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52 minutes | 5 days ago
Episode 438: Anna Sale
Anna Sale is the host of Death, Sex & Money. Her new book is Let’s Talk About Hard Things. “What hard conversations can do is—you can witness what's hard. You can be with what's hard. Admit what's hard. That can be its own relief. … Some hard conversations … are successful when they end in a place that's like, Oh, we're not going to agree on this. … I think you can get used to the feeling of feeling out of control and that makes them less scary.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @annasale annasale.com Sale on Longform Podcast 07:00 Let’s Talk About Hard Things (Simon & Schuster • 2021) 10:00 Sale's Death, Sex & Money archive See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
48 minutes | 12 days ago
Episode 437: Brooke Jarvis
Brooke Jarvis is a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine. “Obsession is inherently interesting. We want to know why somebody would care so much about something that it could direct their whole life. ... When people care about something a lot, what can be more interesting than that to understand what drives those powerful emotions? ... Part of why I do this work is that I am able to get temporarily obsessed with a lot of different things and then move on to the next thing that I'm temporarily obsessed with. ... There's always a new question that I want to follow.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @brookejarvis brookejarvis.net Jarvis on Longform 02:00 "Maryville native Brooke Jarvis wins Livingston Ward for young journalists" (Amy Beth Miller • The Daily Times • Jun 2017) 05:00 The New Kings of Nonfiction (Ira Glass • Riverhead Books • 2007) 06:00 "The Squirrel Wars" (D.T. Max • New York Times Magazine • Oct 2007) 08:00 "When We Are Called to Part" (The Atavist • Nov 2013) 11:00 Jarvis’ Yes! Magazine archive 16:00 "The Deepest Dig" (California Sunday • Nov 2014) 19:00 "Unclaimed" (California Sunday • Dec 2016) 22:00 The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (Carson McCullers • Marina Books • 1940) 25:00 "The Insect Apocalypse Is Here" (New York Times Magazine • Nov 2018) 27:00 "Who Speaks for Crazy Horse?" (New Yorker • Sep 2019) 30:00 "The First Shot: Inside the Covid Vaccine Fast Track" (Wired • May 2020) 31:00 "The Scramble to Pluck 24 Billion Cherries in Eight Weeks" (New York Times Magazine • Aug 2020) 33:00 "The Launch" (California Sunday • Jul 2019) 37:00 "The Forgotten Sense" (New York Times Magazine • Jan 2021) 39:00 "The Obsessive Search for the Tasmanian Tiger" (New Yorker • Jul 2018) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
26 minutes | 17 days ago
Polk Award Winners: Michael Grabell and Bernice Yeung
Michael Grabell and Bernice Yeung are investigative reporters at ProPublica. They won the George Polk Award for Health Reporting for their coverage of the meatpacking industry's response to the pandemic, including their feature "The Battle for Waterloo." This is the final part of our week-long series of conversations with winners of this year's George Polk Awards in Journalism.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
25 minutes | 18 days ago
Polk Award Winners: Roberto Ferdman
Roberto Ferdman is a correspondent at VICE News. He and his colleagues at VICE News Tonight won the George Polk Award for Television Reporting for their coverage of the shooting death of Breonna Taylor and the investigations that followed. This is part four in a week-long series of conversations with winners of this year's George Polk Awards in Journalism.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
24 minutes | 19 days ago
Polk Award Winners: Helen Branswell
Helen Branswell is an infectious disease and global health reporter for STAT. She won this year's George Polk Award for Public Service for her coverage of the pandemic. This is the third in a week-long series of conversations with winners of this year's George Polk Awards in Journalism.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
22 minutes | 20 days ago
Polk Award Winners: Ryan Mac and Craig Silverman
Ryan Mac and Craig Silverman are reporters at BuzzFeed News. Together they won this year's George Polk Award for Business Reporting for their coverage of Facebook's handling of disinformation on its platform. This is the second in a week-long series of conversations with winners of this year's George Polk Awards in Journalism.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
23 minutes | 21 days ago
Polk Award Winners: Tristan Ahtone
Tristan Ahtone is the former Indigenous Affairs editor at High Country News and is currently the editor-in-chief at The Texas Observer. His High Country News article “Land-Grab Universities,” co-authored with Robert Lee, won the 2021 George Polk Award for Education Reporting. This is the first in a week-long series of conversations with winners of this year's George Polk Awards in Journalism.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
57 minutes | a month ago
Episode 436: Dana Goodyear
Dana Goodyear is a staff writer for The New Yorker and host of the new podcast Lost Hills. “I do find people who take risks—artistic and physical or even intellectual risks—really interesting. ... There are so many people that I have written about who take a really long time with their projects, whether years or decades, and they might or might not work out. ... They just don't go along with what's received, and they—at a great personal cost—often do things that are very different. And then those things are the things in our world that are the most fascinating or feel the most human.” Thanks to Mailchimp and CaseFleet for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @danagoodyear danagoodyear.com Goodyear on Longform Goodyear's New Yorker archive 01:00 Lost Hills (Western Sound and Pushkin Industries • 2021) 32:00 "An Artist’s Life, Refracted in Film" (New Yorker • Jan 2019) 42:00 "The Gardener" (New Yorker • Aug 2003) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
61 minutes | a month ago
Episode 435: Albert Samaha
Albert Samaha is an investigative journalist and the deputy inequality editor at BuzzFeed News. His book Concepcion: An Immigrant Family's Fortunes comes out in October. “I don’t think any child of the recession will ever not feel precarious. And being in journalism makes that even more so. ... At this point I’ve embraced the precarity of working in this industry. I’m sure at some point it’s going to be grating for people to hear me talk about how precarious and insecure I feel. … But I’ve got too many friends who are way too talented, who can’t use that talent in the ways that they are passionate about, for me to ever feel like my place in this industry is fully cemented.” Thanks to Mailchimp and CaseFleet for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @AlbertSamaha albertsamaha.com Samaha on Longform Samaha's BuzzFeed archive 11:00 Never Ran, Never Will Boyhood and Football in a Changing American Inner City (PublicAffairs • 2018) 17:00 "The Tragedy of Louis Scarcella" (Village Voice • Aug 2014) 23:00 "A Bronx Betrayal" (BuzzFeed • Jan 2015) 36:00 Concepcion 40:00 "Looking For Right And Wrong In The Philippines" (BuzzFeed • May 2017) 40:00 "My Uncle Spanky, the Rock Star Who Left It All Behind" (Pop-Up • Jun 2020) 42:00 "I Followed My Uncle’s Legend To Italy, And Found A New Way Forward" (BuzzFeed • Mar 2018) 42:00 "My Mom Believes In QAnon. I’ve Been Trying To Get Her Out." (BuzzFeed • Mar 2021) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
61 minutes | a month ago
Rerun: #390 Bonnie Tsui (April 2020)
Bonnie Tsui is a journalist and the author of Why We Swim. “I am a self-motivated person. I really don’t like being told what to do. I’ve thought about this many times over the last 16 years that I’ve been a full-time freelancer... even though I thought my dream was to always and forever be living in New York, working in publishing, working at a magazine, being an editor, writing. When I was an editor, I kind of hated it. I just didn’t like being chained to a desk.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @bonnietsui bonnietsui.com 02:00 Why We Swim (Algonquin • 2020) 03:30 American Chinatown: A People's History of Five Neighborhoods (Tsui • Free Press • 2009) 10:30 The Deep (2012) 28:00 "With His Absence, My Artist Father Taught Me the Art of Vanishing" (Catapult • Feb 2019) 41:30 "After Fires, Napa and Sonoma Tourism Industry Is Getting Back on Its Feet" (New York Times • Oct 2017) 44:30 "Child Care: What — and Who — It Takes to Raise a Family" (California Sunday • July 2019) 49:00 "The Break: Female Big-Wave Surfers Prepare to Compete on Mavericks’s 50-Foot Waves for the First Time" (California Sunday • Aug 2018) 50:00 "Meet the Women Who Are Changing What it Means to be a Mom and a Professional Athlete" (Sports Illustrated • Dec 2019) 53:30 "You Are Doing Something Important When You Aren’t Doing Anything" (New York Times • June 2019) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
36 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 434: Jessica Lessin
Jessica Lessin is founder and editor-in-chief of The Information. “It's very, very hard to predict the winners. A lot of investors try to do this. And I think sometimes where the press gets in trouble is trying to make a call.… It's not always our job to say this thing is doomed or not. I think many journalists, unfortunately, are more interested in that than in understanding, What is this company trying to do?” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @Jessicalessin theinformation.com Lessin's archive at The Information 11:00 "Android’s Andy Rubin Left Google After Inquiry Found Inappropriate Relationship" (Reed Albergotti • The Information • Nov 2017) 11:00 "Silicon Valley Women Tell of VC’s Unwanted Advances" (Reed Albergotti • The Information • Jun 2017) 23:00 Paul Steiger at ProPublica 23:00 Kevin Delaney at Quartz 26:00 "Facebook Hit by FTC Antitrust Suit That Seeks to Break Off Instagram, WhatsApp" (Christopher Stern • The Information • Dec 2020) 31:00 "People are leaving S.F., but not for Austin or Miami. USPS data shows where they went" (J.K. Dineen • San Francisco Chronicle • Feb 2021) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
44 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 433: Elon Green
Elon Green is a journalist whose work has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Awl, New York, and other publications. His new book is Last Call: A True Story of Love, Lust, and Murder in Queer New York. “The murders and the murderer should not be the driver. It should simply be the catalyst for the other story. And the other story is the victims. And the other story is the political backdrop and the environment that they are walking through.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @elongreen elongreen.com Green on Longform 00:00 Last Call: A True Story of Love, Lust, and Murder in Queer New York (Celadon Books • 2021) 03:00 @DavidGrann 05:00 davidyaffe.com 07:00 Pamela Colloff on Longform 10:00 The Advocate 13:00 "The Enduring, Pernicious Whiteness of True Crime" (The Appeal • Aug 2020) 13:00 Killers of the Flower Moon (David Grann • Doubleday Books • 2017) 13:00 Missing & Murdered (CBC News) 13:00 Connie Walker on the Longform Podcast 19:00 "These Gay Men Frequented Manhattan Piano Bars. So Did Their Killer." (Christopher Bollen • New York Times • Mar 2021) 19:00 "Last Call: Behind the Terrifying Untold Story of New York's Gay Bar Killer" (Jim Farber • The Guardian • Mar 2021) 21:00 "Do Threads of Five Lives Lead to One Serial Killer?" (Ian Fisher • New York Times • Aug 1993) 30:00 "The Untold Story of the Doodler Murders" (The Awl • Dec 2014) 32:00 "The Real Lolita" (Sarah Weinman • Hazlitt • Nov 2014) 35:00 @ChrisCillizza See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
63 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 432: Jess Zimmerman
Jess Zimmerman is editor-in-chief of Electric Literature. Her new book is Women and Other Monsters. “My goals are to be exactly as vulnerable as I feel is necessary. And not that’s necessary to me—that's necessary to the observer, to the reader. If [my story] is out there, it's out there because in order to make the larger point that I wanted to make … I had to give this level of access. It does kind of feel more strategic than cathartic.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @j_zimms jesszimmerman.com Zimmerman's Electric Literature archive 01:00 Women and Other Monsters (Beacon Press • 2021) 03:00 "Hunger Makes Me" (Hazlitt • Jul 2016) 04:00 Charybdis (theoi.com) 05:00 Mary Roach's website 08:00 The Furies (theoi.com) 11:00 Lindy West's website 12:00 "We Can’t Believe Survivors’ Stories If We Never Hear Them" (Rachel Zarrow • Electric Literature • Mar 2021) 16:00 "Why Are Portholes Being Used on Cows?" (BBC News • Jun 2019) 22:00 Longform Podcast #193: Robin Marantz Henig 24:00 "The Biggest Moments in xoJane History" (Eve Peyser • Jezebel • Jan 2017) 31:00 I Overcame My Autism and All I Got Was This Lousy Anxiety Disorder (Sarah Kurchak • Douglas & McIntyre • 2020) 31:00 Ace: What Asexuality Reveals About Desire, Society, and the Meaning of Sex (Angela Chen • Beacon Press • 2020) 32:00 "’Where’s My Cut?’: Un Unpaid Emotional Labor" (The Toast • Jul 2015) 33:00 "’Where’s My Cut?’: Un Unpaid Emotional Labor" MetaFilter thread 37:00 Catapult 37:00 Hazlitt 37:00 Electric Literature 38:00 "What We Learned From Meghan and Harry’s Interview" (Sarah Lyall and Tariro Mzezewa • New York Times • Mar 2021) 39:00 "Please Just Let Women Be Villiains" (Elyse Martin • Electric Literature • Feb 2021) 39:00 Circe (Madeline Miller • Little, Brown and Company • 2018) 41:00 "How to Arrange a Poetry Collection Using Mix Tape Rules" (Rachelle Toarmino • Electric Literature • Mar 2021) 41:00 "What If We Cultivated Our Ugliness? or: The Monstrous Beauty of Medusa" (Catapult • May 2017) 43:00 Zimmerman's newsletter Dead Channel 43:00 "A Midlife Crisis, By Any Other Name" (Hazlitt • Jul 2015) 46:00 Lamia (theoi.com) 55:00 "I Always Thought of Myself as a Person Who Pays Attention" (Sarah Miller • Medium • Mar 2021) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
54 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 431: Tejal Rao
Tejal Rao is the California restaurant critic for The New York Times and a columnist for The New York Times Magazine. “I've been thinking a lot about what makes a restaurant good…. Can a restaurant be good if it doesn't have wheelchair access? Can a restaurant be good if the farmers picking the tomatoes are getting sick? How much do we consider when we talk about if a restaurant is good or not? … If people are being exploited at every single point possible along the way, how good is the restaurant, really? … I worry that the pandemic has illuminated all of these issues and things are just going to keep going the way that they were.... That's what I worry about. That nothing will change.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @tejalrao tejalrao.com Rao's New York Times archive 01:00 "Is My Takeout Risking Lives or Saving Restaurants?" (New York Times • Apr 2020) 03:00 Rao's Atlantic archive 09:00 Rao's Saveur archive 13:00 "For Best Results, Eat This Roti Immediately" (New York Times • Oct 2020) 13:00 "Dining and Driving on the Empty Freeways of Los Angeles" (New York Times • Mar 2020) 14:00 "A Day in the Life of a Food Vendor" (New York Times • Apr 2017) 14:00 "India’s ‘Pickle Queen’ Preserves Everything, Including the Past" (New York Times • Jul 2020) 19:00 "Oysters: A Love Story" (New York Times Magazine • Aug 2017) 26:00 "I Lost My Appetite Because of Covid. This Sichuan Flavor Brought It Back." (New York Times Magazine • Jan 2021) 30:00 "The Old-School Reasons to Love Los Angeles Restaurants" (New York Times • Feb 2019) 33:00 "How Kit Kat Got Big in Japan" (New York Times Magazine • Oct 2018) 43:00 "Meatpacking Companies Dismissed Years of Warnings but Now Say Nobody Could Have Prepared for COVID-19" (Michael Grabell and Bernice Yeung • ProPublica • Aug 2020) Illustration by Tony Millionaire See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
50 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 430: Connie Walker
Connie Walker is an investigative reporter and podcast host. Her new show is Stolen: The Search for Jermain. “For so long, there has been this kind of history of journalists coming in and taking stories from Indigenous communities. And that kind of extractive, transactional kind of journalism that really causes a lot of harm. And so much of our work is trying to undo and address that. There is a way to be a storyteller and help amplify and give people agency in their stories.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @connie_walker Walker's CBC News archive 00:00 Missing & Murdered (CBC News) 04:00 "The Injustice to Pamela George Continues Long After Her Murder" (Heather Mallick • Toronto Star • Jan 2020) 08:00 Street Cents (CBC) 12:00 "Alicia Ross: Everyone’s Daughter" (Catherine McDonald • Global News • Apr 2020) 14:00 Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada 19:00 8th Fire, Ep. 1: "Indigenous in the City" (CBC • 2012) 19:00 8th Fire, Ep. 2: "It’s Time" (CBC • 2012) 19:00 8th Fire, Ep. 3: "Whose Land Is It Anyway?" (CBC • 2012) 19:00 8th Fire, Ep. 4: "At the Crossroads" (CBC • 2012) 22:00 "Missing and Murdered Aboriginal Women: A National Operational Overview" (Royal Canadian Mounted Police • 2014) 24:00 "Missing and Murdered: The Life and Mysterious Death of Leah Anderson" (CBC News • Mar 2015) 26:00 Serial 27:00 "Amber Tuccaro's Unsolved Murder: Do You Recognize This Voice?" (Marnie Luke and Connie Walker • CBC News • Jun 2015) 27:00 "Unresolved: Patricia Carpenter" (Holly Moore • CBC News • Jun 2016) 27:00 Missing & Murdered Season 1: Who Killed Alberta Williams? (Connie Walker and Marnie Luke • CBC News) 27:00 Missing & Murdered Season 2: Finding Cleo (Connie Walker and Marnie Luke • CBC News) 35:00 Ochberg Fellowship 37:00 "Duncan McCue on Reporting in Indigenous Communities" (Ryerson Today • Apr 2018) 37:00 Reporting in Indigenous Communities Guide (Duncan McCue) 39:00 Stolen (Gimlet • 2021) 39:00 "Jermain Charlo Missing Two Years on Tuesday" (Seaborn Larson • Missoulian • Jun 2020) 44:00 "Monday's Montanan: Lauren Small Rodriguez Helps Native Trafficking Survivors " (Patrick Reilly • Missoulian • Feb 2020) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
54 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 429: Vinson Cunningham
Vinson Cunningham is a staff writer for The New Yorker. “I think the job is just paying a bunch of attention. If you're a person like me, where thoughts and worries are intruding on your consciousness all the time, it is a great relief to have something to just over-describe and over-pay-attention to—and kind of just give all of your latent, usually anxious attention to this one thing. That, to me, is a great joy.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @vcunningham vinson.nyc Cunningham on Longform Cunningham's New Yorker archive 04:00 "’The Suit’ at BAM" (Brooklyn Paper • Jan 2013) 04:00 "Label Maker: Edward Buchanan" (Nylon Guys • Mar 2015) 09:00 circlejerk.live 11:00 Jeremy O. Harris’ plays 11:00 "How Are Audiences Adapting to the Age of Virtual Theatre?" (New Yorker • Oct 2020) 18:00 "The Season of Russell Westbrook and a New Era in N.B.A. Fandom" (New Yorker • Apr 2017) 25:00 Cunningham's McSweeney’s archive 25:00 "The Flies in Kehinde Wiley’s Milk" (The Awl • Jun 2015) 25:00 "Can Black Art Ever Escape the Politics of Race?" (New York Times Magazine • Aug 2015) 25:00 "How Chris Jackson is Building a Black Literary Movement" (New York Times Magazine • Feb 2016) 27:00 "Stephon Marbury Has His Own Story to Tell" (New Yorker • Apr 2020) 28:00 "The Playful, Political Art of Sanford Biggers" (New Yorker • Jan 2018) 29:00 WTF with Marc Maron 32:00 "Tracy Morgan Turns the Drama of His Life into Comedy" (New Yorker • May 2019) 36:00 Redd Foxx party albums 38:00 Alexandra Schwartz’ New Yorker archive 41:00 Simon Parkin on Longform 41:00 Adrian Chen on Longform 42:00 "The Many Lives of Steven Yeun" (Jay Caspian Kang • New York Times Magazine • Feb 2021) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
60 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 428: Katie Engelhart
Katie Engelhart is a journalist and the author of the new book The Inevitable: Dispatches on the Right to Die. “Billions of dollars of government money goes to the nursing home industry every year. And nobody has a nursing home correspondent. Nobody has an assisted living correspondent…. That's wild to me. As a journalist, someone tells me, Oh, there's an industry. It's hugely underregulated. It's getting billions of dollars a year. It is not super-accountable for that money. Who wouldn't want to cover that?” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @katieenglehart katieengelhart.com Engelhart on Longform 00:00 The Inevitable: Dispatches on the Right to Die (St. Martin’s Press • 2021) 00:00 "What Happened in Room 10?" (California Sunday • Aug 2020) 02:00 "Her Time" (California Sunday • Mar 2019) 03:00 "Time to Die" (Vice) 18:00 "Adam Maier-Clayton's controversial right-to-die campaign" (Stuart Hughes • BBC News • Jul 2017) 34:00 Engehart's Maclean’s archive 35:00 "Papal Chatter in Vatican City" (Maclean’s • Feb 2013) 35:00 "Why the Higgs Boson Discovery Changed Everything" (Kate Lunau and Katie Engelhart • Maclean’s • Jul 2012) 35:00 "Behind the Lines in Ukraine" (Maclean’s • Jan 2014) 35:00 "Royal Baby Dispatches: 'It's a Prince!'" (Maclean’s • Jul 2013) 37:00 Engelhart's Vice archive 39:00 "How France Has Changed One Year After The Paris Terrorist Attack" (Vice • Nov 2016) 39:00 "Lithuania Thinks the Russians Are Coming — and It's Preparing with Wargames" (Vice • May 2015) 39:00 "Why Record Numbers of Ukrainian Jews Are Fleeing to Israel" (Vice • Mar 2016) 39:00 Left Field (NBC) 44:00 "The Coronavirus’s Rampage Through a Suburban Nursing Home " (Jack Healy and Serge F. Kovaleski • New York Times • May 2020) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
60 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 427: Luke Mogelson
Luke Mogelson is a journalist and fiction writer whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, and other publications. His latest feature is ”Among the Insurrectionists.” “Get to the front and document as much as you can. ... I think my approach is much more similar to photographers than other writers. I spend a lot of time with photographers and ... I feel like I've gotten pretty good at getting myself into situations where there's few or maybe no other writers around, but there's always a bunch of photographers…. I try to get in right behind the first photographers.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: 06:00 Paul Ford on Longform Podcast 07:00 "Death of a Mountain" (Erik Reece • Harper’s • Apr 2005) [pdf] 11:00 "Prison break: How Michigan Managed to Empty Its Penitentiaries While Lowering Its Crime Rate" (Washington Monthly • 2010) 16:00 "A Beast in the Heart of Every Fighting Man" (New York Times Magazine • Apr 2011) 26:00 Mujib Mashal's New York Times archive 27:00 "The Impossible Refugee Boat Lift to Christmas Island" (New York Times Magazine • Nov 2013) 38:00 "Jesus Plus Nothing" (Jeff Sharlet • Harper’s • Mar 2003) 38:00 "My Four Months As a Private Prison Guard" (Shane Bauer • Mother Jones • Jul 2016) 38:00 "Guarding Sing Sing" (Ted Conover • New Yorker • Mar 2000) 39:00 "Among the Insurrectionists" (New Yorker • Jan 2021) 47:00 "In the Streets with Antifa" (New Yorker • Oct 2020) 49:00 "Armed Protesters Demonstrate Against Covid-19 Lockdown at Michigan Capitol" (Lois Beckett • Guardian • Apr 2020) 50:00 "America’s Abandonment of Syria" (New Yorker • Apr 2020) 50:00 "The Shattered Afghan Dream of Peace" (New Yorker • Oct 2019) 51:00 "In Minneapolis, Protesters Confront the Police—And One Another" (New Yorker • May 2020) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
58 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 426: Mirin Fader
Mirin Fader is a staff writer for The Ringer. “Nobody ever makes it makes it, right? You make it, and every day, you have to keep making it. That’s how I feel. Would I be the reporter I am if I wasn’t like that? I’m afraid to see what happens if I’m not. I’m afraid what type of reporter or writer I’ll be if I take my foot off the gas.” Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @MirinFadermirinfader.comFader on Longform03:00 Fader's Orange County Register archive04:00 Lee Jenkins’ Sports Illustrated archive04:00 Longform Podcast #421: Wright Thompson06:00 Fader's Bleacher Report archive14:00 "How Mo’ne Davis Made Her Hoop Dreams Come True: Inside Life After Little League" (Bleacher Report • Feb 2017)14:00 "The LaMelo Show" (Bleacher Report • Feb 2018)17:00 "Walk-on Becomes X-factor For Titans' Men's Soccer" (OC Register • Nov 2016)29:00 "What Tyler Skaggs Left Behind" (Bleacher Report • Sept 2020)42:00 Gary Smith on Longform47:00 "LaVar Ball: Lakers 'don't want to play for' Luke Walton" (Jeff Goodman • ESPN • Jan 2018)50:00 "The Life of LaMelo" (Bleacher Report • Nov 2019)50:00 "Nothing Can Faze Davante Adams" (Bleacher Report • Aug 2018)50:00 "Davante Adams Is Peaking in Every Way Possible" (Bleacher Report • Jan 2021)51:00 "The Metamorphosis of Brandon Ingram" (Bleacher Report • Oct 2018)51:00 "Brandon Ingram Through the Fire" (Bleacher Report • Nov 2019)56:00 Giannis: The Improbable Rise of an NBA MVP (Hachette • 2021)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
47 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 425: Stephanie Clifford
Stephanie Clifford is an investigative journalist and novelist who has written for The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and many other publications. Her most recent article is "The Journalist and the Pharma Bro." “I think your job as a journalist—particularly with people who are in vulnerable situations or people who are not used to press—is to explain what the fallout might be." Thanks to Mailchimp for sponsoring this week's episode. Show notes: @stephcliff stephanieclifford.net Clifford on Longform Clifford's New York Times archive 02:00 "The Journalist and the Pharma Bro" (Elle • Dec 2020) 05:00 Everybody Rise (St. Martin’s Press • 2015) 15:00 "The Inside Story of MacKenzie Scott, the Mysterious 60-Billion-Dollar Woman" (Marker • Oct 2020) 26:00 "When the Misdiagnosis Is Child Abuse" (Atlantic • Aug 2020) 27:00 "He Cyberstalked Teen Girls for Years—Then They Fought Back" (Wired • Oct 2019) 33:00 "The First Year Out" (Marie Claire • Jun 2020) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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