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  1. WTF with Marc Maron Podcast: Episode 726 - Chuck Klosterman

    Writer Chuck Klosterman is always thinking. That’s a good thing because his latest book is called "What If We’re Wrong?" and you don’t want someone who doesn’t think raising that question. Marc and Chuck break down the ideas in the book by going all the way back to Chuck’s childhood and leading up to present day to find out if things are better or worse now. Their conclusions are not as bleak as you might think. This episode is sponsored by Squarespace, Seeso, Audible, and Ring.

    http://wtfpod.libsyn.com/episode-726-chuck-klosterman

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  2. Klosterman à la Carte

    With songs now an easy 99 cent download from iTunes, writers want to see if they can’t also cash in. Chuck Klosterman, author of "Sex, Drugs and Cocoa Puffs," "Eating the Dinosaur," and "Fargo Rock City” joins us to explain why he’s embracing this new model.

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  3. Chuck Klosterman on But What If We’re Wrong

    Chuck Klosterman, author of But What If We’re Wrong, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the possibility that things we hold to be undeniably true may turn out to be totally false in the future. This wide-ranging conversation covers music and literary reputations, fundamentals of science, and issues of self-deception and illusion.

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  4. The Ten Rules of Rock and Roll - RN Fora Radio - 16 December 2009

    For years Robert Forster was a singer and songwriter with the band the Go Betweens. They were the critic’s darlings. Now Robert Forster is, himself, a music critic. And author of The "Ten Rules of Rock and Roll". He shares his thoughts on everyone from The Monkees, to Nana Mouskouri and Delta Goodrem. Robert Forster is interviewed by Courier Mail journalist, Matt Cononors at the Avid Reader bookshop in Brisbane.

    http://www.abc.net.au/rn/foraradio/stories/2009/2772384.htm

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