Peter Rothbart is an editor of Found Magazine. It’s a compendium of the discarded — ranging from shopping lists to personal notes to (once) a dead frog. Peter talks about the history of the magazine, shares some finds with us, then sings two songs inspired by found items. This interview was recorded live at Sketchfest Seattle.
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