"Uh Oh" with Paolo Bacigalupi, Ijeoma Oluo, Sallie Tisdale and Liz Vice | Live Wire Radio
"Uh Oh"
Paolo Bacigalupi, Ijeoma Oluo, Sallie Tisdale and Liz Vice
This episode was originally taped at a live show on April 13, 2016

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Author Paolo Bacigalupi warns us about the dangers of magical thinking when it comes to the environment, Ijeoma Oluo tells us why she has hope for the future of race relations, Sallie Tisdale discusses the dangers of writing about your own family, and Liz Vice’s soulful sound lifts our spirits.

Paolo Bacigalupi
Paolo Bacigalupi is an award-winning science-fiction and fantasy author of six books. Time magazine named his debut novel, The Windup Girl, one of the best novels in 2009. His latest book, The Water Knife, narrates a dystopic American Southwest stricken by drought.

Sallie Tisdale
Sallie Tisdale is an author whose work has appeared in Harper's, Antioch Review,The New Yorker, and Tricycle, among other journals. Her eight books include Talk Dirty to Me, Stepping Westward, and Women of the Way. Her collection of essays, Violation, will be published in April by Hawthorne Books. Tisdale is a long-time member of PEN and was a judge for the National Book Award in 2010.

Ijeoma Oluo
Ijeoma Oluo is a Seattle-based writer, speaker & internet yeller. She was named one of the most influential people in Seattle, by Seattle Magazine. Her work has appeared in The Stranger, New York Magazine and Jezebel. She's the Editor-At-Large at The Establishment - a media platform run and funded by women. She is a badass.

Liz Vice
Liz Vice is a Portland singer whose soulful debut album, There’s a Light, caught the attention of NPR and The New York Times. With Gospel and R&B influences, Vice’s music is joyful and smooth and pairs perfectly with a glass of wine.