LQ Podcast

#38 Alison Pill

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Actress extraordinaire Alison Pill reads from our Spring 2013 issue, Animals. Featuring an 11th-century eulogy for a lost cat by Mei Yaochen, 19th-century haikus from Kobayashi Issa, an account of the Siege of Paris, and a story from Willa Cather.

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