at York University and author of&nbsp;<em><a href="http://imaginingtoronto.com">Imagining Toronto</a></em>, a study of the city as depicted in its literature. They discuss the psychedelically-illustrated, Toronto-centric ...
<p><span>Near the University of Toronto, Colin Marshall talks to Alana Wilcox, Editorial Director of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.chbooks.com/home">Coach House Books</a><span>&nbsp;and author of the novel&nbsp;</span><em>A Grammar of Endings</em><span>. They discuss the past twenty years' boom in ...
<p><span>In Toronto's Kensington Market, Colin Marshall talks to Corey Mintz, author of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://www.thestar.com/authors.mintz_corey.html">the&nbsp;<em>Toronto Star&nbsp;</em>column "Fed"</a><span>&nbsp;and the book&nbsp;</span><em>How to Host a Dinner Party</em><span>. They discuss ...
<p>In Toronto's Church-Wellesley Village, Colin Marshall talks to Shawn Micallef, editor and co-owner of&nbsp;<a href="http://spacing.ca"><em>Spacing</em></a>&nbsp;magazine,&nbsp;<a href="http://www.thestar.com/authors.micallef_shawn.html"><em>Toronto Star</em></a>&nbsp;columnist, and author of such ...
<p><span>At Toronto's Queen and Logan, Colin Marshall talks with&nbsp;</span><a href="http://balkissoon.com/site/">Denise Balkissoon</a><span>, co-founder of&nbsp;</span><a href="http://ethnicaisle.wordpress.com/about/">The Ethnic Aisle</a><span>&nbsp;and&nbsp;writer on a variety of Torontonian subjects ...
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