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The New Kings of Non-Fiction edited by Ira Glass


Name: Ira Glass Age: 51 Neighborhood: Chelsea Occupation: Radio producer. He'll be appearing (and singing!) onstage with Rachel Maddow Sunday, August 29, at the Earlier this week, the Voice reported about Julian Joslin's shocking discovery of a (public radio) celebrity tape between This American Life's Ira Glass and Fresh “What’s amazing is how new [This American Life] sounds. It has this beat all to itselfThese stories float right into your brain and lodge there.”
The New Kings of Non-Fiction edited by Ira Glass

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Alibris has The New Kings of Nonfiction and other books by Ira Glass (Editor), including new used copies, rare, out-of-print signed editions, and more. 6 quotes from Ira Glass: 'Nobody tells this to people who are beginners, I wish someone told me. All of us who do creative work, we get into it because w Storytelling's new frontier / Ira Glass' quirky, smart radio show has sent ripples across the airwaves. In 1995, Ira Glass revitalized radio storytelling with "This
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We're living in an age of great nonfiction writing, says Glass, the host of the radio program This American Life , who picks out 14 of his favorite journalistic Ira Glass is an American public radio personality, and host and producer of the radio and television show This American Life.. Ira Glass is the author of If you're as big a public radio nerd as we are, this may be the best laugh you'll have all week. Updated: An interview with Julian Joslin, the producer and voice
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Ira Glass, the longtime host of the public radio show This American Life, has purchased an apartment at the newly built Chelsea Carriage House. One thing that I have learned from decades of writing is always find and tell a great story. And this is why Ira Glass is one of my heroes, one of my mentors. You Read new reviews of these books at chicagotribune.com/books: "The Florist's Daughter," by Patricia Hampl "The New Kings of Nonfiction," edited
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Ira Glass started working in public radio in 1978, when he was 19, as an intern at NPR's hit series Growing Up Gotti was rated one of the ten best shows of 2004 by the New 45th Ward’s Stan Avorywoskie lives at the heart of Jefferson Park, and sees it all What a Glass! Mild-Mannered Public Radio Star Ira Still Tsking at New York Times Interrogator Philip Glass Takes Former Manager and Producer to Court Again Ira Glass To
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Can Ira Glass bring “This American Life” to a new medium without the show losing its old charms? Tavi Gevinson was interviewed by Ira Glass of "This American Life In keeping with the '90s theme of the night, Glass asked, "Will there be clogs on the new site?" This American Life host and producer Ira Glass started working in public radio in 1978 This American Life continues to attract national media attention, including The New
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Storytelling's new frontier / Ira Glass' quirky, smart radio show


New Orleans Blog If you're a fan of WWNO, chances are you've stayed in your car longer than you needed to finish listening to the sometimes funny, sometimes sad Appearances by the performance artists known as the "NEA Four" will be among the highlights of the new 2012-13 season at the Carpenter Performing Arts This review seemed especially perfect coming on the heels of Dustin’s SRL of the faces of NPR the other day. —TU. The basic thesis of The New Kings of Nonfiction
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Read IRA GLASS THE NEW KINGS OF NONFICTION by This American Life on Myspace. Social entertainment powered by the passions of fans. In my opinion the verdict is still out on what the new reality will mean – will it mean the Ira Glass types who didn’t make it now will? Or will it mean that is is About a guy really into cryogenics. A not-too-shabby group of collaborators, right? While promoting his new documentary Tabloid, Errol Morris has been discussing
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Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3. Download this document in PDF; About Ira Glass; Intro from Jay Allison. Transom welcomes Ira Glass, the Pied Piper of public radio (the Hosted by Ira Glass, this weekly NPR radio show on topics that aren't really news, but topics that relate to everyone's life in some way. A WBEZ Radio program. Here's a surprise: Ira Glass on WBEZ. So maybe having the station's marquee star and "This American Life" host as your new afternoon show's first guest
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Ira Glass on Onion-Snubbing Pulitzer Board: ‘Co*ksuckers’ and


Ira Glass (born March 3, 1959) is an American public radio In October 2007, he published the anthology The New Kings of Nonfiction. On March 22, 2007, Glass and And Tavi Gevinson's star just keeps on rising. Today, the New York Times published a preview of a feature they're running in this weekend's New York Times Magazine Q: Your new television show, “This American Life,” is basically the picture version of your longtime public-radio show, which is devoted to the art of
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Ira Glass is the host and creator of the public radio program This American Life. "“What’s amazing is how new [This American Life] sounds. It has this beat all to Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3. Download this document in PDF; About Ira Glass; Ira Glass – 01:33am May 21, 2004 EST (#58 of 146) Manifesto Continued. 2. What’s a Story? When Mike Birbiglia asked This American Life's Ira Glass to produce his first feature, Sleepwalk with Me, premiering here at Sundance, Glass thought it sounded
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