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In the final episode of the season, Cameron talks to author Bryan Bliss about empathy and privilege, the work of art and activism, and his new book WE'LL FLY AWAY, long listed for the National Book Award in Young People's Literature.
In this very personal episode, Cameron interviews her mentor and friend, the writer Michael Horowitz, about his work with 1960s icon Timothy Leary, consciousness expansion, and briefly, about the cultural impact his daughter, actress Winona Ryder, had on Generation X.
In Episode 3, Cameron and memoirist Erin O. White discuss Erin's book Given Up For You, which chronicles her experience of falling in love with the Catholic church and another woman simultaneously, and the difficulty of ultimately having to choose one over the other.
Trying to come to grips with the collective madness of the evangelical church in America? In this raucous opening to Season 2, Cameron talks to the delightfully irreverent Jamie Wright, author of blog-turned-book The Very Worst Missionary: A Memoir or Whatever, about how her experience on the international mission field changed everything about her relationship — not to her Christian faith — but to the evangelical church. Greed, corruption, and what Jamie calls "white savior colonial bullsh*t" are all up for discussion.