Adam Kampe

Adam Kampe tripped and fell into audioland about 10 years ago as a volunteer at WPFW in Washington, DC.

A few years later, he was hooked and later attended Salt in 2005. This experience and a bit of luck landed him a job at the NEA, where, for the past six years, he's been producing audio (and now video) about the arts.

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A high school teacher imagines what might happen when poet Langston Hughes, in his poem "I, Too, Sing America," has a chance to leave the kitchen he's confined to and actually sit at the table when company comes.

The close quarters of an elevator make for a particularly suffocating ride after someone, um, passes gas. If only there was a gas mask on board, or a protective wall to block or at least deflect the pungent odor.

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