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George Dawes Green

founder of The Moth

George Dawes Green appears in the following:

The Moth

Friday, September 06, 2013

Catherine Burns, artistic director of The Moth, its founder George Dawes Green, and contributor Dr. George Lombardi discuss the art of telling stories. The book The Moth presents 50 spellbinding, soul-bearing stories selected from the extensive archive.

 

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The Moth Radio Hour

Saturday, January 22, 2011

A socialite-turned social activist inherits her mother's hunting trophy collection (Bokara Legendre), a hospital orderly with an attitude problem is put to the test (Jon Levin) and Tony Hendra takes us on the set of the groundbreaking hilarious 1984 mockumentary "This Is Spinal Tap." Hosted by Moth founder George Dawes Green.   

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The Moth Radio Hour

Saturday, June 05, 2010

A prisoner in a small town lock-up gets sprung on a promise; a man desperate for a cure for depression travels to Africa to try a tribal remedy; and novelist/screenwriter Richard Price ("Clockers," "Lush Life," "The Wire") gets a lesson in interrogation in the back of a NYC cop car.

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New York City Thrillers

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Reggie Nadelson, author of Londongrad; Lee Child, author of Gone Tomorrow; and George Dawes Green, author of Ravens talk to us about writing crime thrillers set in New York City. From picking a setting to characters and story development.

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The Page-Turner Returns

Friday, August 21, 2009

After writing two bestselling thrillers, George Dawes Green took a 14 year break. Now he's back with the suspense novel Ravens. "I love to write about urgent perilous situations," he tells Kurt, "because I think in those situations people's humanity will be revealed."

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New York City Thrillers

Monday, August 10, 2009

Reggie Nadelson, author of Londongrad; Lee Child, author of Gone Tomorrow; and George Dawes Green, author of Ravens talk to us about writing crime thrillers set in New York City. From picking a setting to characters and story development.

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