In this special episode of Gweek we interviewed Christina Wilson, the daughter of Robert Anton Wilson. Before interviewing Christina, I really didn't know much about Robert Anton Wilson's personal life, other than what he shared in his memoir, Cosmic Trigger. It was very interesting to learn more about Bob from his daughter.
Joining me in the interview is Carla Sinclair, who cofounded the print edition of bOING bOING with me back in 1988!
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Our guest this week is Maggie Tokuda Hall. She writes books for children and stories for adults.
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