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Buzz Bissinger

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  • Father's Day: A Journey into the Mind and Heart of My Extraordinary Son | Buzz Bissinger

    Father's Day: A Journey into the Mind and Heart of My Extraordinary Son

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 55 mins)
    • By Buzz Bissinger
    • Narrated By Buzz Bissinger
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    Buzz Bissinger’s twins were born three minutes—and a world—apart. Gerry, the older one, is a graduate student at Penn, preparing to become a teacher. His brother Zach has spent his life attending special schools. He’ll never drive a car, or kiss a girl, or live by himself. He is a savant, challenged by serious intellectual deficits but also blessed with rare talents: an astonishing memory, a dazzling knack for navigation, and a reflexive honesty that can make him both socially awkward and surprisingly wise.

    Gillian says: "Don't Expect Fuzzy and Warm"
  • Esteemed Writers: Buzz Bissinger | Ron Barr

    Esteemed Writers: Buzz Bissinger

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    • By Ron Barr
    • Narrated By Ron Barr, Buzz Bissinger
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    Ron Barr interviews Pulitzer Prize winner Buzz Bissinger about he came up with the title of the book, the mystique of Mickey Mantle and Mickey Mantle’s relationship with his father. This interview took place on November 30th, 2012.

  • The Goodbye | Buzz Bissinger

    The Goodbye

    • UNABRIDGED (17 mins)
    • By Buzz Bissinger
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    Bill Buford spends a wild night in the park; Jonathan Safran Foer envisions it as a tiny, transplanted piece of a mythical Sixth Borough; and Marie Winn answers definitively Holden Caulfield's question of where the ducks go when the park's ponds freeze over. There are bird sightings and fish sightings; Jackie Kennedy and James Brown sightings; and pieces by Colson Whitehead, Paul Auster, and Francine Prose. This vibrant collection presents Central Park in all its many-faceted glory, a 51-block swath of special magic.

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