Starlee Kine is a contributor to This American Life and the New York Times Magazine.
"There's a fearlessness I had when I was younger that I don't have now ... It threw me into a crisis, the Internet in general. You're more cautious about what you kind of have out there. There's that, that I just don't want people to know every single thing anymore, but there's [also] an inner fear that did not exist before, an inner censoring that was not there."
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- Kine's archive on This American Life
- "Dr. Phil" (This American Life • August 2007)
- "Where's Walter?" (This American Life • February 2005)
- Kine's archive at the New York Times
- Journalism Is Not Narcissism (Hamilton Nolan • Gawker • January 2013)
- Elizabeth Wurtzel Confronts Her One-Night Stand of a Life (Elizabeth Wurtzel • New York • January 2013)