UGA’s Moni Basu On the Power of Storytelling

In her 40 years as a reporter, Moni Basu has learned how to tell a good story. She’s covered presidential elections, natural disasters and the human stories of the war in Iraq.

Today, she tells me how she discovered the power of a good narrative and how she earned the nickname “Evil Reporter Chick” in Iraq.

Guest: Moni Basu, director of the University of Georgia’s narrative nonfiction MFA program.

Host: Jacqueline GaNun.


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