Sterlin talks with musician Samantha Crain about growing up in rural Oklahoma, traveling, growing up, and trying to figure it all out.
Sterlin talks with Chelsea Luger and Thosh Collins about their organization Well For Culture, indigenous food, Standing Rock and their partnership in both business and life.
Sterlin and Louise sit down and talk about literature, movies, life up north, magic and everything else they could think of on Indigenous People's Day.
Sterlin sits down with Actress DeLanna Studi. They speak about her bold move to Hollywood, Misty Upham, Fathers, Oklahoma and much more. Enjoy.
Sterlin talks with Mvskoke (Creek) painter, George Alexander. George talks about his journey as an artist, overcoming tragedy, and finding his artistic voice.
Sterlin has a conversation with partner in crime, Bobby Wilson (also of the 1491s). Both were at Standing Rock recently and describe what they saw, as well as the beginnings of the 1491s. Bobby talks about his early life of living in battered women's shelters and group homes... as well as his journey into the life he has made for himself today. Enjoy.
Sterlin sits down with Playwrite/Lawyer Mary Kathryn Nagle -- They speak about Native law both past and present. They also talk about theater, film, and tribal sovereignty. Enjoy.
Sterlin sits down with Ben Jacobs and Matthew Chandra to talk about their successful restaurant in Denver, Tocabe: American Indian Eatery. They also talk about the importance of food to community, Francis Ford Coppola, and a new project that Sterlin is working on with the two restaurant owners.
Sterlin sits down with poet Joy Harjo for an in-depth conversation about growing up in the Greaser neighborhoods of Tulsa, Oklahoma. They also talk about her career, addiction, and listening to your spirits. Dedicated to the memory of Lavina Bowers.
On this episode of The Cuts Sterlin talks with filmmaker/artist Steven Paul Judd. Judd talks about growing up in Oklahoma, polio, and using medical tests to fund his films.