Nicole Georges is the author of the graphic memoir "Fetch."

Nicole Georges is the author of the graphic memoir “Fetch.”

Amos Mac

  • The total solar eclipse is less than a month away. We talk with Andrew Phelps, director of Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management about how the state is preparing for an influx of up to a million visitors to the cities and towns in the path of totality.
  • University of Oregon assistant professor of journalism Nicole Dahmen joins us to discuss her survey of reporters and editors around the country about the ways different outlets cover mass shootings in the U.S.
  • In her new graphic memoir, Nicole Georges writes about her relationship with her dog, Beija. “Fetch” chronicles how adopting a difficult dog at a young age shaped Georges’s early adulthood. Georges will speak tonight (7/25) at Powell’s in Portland at 7:30pm,

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