Winner of over a hundred awards, including ACLU and NAACP awards for significant service to the community, Alan's commentaries have been a regular staple of NPR's "All Things Considered" and "Morning Edition." A regular contributor to the Eugene Weekly, he has also written articles appearing in the New York Times and Northwest Magazine. He currently hosts and produces "Critical Mass," the award-winning listener call-in talk show heard Sundays on KLCC.
In the skewed environment of greed, political correctness and compromised social objectives Americans currently experience, it has been noted that while nonfiction is about relating facts, fiction is sometimes the place where one can tell the truth. Inspired by the raw-edged muse of experience garnered while covering hate-crimes, forest fires and other news particular to the Northwest and its people, Alan has crossed the not-always distinct divide between journalism and fiction.
It is an honor to present Alan Siporin...
Commentaries can be found at: www.klcc.org/listen/SiporinComm.html