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Jul 2018

Audio: All Things Considered: Far from the Tree

The documentary Far from the Tree chronicles the lives of children who are not what their parents wanted or expected.

Jul 2018

Audio: NPR Weekend Edition: Finding Happiness In ‘Far From The Tree’

Andrew Solomon and Loini Vivao join NPR Weekend Edition host Scott Simon to talk about Far from the Tree, the new documentary based on Solomon’s award-winning book, Far from the Tree: Parents, Children, and the Search for Identity.

Jul 2016

Audio: Cincinnati Public Radio: Far & Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change

In this edition of The Book Club @ 91.7<, host Mark Perzel talks to Andrew Solomon about his lifetime of travel and international reporting.

May 2016

Audio: Studio Tulsa: ‘Far & Away’ with Andrew Solomon

Andrew Solomon chats with Studio Tulsa host Rich Fisher about the experiences chronicled in his new book, “Far & Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change.”

May 2016

Audio: Up to Date: Andrew Solomon On Exploring The Seven Continents

It was a conversation with his father when he was only seven years old that laid out the direction of author Andrew Solomon’s life.

Apr 2016

Audio: Think: Covering Global Transformation

Andrew Solomon talks to Think host Krys Boyd about his world travels, and about capturing transformation as it’s happening — subjects of his new book, “Far and Away: Reporting from the Brink of Change.”

Nov 2015

Audio: TED Radio Hour: Headspace

In which TED speakers challenge assumptions about emotion, disquiet and the essence of well-being.

Jun 2015

Audio: Fresh Air: Pregnant Women With Depression Face Tough Choices, No Easy Answers

Pregnant women who suffer from serious depression face a difficult dilemma: Should they continue taking medication and risk side-effects to the fetus, or go without?

Apr 2015

Audio: All Things Considered: The Charlie Hebdo Controversy

On NPR’s All Things Considered, host Robert Siegel speaks to PEN President Andrew Solomon and author Francine Prose to learn their positions on the matter.

Dec 2014

Audio: NPR Morning Edition: 25 Years Ago, ‘Darkness Visible’ Broke Ground

Renee Montagne talks to Andrew Solomon about how William Styron’s work opened up discussions of mental illness.