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Marcy Kahan

Marcy Kahan

Marcy Kahan speaks with Gabriel Gbadamosi about clowning, urbane radio comedy and the power of satire. Marcy Kahan speaks with Gabriel Gbadamosi about rejecting the overly literary via her inner clown, writing urbane romantic comedies for radio, why fascists hate satire, and her long-running series Lunch.


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