Emily Bazelon is a staff writer at the New York Times Magazine and the author of Sticks and Stones.
"There’s nothing purely, or maybe even at all, altruistic about this exchange. It’s transactional in the Janet Malcolm classical sense, but also in the emotional sense. There is a way in which I’m super open. I take in these experiences. They keep me up at night. They really get inside me. But then, I'm also using them to craft whatever I’m working on."
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- Bazelon on Longform
- [17:30] "What Really Happened to Phoebe Prince?" (Slate • July 2010)
- [25:45] Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy (2013 • Random House)
- [27:15] "The Price of a Stolen Childhood" (New York Times Magazine • Jan 2013)
- [37:45] Double X
- [41:00] Political Gabfest
- [45:00] Bazelon on Colbert Report (Mar 2012)
- [46:00] Bazelon’s television appearances
- [47:45] "The Dawn of the Post-Clinic Abortion" (New York Times Magazine • Aug 2014)
- [57:30] "A Long Day’s Journey Into Haircut" (Walter Kirn • New York Times • Apr 2003)
- [58:00] "Review: Redeeming the Dream, on Marriage Equality by David Boies and Theodore Olson" (Washington Post • Jun 2014)