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Line Edit, supported by the John Templeton Foundation and hosted by long-time editor James Ryerson, is a show about writing short pieces for wide audiences about the big questions. Ryerson has been an editor at the New York Times since 2003, and before that, edited pieces for Legal Affairs, Lingua Franca, and Feed. On each episode of Line Edit, Ryerson sits down with an academic to discuss the life cycle of a popular piece they’ve published, from conception to pitching, writing, editing, publication, and response. Along the way, they’ll discuss advice for academics looking to communicate their work to the public, and dive into the details of the academic’s background, current, and future work.
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