Dispatches | November 08, 2016
An Interview with Scott Carrier
This week on The Missouri Review Soundbooth Podcast we chat with independent writer/radio producer Scott Carrier. His written work has appeared in Harper’s, Rolling Stone, GQ, Esquire, and Mother Jones. He has produced radio stories for various public radio programs including All Things Considered, This American Life, and Marketplace. In 2006, Carrier won a Peabody Award for his story “Crossing Borders,” about immigrants who attempt illegal desert crossings and the border patrol tasked with stopping them. His latest work can be found on his podcast, Home of the Brave.
Interview conducted by Will Moore.
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