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Press: Audio & Video


Jan 2019

Video: Andrew Solomon and Dr. Michael Wigler Parent Q&A

At a recent screening of “Far From the Tree,” Andrew Solomon and autism researcher Dr. Michael Wigler offer some advice for parents of children who are “different.”

Jan 2019

Audio: Rádio Companhia: O melhor de 2018

Fabio Uehara, Marina Pastore and Jose Bárrickelo discuss Brazil’s biggest stories of 2018, and the year’s publications by Companhia das Letras, including Andrew Solomon’s, “Um crime da solidão: Reflexões sobre o suicídio.”

Dec 2018

Happy Jólabókaflóðið!

Nantucket Book Festival organizers ask authors from past Festivals: What book do you give most often as a gift, and why?

Dec 2018

Video: Yo La Tengo on “Far From the Tree”

Ira Kaplan, Georgia Hubley and James McNew of Yo La Tengo discuss their participation in the development of the documentary, “Far From the Tree.”

Nov 2018

Video: Andrew Solomon Keynote Address at Cotting School

Andrew Solomon gives the keynote speech at the 2018 Annual Burr Family Conference at Cotting School in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Nov 2018

Video: Erikson Institute 2018 Shaping Identity Luncheon

Andrew Solomon discusses the nature of love between parents and children, and the need for a more humane society that accepts extraordinary individuals and families.

Nov 2018

Video: Milênio: Andrew Solomon e seu olhar sobre o mundo

Millennium interviews writer Andrew Solomon about his world travels, and about depression, the subject of his book, “The Noonday Demon.”

Oct 2018

Video: Andrew Solomon Supports Odyssey

Odyssey is a collaborative sculpture made by Marc Quinn and more than 5,000 people, half of whom are refugees, and the other half non-refugees.

Sep 2018

Audio: Gulf Coast Live: A Conversation on Inclusion and Belonging

Andrew Solomon joins Gulf Coast Live host Julie Glenn for a conversation about diversity, inclusion and belonging.

Sep 2018

Video: The S Word: Talk About It

In this 3-part conversation, author Andrew Solomon and psychologists Dr. Thomas Joiner and Dr. Kita Curry posit that talking about suicide reduces the fear surrounding getting help and moving forward.