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Henry Faulkner Week: An Interview with Robert Morgan (2019)

Henry Faulkner (Jan. 9, 1924 - Dec. 3, 1981) was an internationally-known, openly queer Kentucky artist. He is known for his colorful paintings, his poetry, and his propensity to travel with a bourbon drinking goat called Alice. In this episode, Mariam interviews artist and LGBTQ activist Robert Morgan about his life with Henry Faulkner. This episode has descriptions of adult situations, so may not be appropriate for all listeners. 

Episode #: 

19

Duration: 

00:32:13

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