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Casey Jarman has spent a lot of time talking about death. The local writer (and Portland Monthly contributor) has just published his first book, 'Death: An Oral History.' It’s an expansive set of interviews—with a death row warden, a funeral industry watchdog, cartoonist Art Spiegelman, Jarman’s own mother, and many others—about the end of life. On this episode of the podcast, Jarman discusses the euphemistic language of death, whether he would want his body to be composted, how psychedelics could assist us at the end of life, and the tunes on his death-themed playlist.

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