Nicole Georges

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Nicole Georges grew up believing that her father was dead. That’s what her family told her, after all. But when she was in her 20s, a palm reader told Georges something different. Turns out, that palm reader was right. Based on the award-winning 2013 graphic memoir “Calling Dr. Laura,” the six-episode podcast “Relative Fiction” will take us through Georges’ investigation, the stories she was told, and the rollercoaster of belief and identity she went through in the process. Because if family is a story we tell ourselves, what happens when those fictions break apart?

We hear the first episode today.

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‘Relative Fiction,’ the new podcast from OPB

Nicole Georges grew up believing that her father was dead. That’s what her family told her, after all. But when she was in her 20s, a palm reader told Georges something different. Turns out, that palm reader was right.