Re:sound #103: The Sean Hurley / Sherwin Sleeves Show

This hour: the work of producer Sean Hurley, a writer and musician who lives on top of a mountain in New Hampshire and has an alter-ego, Sherwin Sleeves, who's become central to Sean's radio storytelling.

2008 / TCF / WBEZ, USA


This hour: the work of producer Sean Hurley, a writer and musician who lives on top of a mountain in New Hampshire and has an alter-ego, Sherwin Sleeves, who's become central to Sean's radio storytelling.

Restful, Shady Places
by Sean Hurley (TCF's Radio Ephemera, 2008)
The authors of Trailer, Ahoy! and Trees as Good Citizens enjoy a written correspondence relating to their books' proximity in the library.

Sarro's Balloon
by Sean Hurley (Atoms, Motion, and the Void, 2008)
In which Sherwin Sleeves's insomnia leads to a late night voyage up into the sky.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Delaney Hall.

produced by

Sean Hurley

Sean Hurley lives with his wife and son in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where he contributes regularly to New Hampshire Public Radio, sometimes as himself, sometimes as his alter-ego, "Sherwin Sleeves."


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