Monday, February 13, 2012

Storycorps love stories

  • All There Is: Love Stories From StoryCorps (The Penguin Press), by Dave Isay: A new collection of love stories, published just in time for Valentines Day, is so sweet even Cupid would swoon.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • Love worked with Isay at the Atlanta office of his StoryCorps project. In the organizations new book, All There Is: Love Stories From StoryCorps, everyday people narrate their personal experiences with love.
  • (NPR News)
  • The stories, which are fact checked, were collected in two earlier books: Listening is an Act of Love (2007) and Mom (2010). Details are at StoryCorps.org. When Ruben met Rachel, it was because of an errant e-mail. He lived in Waco, Texas.
  • (Pensacola News Journal)
  • What is she covering now? A StoryCorps Take on Love: Valentines Day is fast approaching. All of us have a love story to share; the love for our parents or friends, affection for a lover or our children. Many people have recorded their love stories for NPRs StoryCorps.
  • (KUOW)
  • As founder of StoryCorps, David Isay has dedicated his career to preserving an oral history of the United States.
  • (Willdo.philadelphiaweekly.com)
  • Now her poignant words -- and the details of the love story she shared with Sean -- live on in the pages of a new book that collected part of the transcript of her interview with the StoryCorps project.
  • (in her words - TMCnet)
  • Join Greenlight in celebrating the launch of his new book, All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps. The stories pain pictures of love and marriage from the revolutionary oral history project, which reveals the many remarkable paths that relationships can take.
  • (Patch)
  • I would love to get to know her. So the two parents went to work on another plan, one that was a little more subtle.
  • (NPR News)
  • All There Is: Love Stories from StoryCorps by Dave Isay.
  • (Digital Journal)
  • Love Stories for StoryCorps," (The Penguin Press, 151 pages, $24.95) published this week. "We always heard the story growing up," says Linda Velarde.
  • (Buffalo News)

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