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Inside Stories

Writer Paul VanDeCarr's blog and podcast about forms of storytelling -- journalism, genealogy, psychology, film, literature, walking tours and more. Regularly updated blog features commentary, short interviews, links to current articles on storytelling, and occasional videos. A thrice-monthly podcast of 10-15 minutes features interviews, stories and more. [LINK]

 

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