"Jack El-Hai: Too Close To The Subject"
Writer Jack El-Hai worries about his own state of mind when he spends time in the files of the psychiatrist who examined Nazi leaders.
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They did that to me (explicit)
As Ed Gavagan watches medical students practice sutures on the subway, he remembers his own traumatic experience. (Produced with the New York Acadmemy of Sciences, and Science & the City.)
“The surgeon comes in with five of his friends, also surgeons, and he whips the sheet back as if he's just restored a '57 Chevy.”
Ed Gavagan
Designer and builder
Ed Gavagan, is a designer and builder who has built homes and furniture for fancy people and humble folk all over the world. His work has been featured on the cover of Elle Décor, in Architectural Digest, the NY Times, Architectural Record, Global Architecture and other periodicals and books worldwide. His stories have been heard on NPR and the Moth podcast and he has appeared onstage with the Moth in both Grandslams and Mainstage events across the country. He lives in NYC with his wife and daughter.
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