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Hosted by Doug Dangler, Craft features interviews with authors, songwriters, and other creative people.

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  • You may have heard of Darrell Scott through the repeated use of his song “You’ll Never Leave Harlan Alive” on the TV show Justified, but his back catalog is full of equally compelling Americana and country music. Scott chats with Doug Dangler on this edition of Craft ahead of his May 13 Columbus concert.
  • On this edition of Craft, Doug Dangler chats with former two-term Ohio governor and author Richard Celeste who has released his memoir, In the Heart of It All: An Unvarnished Account of My Life in Public Service. Celeste will appear at the 2023 Ohioana Book Festival on Saturday, April 22.
  • I met Becky Cloonan at the 2022 Columbus Galaxy Con, where we discussed her comic book writing, the influence of comics on the movies made from them, and the sweet freedom that comes from self publishing. Listen in to find out why she loves comics.
  • On this edition of Craft, Doug Dangler chats with genre-spanning singer/songwriter Roberta Lea, one of “12 Artists to Watch in 2022” by Nashville Scene’s Country Almanac.
  • Author and amateur genealogist Eric Walker heard stories throughout his life from family members describing the struggles of their African American ancestors. Eventually, he decided to take these stories and make them into a fictional representation of his family with this book.
  • Author JD Blackrose joins Doug Dangler in this edition of Craft.
  • For Trent Wagler and the other members of the Steel Wheels, where they’re from is an amorphous assortment of memories that have meaning to them. Hear more in this edition of Craft with Doug Dangler.
  • Comic Sumukh Torgalkar will return to central Ohio after a few years on the West Coast to record his second comedy album at Madlab on June 3. Listen in as we discuss his comedy interests, the impact of the pandemic, and what kind of comedy he prefers to do.
  • Singer-songwriter Jeff Black will appear on June 3 with Columbus’ Six String Concert series.
  • In and out of care facilities for many years, Dr. Carolyn Bailey Lewis persevered and became director and general manager of OUB public media at Ohio University in Athens, where she served for 13 years as the first woman and first African American to lead this entity and the first woman to be emerita.