Terry Gross and I talk pawnbrokers, payday lenders, and the sleazier side of subprime mortgages on NPR’s “Fresh Air” (35 mins)
“Marketplace”: me and Kai Ryssdal talk about how the working poor became big business (my segment starts at the 11:54 mark)
My two home towns: I’m treated to an hour on the radio with WNYC’s Leonard Lopate (1 hour)...
…and also with KQED’s Michael Krasny (1 hour)
I speak with Michael Eric Dyson for the new show he is hosting on NPR (15 mins)
Doug Henwood has me on “Behind the News,” the weekly show he hosts on the Pacifica network (20 mins.)
I speak with Hopeton Hay of “Economic Matters” in Austin (25 mins)
"I had a chance to talk on a number of local NPR affiliates across the country, from Los Angeles to New Hampshire, from Dallas and Houston to Wisconsin. I was on KPFA in San Francisco and KPFC in LA on the Pacifica network—twice. I spoke with Michael Ray Dresser for his show, “Dresser After Dark” and Gary Goldberg for “Money Matters.” I spent an hour talking with Jim Bohanon for “The Jim Bohanon Show” on the CBS radio network. I appeared on Bloomberg Radio’s Hay’s Advantage and The Insana Quotient, a nationally syndicated business talk radio show. I was on the “Lanigan & Malone Morning Show” on WMJI in Cleveland, Ohio and on KOPJ-AM in Portland, OR. The writer Ira Wood interviewed me on WOMR in Cape Cod."