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Lit TV

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LitTV with Gary Kamiya

In this broadcast Kelly Long sits down with writer and historian Gary Kamiya to talk about how fires have shaped San Francisco.

LitTV with Peter Wyrsch

In this broadcast India Barr interviews ecologist Peter Wyrsch about the ecological past, present and future of the Bay Area.

LitTV with Qianjin Montoya

In this broadcast Kiki Heredia discusses the histories of art and social movements in the Bay Area with curator Qianjin Montoya.

LitTV with Jim Van Buzkirk

In this broadcast Alexander Vaheid interviews librarian Jim Van Buzkirk about the LGBTQ collections at the San Francisco Public Library, including how the James C. Hormel LGBTQIA Center came to be, as well as the history of the vandalism of books at the library.

LitTV with Jeanie Austin

In this broadcast Kelly Long sits down with Dr. Jean Austin, a librarian in the San Francisco Public Library’s Jail and Reentry Services program to talk about the challenges, successes and opportunities that come along with providing literature to the incarcerated.

LitTV with Chris Carlsson

In this broadcast Kelly Long interviews writer, editor and historian Chris Carlsson about the numerous upheavals and changes in history and present of the Mission District in San Francisco.

LitTV with Christina Moretta

In this broadcast Alexander Vaheid interviews the photo curator of the San Francisco Public Library, Christina Moretta, about the library’s role as the archive to the city of San Francisco, and some of the objects affected by fires from the collection.

LitTV with Luis Herrera

In this broadcast Kelly Long sits down with former City Librarian of San Francisco, Luis Herrera to talk about how the library remains relevant and essential as the shapes of knowledge changes.

LitTV with John Durham

In this broadcast Sky Lowe sits down with Bolerium Books owner John Durham to discuss radical publications, censorship and a changing San Francisco.

LitTV with Cary Latham

In this broadcast Olivia Treynor talks with Cary Latham, a peer outreach worker with the Health and Safety Associate Program about the social services that the San Francisco Public Library has in place at their downtown branch.

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