Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses culinary literacy and SC Read Eat Grow with Chef Edward Lee. Chef Lee is the author of Smoke & Pickles and Buttermilk Graffiti and is the chef/owner of restaurants 610 Magnolia, MilkWood, and Whiskey Dry in Louisville, Kentucky; and he is also the culinary director of Succotash in National Harbor, Maryland, and Penn Quarter, Washington, DC. He appears frequently in print and on TV, including earning an Emmy nomination for his role in the Emmy Award-winning series The Mind of a Chef. Most recently, he wrote and hosted the feature documentary called Fermented. He lives in Louisville and Washington, DC, and you can find him on Instagram and Twitter @chefedwardlee. Learn more about Chef Lee at his website and on SCETV's KnowItAll website.
Dr. Curtis Rogers talks about South Carolina Business One Stop (SCBOS) with Ashlee Priester. Ashlee is the Managing Director of SCBOS and graduated from Winthrop University with a bachelor's degree in Integrated Marketing Communications. Learn more about SCBOS at scbos.sc.gov.
Dr. Curtis Rogers discusses University Press Week and more with Aurora Bell. Aurora is the acquisitions editor for literary studies and regional books at the University of South Carolina Press. She is a Texan who has spent the past decade in New York, but she is thrilled to be back in the South and we’re happy to have her here in Columbia. And you can learn more about the University’s Press by visiting uscpress.com.
This episode takes us to Nica, La Suerte, retold by Lucy Vicioso-Harris (Bogotá, Colombia), who tells us why playing this audiobook over and over again became one of her most treasured childhood memories, and how moving to Polonia when she was teenager made a positive impact on her life. Furthermore, she offers us her views on early literacy as a vital factor for human well-being.
- Episode Transcripts and Photos
- Nica, La Suerte. (Video). Retold by Melissa Sierra.
- Novak, Matt. The First Audiobook: An LP for the Blind. Pacific Standards. Updated 2017.
- Rubery, Matt. The First Audiobook. The British Library. August 23, 2013.
Este episodio nos lleva a “Nica, La Suerte”, contada por Lucy Vicioso-Harris (Bogotá, Colombia), quien nos relata por qué este audio libro que escuchaba de pequeña una y otra vez se convertiría en uno de los tesoros de su infancia; y cómo el mudarse a Polonia enriquecería su adolescencia e impactaría positivamente su vida. Asimismo, nos ofrece su visión sobre la formación lectora a temprana edad como factor vital para el bienestar humano.
- Transcripción y fotos del episodio
- Nica, La Suerte (Video). Narrado por Melissa Sierra.
- Gamero, Alejandro. Breve Historia de los Audiolibros. La Piedra de Sísifo. 2019.
- Detectives de la historia. El primer disco de vinilo ¿Conoces su historia? Detectives de la Historia. 2018.