I appear as one of the talking heads in a public television documentary on Willa Cather’s letters, Yours Willa Cather (2015). I also ride my bike up the the Harris House, where Cather and Edith Lewis first met in August 1903. You can watch the documentary here.
In 2017, Alex Ross, the music critic for the New Yorker, traveled to Red Cloud for the Willa Cather Spring Conference. I talked to him about my research on Cather and Lewis, and I am quoted in his October 2017 New Yorker essay on the experience (in which he describes my book as “highly anticipated). You can read the essay here.
In early 2020, I sat down with some members of the Complete Letters of Willa Cather: A Digital Edition to talk about our work on the edition, including how feminism shaped our work. You can here me, Emily Rau (Ph.D. candidate in English and managing editor of the Cather Archive), and two undergraduate editorial assistants (Simon Droge and Gayle Rocz) episodes of the UNL English department’s plainstate: the podcast here and here.