Telling a person’s story is not unlike being a biologist, says Jay Allison. “You go out in the world and encounter actual life and you collect it…and you bring it back and you study it and then you figure out how to present it,” he says. Allison, an independent journalist who produces the Moth Radio Hour.
Articles and assorted press clippings
Featured in ODEWIRE:
How storytelling feeds our craving for connection and social change.
Featured in CURRENT:
“If we can imagine it, why don’t we do it?”
From CENTER FOR ARTS POLICY COLUMBIA COLLEGE CHICAGO
“How Jay Allison went searching for sound and inspired a radio revolution”
By JILL EISENSTADT The New York Times – The twin towers came down silently. Or so it appeared on television. (04/07/2002)
by Valerie Gladstone The New York Times – “Public radio was just inventing itself,” Mr. Allison said, and in a sense so was he.
The Trinity College publication Mosaic in March, 2001.
The Boston Globe Magazine (03/2000)