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Mat Johnson is the Philip H. Knight Chair of Humanities at the University of Oregon. His previous books include Pym and Loving Day. Courtesy of University of Oregon hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend

Fresh Air Weekend: Novelist Mat Johnson; Comic Joel Kim Booster

Johnson's novel, Invisible Things, is set on one of Jupiter's moons. Nick Quah takes stock of some podcasts that draw on reality TV. Booster's film Fire Island was inspired by Pride and Prejudice.

Mat Johnson is the Philip H. Knight Chair of Humanities at the University of Oregon. His previous books include Pym and Loving Day. Courtesy of University of Oregon hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Novelist Mat Johnson; Comic Joel Kim Booster

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From WHYY in Philadelphia