Eve Abrams delights in stories, words, and accents. She likes listening and asking questions.
Eve is a radio producer, writer, audio documentarian, and educator who stitches stories together from her command center just off Saint Claude Avenue, in New Orleans.
Eve’s stories regularly air on WWNO, New Orleans’ Public Radio and NPR station, as well as on WWOZ, New Orleans’ Jazz and Heritage Community Radio Station. Nationally, Eve’s work airs on The Tavis Smiley Show, This American Life, National Public Radio, Studio 360, The World, and Voice of America.
Eve's writing is published in Unfathomable City, a New Orleans atlas; Fourth Genre; Where We Know: New Orleans as Home; Wesleyan Magazine; offBeat Magazine; and Post Road Magazine. She is the coauthor of the book, Preservation Hall and she produced the audio documentary series which accompanies the Preservation Hall exhibit at the Louisiana State Museum at the Old US Mint.
Eve currently teaches an audio workshop at Tulane University, and English at Waldo Burton Memorial School.
Eve can be reached at Eve@EveAbrams.com.