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The Transom story workshops train people from around the globe in the craft of radio. We hear examples of the stories the students have found, with Mindy
Transom is proud to premiere this incredibly charming story by Sterling Smalley with Maura Kutnyak-Smalley. They are brother and sister, both blind, with blind parents, and they ponder together the challenge of raising their own kids—some blind, some not.
Sometimes an interview blossoms and reveals depths you couldn’t have imagined when it began. That’s how this piece by Bianca Giaever feels. It’s utterly simple: a gentle conversation outdoors with the birds in the trees, that moves into a profound story about race, family, murder, transformation… and forgiveness. Bianca spent this summer with us as an intern here at Transom, Atlantic Public Media, and WCAI. She did fine work making Sonic IDs, and we’re featuring some of them along with this remarkable story. –Jay A
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