Wednesday 3 p.m. ‘In Memory’ by Jocko Weyland and ‘In the Woods’ by Paula Stuckatz

Wednesday 3 p.m. is our new series of audio essays from around the world.

Illustration by Jonathan Kroll

Wednesday 3 p.m. is a series of short stories — observations, brief memories, scenes from a life — recorded by writers in Berlin and around the world. Listen to two new stories each week. This Wednesday, we feature Jocko Weyland with “In Memory” and Paula Stuckatz with “In the Woods.”

 

“In Memory” by Jocko Weyland and “In the Woods” by Paula Stuckatz

 

“Jenny went to the pool to pick up her mother…”

“I got lost in some Belgian woods…”

Jocko Weyland, born in Helsinki, Finland, 1967, is an artist and writer living in Mexico. He is the author of “The Answer is Never – A Skateboarder’s History of the World,” published by Grove Press in 2002. His story “In Memory” is from his collection Eating Glass, published by 1980 Editions in Paris in 2016.

Paula Stuckatz was born and raised in a small town southeast of Berlin. She’s lived in France, Denmark and Canada and  holds degrees in European Media Studies and Intercultural Communication. She has worked in communication for cultural institutions for the last few years.

KCRW Berlin’s Monika Müller-Kroll is the producer of Wednesday 3 p.m. 

Illustration by Jonathan Kroll

 

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