‘How to Give Great Oral History’: Writing and Publishing Tips from Mark Yarm

Posted on 19/09/2011 by


This post is another article signposting, this time to a piece in The Wall Street Journal.

With the considerable rise  in using oral history as a way to write “popular” and accessible histories of people, trends, events and phenomena, and in this case, music,  Mark Yarm, author of the well-received Everybody Loves Our Town: An Oral History of Grunge shares some lessons he learnt from using oral history to write his book:

How to Give Great Oral History from The Wall Street Journal
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