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Psychotherapist Joe Guppy discusses his new memoir "My Fluurescent God," in which he confronts his most compelling case -- his own.
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Seattle Voices with Joe Guppy 10/21/2014
Psychotherapist Joe Guppy discusses his new memoir "My Fluurescent God," in which he confronts his most compelling case -- his own.

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Meet Nancy Nordhoff, founder of Hedgebrook
Nancy began Hedgebrook in 1985, a writers retreat on Whidbey Island and has been an active member of many civic boards in Seattle.
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Seattle Voices with Lynn Shelton
Born and raised in Seattle, Lynn Shelton has directed five films. Laggies is her sixth film as director.
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Seattle Voices with Benjamin Hunter
Ben Hunter is a musician, educator, and community activist. In 2011, he founded Community Arts Create, engaging the community through music workshops, concerts and more.
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Seattle Voices is an original series brought to you by the Seattle Channel. Host Eric Liu engages in one-on-one conversations with some of the most interesting, provocative and inspiring people in Seattle. Eric introduces us to people from all walks of life, from politics to the arts, to sports and music. Seattle Voices features guests with vision and energy who are making Seattle's public life more vibrant.

Seattle Voices Host Eric Liu
Eric Liu Eric Liu is the host of Seattle Voices. The concept for the show grew out of the many conversations he engaged in while writing his book "Guiding Lights: How to Mentor -- and Find Life's Purpose," which tells the stories of life-changing mentors, teachers and coaches from many walks. Eric is also the author of "The Accidental Asian: Notes of a Native Speaker," a New York Times Notable Book featured in the PBS documentary Matters of Race, and he edited the Norton anthology "Next: Young American Writers on the New Generation." Eric served as a speechwriter for President Clinton in the first term and as White House deputy domestic policy adviser in the second. After the White House, he was an executive at the digital media company RealNetworks. He's also been a frequent commentator on CNN, MSNBC and CNBC. Eric lives in Seattle, where he teaches at the University of Washington's Evans School of Public Affairs and serves on the boards of numerous civic organizations, including the Washington State Board of Education, the Seattle Public Library, the Seattle Center Fund, and the League of Education Voters.

Seattle Voices Director: Vince Pierce

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