Your favorite Salon essays on "The Story" from American Public Media

Our new partnership with the great radio program offers you more ways to enjoy our first-person pieces

By Sarah Hepola

Published April 18, 2011 10:54PM (EDT)

We're pleased to announce a new partnership with "The Story," a terrific radio show produced by APM and carried on NPR stations across the country. Now, fans of Salon's personal essays can enjoy them in another medium -- as the authors recount their own tales to host Dick Gordon.

The partnership is a natural fit: "The Story" offers fascinating first-person accounts on engaging, timely topics, much like Salon has since its inception. Though "The Story" has run pieces inspired by our Life section before, today marks the launch of our official alliance, as Marcelle Soviero, author of "Making peace at my ex-husband's Seder," offers a poignant account of interfaith marriage and life after divorce. Listen to Soviero tell her tale on "The Story" by clicking here.

Find when "The Story" is playing on your local public radio station here, or subscribe to the podcast.

Sarah Hepola

Sarah Hepola is the author of the New York Times bestselling memoir, "Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget."

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