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Matt Tullis Interviews Justin Heckert About \"The Girl Who Feels No Pain\"

Journalist Justin Heckert discusses his story "The Hazards of Growing Up Painlessly" with Ashland University journalism professor Matt Tullis in this podcast. Heckert's story chronicles the life of 13-year-old Ashlyn Blocker, who suffers from congenital insensitivity to pain. The story was published Read More...

\"The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever\" Interview with Michael J. Mooney

In this podcast, Matt Tullis, Journalism Professor at Ashland University, interviews Michael J. Mooney about his piece in D Magazine, "The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever," which has garnered attention as one of the best pieces of nonfiction in 2012.Read "The Most Amazing Bowling Story Ever" by Mich Read More...

Brian Mockenhaupt and \"The Living and the Dead\"

During the River Teeth Nonfiction Conference this weekend, Matt Tullis, Journalism and Digital Media professor at Ashland University, interviewed Brian Mockenhaupt about his Byliner.com article, "The Living and the Dead." The story chronicles the traumatic experience of a group of Marines in Afghan Read More...

Stephen Rodrick and \"The Misfits\"

Stephen Rodrick wrote the cover story for the Jan. 10 issue of The New York Times Magazine. The story was titled "The Misfits," in print, but online, thanks to search engine optimization, it was called "Here is what happens when you cast Lindsay Lohan in your movie." Rodrick was embedded with the ca Read More...

Luke Dittrich and \"The Prophet\"

Luke Dittrich has been writing for Esquire for about six years. In that time, he's written about a man who lived most of his life with no memory (a man who was also treated by Dittrich's grandfather), the Penn State scandal and the Joplin, Missouri, tornado that killed 160 people. That last story wo Read More...

Jason Fagone on \"Has Carl June Found a Key to Fighting Cancer?\"

Jason Fagone, a Philadelphia-based journalist, writes about science, sports and culture for Wired magazine and Philadelphia magazine. Fagone’s work has also appeared in GQ, Esquire, The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic, Slate and Deadspin.Fagone’s most recent story in Philadelphia m Read More...

Janet Reitman on \"Jahar\'s World\"

In this podcast, Matt Tullis interviews Janet Reitman, contributing editor at Rolling Stone, about her story "Jahar's World," from the July 2013 issue of Rolling Stone.  Listen to the podcast.Janet Reitman is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and is the author of Inside Scientology: The St Read More...

Search and Research: A Discovery Process

In this presentation from the 2013 River Teeth Nonfiction Conference, Hope Edelman and Sonya Huber discuss "Search and Research: A Discovery Process," a conversation about research in essay and in memoir, how each writer approaches research, and techniques for researching.Listen to the audio file he Read More...

Wright Thompson

In this podcast, Matt Tullis talks with Wright Thompson, a senior writer for ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine. Thompson is widely regarded as one of the top literary sports journalists in the country. His work has been featured in seven editions of Best American Sports Writing. This year, his story "U Read More...

Podcast with John Woodrow Cox

This week on Gangrey The Podcast, John Woodrow Cox of the Tampa Bay Times talks about writing short narratives. Cox has been with the newspaper since 2011, where he is a general assignment reporter in Pinellas County. He covers breaking news and has led long-term investigations into frivolous govern Read More...

Podcast with Jeanne Marie Laskas

On the most recent Gangrey: The Podcast, Matt Tullis talks with Jeanne Marie Laskas, a correspondent for GQ and the director of The Writing Program at the University of Pittsburgh.She is the author of six books, including her latest, “Hidden America,” as well as the award-winning trilogy Read More...

Podcast with Michael Kruse

On the most recent Gangrey: The Podcast, Matt Tullis talks with Michael Kruse, staff writer on the enterprise team at the Tampa Bay Times. In October and November, Kruse published a three-part series titled “The Last Voyage of the Bounty.” It chronicled a tall wooden ship bound for St. P Read More...

Podcast with Chris Jones

Chris Jones is a writer-at-large for Esquire, as well as a back-page columnist for ESPN The Magazine. Jones has twice won National Magazine Awards. In 2009, his story “The Things that Carried Him” won for feature writing.Jones is an expert profile writer. His 2010 piece on the late Roger Read More...

Podcast Interview with Mike Sager

Mike Sager is a bestselling author and award-winning reporter who has been called the beat poet of American journalism. He currently works as a writer at large for Esquire Magazine, and is also the editor and publisher of The Sager Group, a consortium of multimedia artists and writers.Sager recently Read More...

Podcast Interview with Wil S. Hylton

In this podcast, Matt Tullis talks with Wil S. Hylton, author of the book Vanished.Vanished focuses on the modern-day search for one American bomber that crashed over the Pacific Islands during World War II. That bomber carried 11 men, who for decades, were listed as missing in action. Finding Read More...

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