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After Water: An interview with author Max Andrew Dubinsky

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Author Max Andrew Dubinsky imagines a future world where people in California are plagued by drought and rising sea levels. In hopes of finding a better life, some of them turn their eyes towards the Great Lakes region. Dubinsky wrote his story after being paired with a scientist for our series After Water. Hear him talk about that process and the research behind his imagined world in this interview with WBEZ's Shannon Heffernan. You can hear Max Andrew Dubinsky's story, "Thirst", on our SoundCloud, and at afterwater.tumblr.com. (Photo courtesy of Max Andrew Dubinsky)
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Author Max Andrew Dubinsky imagines a future world where people in California are plagued by drought and rising sea levels. In hopes of finding a better life, some of them turn their eyes towards the Great Lakes region. Dubinsky wrote his story after being paired with a scientist for our series After Water. Hear him talk about that process and the research behind his imagined world in this interview with WBEZ's Shannon Heffernan. You can hear Max Andrew Dubinsky's story, "Thirst", on our SoundCloud, and at afterwater.tumblr.com. (Photo courtesy of Max Andrew Dubinsky)
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