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Editor’s Roundtable: Manufactured to Go Viral (Podcast)
On our July 26, 2019 roundtable episode of the Longreads Podcast, Audience Editor Catherine Cusick, Editor-in-Chief Mike Dang, and Senior Editor Kelly Stout share what they’ve been reading and nominate stories for the Weekly Top 5 Longreads.
This week, the editors discuss stories in Pacific Standard, The Paris Review, and Topic.
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3:37 “Losing The News.” (Brent Cunningham, July 23, 2019, Pacific Standard)
13:05 “The Crane Wife.” (CJ Hauser, July 16, 2019, The Paris Review)
23:59 “The Teens Who Play Dead to Save Lives.” (Andy Wright, July 2019, Topic)
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