Ep. 262: "Devil is in the Details" with Dan Pashman, Dee Williams & Tomo Nakayama | Live Wire Radio
Episode 262
Dan Pashman, Dee Williams, Tomo Nakayama
This episode was originally taped at a live show on November 1, 2014

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In a show where the devil is in the details, Luke talks to Tiny House pioneer Dee Williams about what you let go of when you move into an 84 square-foot house, The Sporkful's Dan Pashman answers all of life's questions through a complex allegory about snack mix, and Seattle's Tomo Nakayama waxes lyrical about the darkest of seasons.

Dan Pashman
A humorist and dedicated non-foodie, Dan hosts the WNYC podcast The Sporkful as well as the web series "You're Eating it Wrong." His latest book is Eat More Better: How to Make Every Bite More Delicious.

Dee Williams
After suffering a life-threatening illness, Dee Williams simplified her life by building herself an 84 square-foot house. She tells her story (including gluing her ponytail to a wood beam during construction) in her book The Big Tiny.

Tomo Nakayama
With his band Grand Hallway, Tomo Nakayama has produced lush chamber-pop that has inspired comparisons to Andrew Bird, Sigur Ros and even Nina Simone. His newest record is Fog on the Lens.