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.

There are nine people in smokler’s collective.

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  1. NPR Series: Play it Forward: Caribou On ‘Suddenly’ And The Inspirational Beauty Of Glenn Copeland

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  2. ATC: Feisty. Ambitious. Lucky. Female Writers On The Words That Undermine Women

    Pretty Bitches, edited by Lizzie Skurnick, examines how everyday language creates double standards in the workplace, raises unrealistic expectations about how women should behave and look, and punishes them when they step outside the bounds.

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  3. NPR 100 Songs of the 20th Century: Wizard of Oz

    Author John Fricke tells the stories behind the beloved classic songs of The Wizard of Oz.

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  4. NPR American Anthems: ‘I Will Survive’ Saves Marginalized People A Spot On The Dance Floor

    This story is part of American Anthem, a yearlong series on songs that rouse, unite, celebrate and call to action. Find more at

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  5. Muhammed Ali on Studs Turkel’s Radio Program

    Nov. 26, 1975

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  6. Feminist Survival Project: Episode 05: What’s Your Something Larger?


    Tagged with feminism

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  7. Poet Terrance Hayes interviewed on Rachel Zucker’s “Commonplace” podcast

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  8. Sidney Poitier on the Studs Turkel Radio Program

    Oct 1, 1959

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  9. The Story Of The American Classic Arcade Museum: WBUR Boston

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  10. Mike Royko and Herman Kogan talk with Studs Terkel | The WFMT Studs Terkel Radio Archive | A Living Celebration

    Discussing Studs’ book "Division Street: America" published by Pantheon officially available January 16, 1967 and being interviewed by Herman Kogan and author-journalist Mike Royko.

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