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Re:sound #28: The No Moon Show

This hour: the inhabitants of a fictional greystone and some very real survivors of suicide, who speak bravely and candidly about their experiences.

2005 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour: the inhabitants of a fictional greystone and some very real survivors of suicide, who speak bravely and candidly about their experiences.

Apricot Wensleydale

by Jill Dotty Summers and David Whitcomb (Cohabitation, 2005)

On a brisk day in October, the busty Apricot Wensleydale hides from her three grown children.

Here There Is No Moon

by Susan Stone (Transom.org, 2005)

There is no hard data for the number of suicide attempts nationwide, but the National Institute for Mental Health estimates that there are between 8 and 25 attempts for every death. In Here There Is No Moon, Bay Area-producer Susan Stone tells the stories of those who've tried to commit suicide. Their voices speak of depression, illness, grief, and explores what they were thinking before, during, and after their attempts.

Interview with Susan Stone

Re:sound host Gwen Macsai talks with the producer of Here There Is No Moon about how an admission by a close relative led her to explore the stories of the survivors of suicide.

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