The Art of Stories: A Twitterscript of Dave Isay

Saturday, March 22, 2014 - 10:34am
The Art of Stories: A Twitterscript of Dave Isay

We live-tweeted our interview with the founder of StoryCorps. The takeaway? Some real gems from a life spent listening to and recording others.

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Mariah Helgeson (@mariahism),  associate producer for On Being
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Commuters walk past the StoryCorps sound booth at Grand Central Station in New York City. StoryCorps is an oral history project that enables people to interview imortant people in their lives and receive a CD recording. The interview is then placed in the collection of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress.

Credit: Stephen Chernin License: Getty Images.
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Mariah Helgeson is an associate producer at On Being. She earned a degree in International Affairs with concentrations in the Middle East and Conflict Resolution from George Washington University. She grew up in Minnesota and was a program associate at the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network. When she’s not submerged in a good book she might be found laughing with her teenage sisters or playing chamber music.

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