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Lorissa Rinehart joins the podcast this week to discuss her fascinating writing on art, war, and how they go hand in hand. She dives into her fantastic new biography, First to the Front: The Untold Story of Dickey Chapelle, Trailblazing Female War Correspondent, explaining how she got the inspiration to write the story of Dickey Chappelle, the first real female combat photographer. We’ll learn more about Dickey’s incredible story as a global conflict photographer and journalist, and the fortitude it took to break through so many barriers.

Lorissa’s writing appears in publications such as HyperallergicPerfect Strangers, and Narratively. Make sure to keep up with her work on her social media on Bluesky (@lorissa.bsky.social), Instagram (@lorissa_rinehart), and Threads (@lorissa_rineheart).

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