smokler / Kevin Smokler

Kevin Smokler is the author of essay collection "Practical Classics: 50 Reasons the Reread 50 Books you Haven’t Touched Since High School" (2013) and the editor of "Bookmark Now: Writing in Unreaderly Times," A San Francisco Chronicle Notable Book of 2005. His work has appeared in the LA Times, Fast Company, Paid Content, The San Francisco Chronicle, Publishers Weekly and on National Public Radio.

He’s also a complete freak for radio.

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  1. American Anthems NPR Series: Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd.

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  2. NPR 100 Songs of the Century: ‘Fine And Mellow’ by Billie Holiday.

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  3. What Does Civility Mean in These Troubled Times?

    Episode 1 of an NPR Special Series

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  4. Kimberly Drew On Making Art Radically Accessible For All: What’s Good from NPR

    Writer, art activist and cultural curator Kimberly Drew (known as MuseumMammy on social media) is still early into her career, but she’s already making a mark as a champion of black artists and museum accessibility.

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  5. David Thomas – Fight bias with content strategy

    At Confab 2019, David Thomas gave a main-stage talk on the role of cognitive bias in content strategy and offered ideas on how to avoid it in our work.

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  6. The History Chicks profile Babe Didrikson Zaharias

    aka the greatest female athlete of all time

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  7. NPR 100 Songs of the Century: Adagio for Strings, Samuel Barber


    Tagged with npr 100

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  8. Like A Virgin’ Lives On, A Winking Anthem For Women Getting Married: NPR’s American Anthem Series

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  9. The Well Woman Podcast: Julie Shapiro of Radiotopia

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  10. “Will The Circle Be Unbroken” as part of NPR Music’s American Anthem’s series

    In the spring of 2010, a flood ravaged the building that is home to Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House, closing it for months of repairs. When members of the Opry finally returned to the stage that fall, no song could have captured the moment better than "Will the Circle Be Unbroken." Brad Paisley and the late Little Jimmy Dickens, country stars half a century apart in age, led the singalong as their cohorts streamed from the wings to join them.

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