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Roll out the holly, deck the halls, slice up the fruitcake because beloved Wall Street Journal sports columnist and author of LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, Jason Gay is joining Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show.
Gay joined The Wall Street Journal in 2009, writing a several-times-a-week column which shifts regularly from irreverent topics to more serious themes. He has covered events ranging from the Super Bowl and the Olympics to the Masters and the Tour de France. He has written for publications including Vogue, GQ, Rolling Stone, and the New York Observer. He has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, the National Headliner Awards, the New York Press Club and the New York News Publishers Association. At once smart, irreverent, quirky, funny, witty, droll, and more his wit and insight are now brilliantly displayed in his new well received book: LITTLE VICTORIES, PERFECT RULES FOR IMPERFECT LIVING, which is own mom proclaimed to be “not bad.”
The inimitable Jason Gay visits The Halli Casser-Jayne Show because we need a little Christmas cheer. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.
A night of hot topics! Join HWTP’s Legal Analyst David Weinstein and Christopher Clarey, The New York Times (International) Chief sports correspondent and columnist, in an all Tennis discussion.
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What do you get if you cross a syndicated newspaper columnist with a business book author on a Pearson imprint with an entrepreneur who owns Pro Blog Service and novelist who's the Spring 2016 writer-in-residence at the Jack Kerouac House in Orlando, Florida?
Erik Deckers, this week’s guest of Behind the Prose.
I interviewed Erik in August, just before he relocated to Florida. (Ironically, he was already planning a move there just before learning that he won the coveted residency).
By now, I’m sure he’s settled in and enjoying the “vibrant literary community” of Orlando that he talks about in this episode.
But before we get to the Kerouac Project, we go through his decades long career as a humor columnist and his book deals on Que Publishing.
In this interview you’ll also learn:
The rhetorical move he started using in his humor and now can’t stop
How travel writing led him to making an activist move that sent one of his posts viral and cost him a job
His trick to churning out content on a weekly basis
There’s also some discussion of Pluto. And if you listened to Sean Ennis’ episode, you might find this kinda spooky. Well, it is Halloween week. Or maybe I’m just subconsciously drawing this Pluto stuff to me. (Remember the Reading-Updike-Keillor thing?)
Either way, like Erik’s buddy Karl the Curmudgeon, I’m still kinda mad about Pluto too. Get show links at behindtheprose.com.
Do not miss my provocative conversation with esteemed Jerusalem Post columnist Dr. Martin Sherman!
Join David, Bill and special guest Michelle Kaufman, Miami Herald sports columnist, LIVE this Wednesday at 9PM EDT. Read Kaufman's terrific article on Serena Williams, On the cusp of historic feat, Serena Williams wouldn’t change a thing
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/tennis/article32685426.html#storylink=cpy
"Writer Tom Purcell looks at the funny side of growing up in the '70s in Pittsburgh, as well as offering insights about how to become a professional writer"
Tonight Vinny and Terry look back at the game against the Arizona State Sun Devils and look ahead to the game this weekend against the Ohio State Buckeyes up in Brooklyn, NY.
In the first hour Jen Smith of the Herald-Leader will join us at 6:20 to talk UK Football and the UK Hoop Cats as they get set to face Duke.
At 7:00 University of Evansville Athletic Director Mark Spencer will stop by and talk about the Aces.
We'll also talk NBA, bowl games, NFL and tons more! Tune in, tweet us at @CatsTalkWed, call us at (845)277-9373
The WSE Lounge Proudly Welcomes Mike Mooneyham
Assistant Sports Editor, Columnist at The Post and Courier
Charleston, South Carolina
This should be a great interview with a man with so much knowledge of sports. If you have a Question for Mike please call 773-897-6289 press 1 to be in hosts view.
Join David and Bill with special guest awarding winning journalist Nancy Amour. Whether it has been lower body injuries, head injuries, or the treatment for those injuries, it seems like the NFL is primarily interested in the financial bottom line of the league and not the health or lives of the individual players. Weigh in tomorrow evening at 9PM ET.
Nancy Armour is a columnist for USA TODAY Sports Media Group. The award-winning journalist moved to USA TODAY in January 2014 after more than 20 years with The Associated Press. She has covered almost every major sporting event, including every Olympics since 1996 and the last five World Cups.
Read her articles here: http://www.usatoday.com/staff/7439/nancy-armour/
Author and columnist Ken Solin is a boomer Dating Expert for The Huffington Post, AARP, About.com, and Maria Shriver, and also writes about boomer sex and relationships. Ken’s new book, The Boomer Guide To Finding True Love Online offers real-life boomer dating solutions based on Ken’s online dating experience and the experiences of tens of thousands of readers who comment on his articles. His relationship philosophy is simple. “You can’t think your way through a relationship. You have to feel your way.”
Ken’s website: http://www.kensolin.com
Ken’s new book: http://amzn.to/1uhvOMJ
Former WWE/WCW star "Hurricane" Helms returns to the Livecast to talk live with PWTorch columnist Pat McNeill with your live calls and emails to email@example.com.
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Huffington Post columnist Rachel Thompson and Critic/writer/columnist for Night Owl Magazine and Affaire De Couer Bennet Pomerantz discuss media topics with guest. Tonight's guest is filmmaker, actress and poet Jeanne Marie Spicuzza
She is the writer and star of the Indy film The Scarapist, which has been getting rave reviews. She also will be discussing her new book project and film project she is working on
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