Andrei Codrescu Poet, essayist and novelist Andrei Codrescu has been contributing commentaries to NPR's award-winning newsmagazine All Things Considered since 1983. During this time, he's also reported from Romania, Cuba and New Orleans.
When The TV Set Goes Dark, One Soundtrack Replaces Another
Despite Guinness And Google, Some Barroom Questions Go Unanswered
To Buy Or Not To Buy A Bookstore, And Some Considerations
Is There Any Meaning In Poet Seamus Heaney's Last Text?
What's Behind Romania's Church Building Spree?
The Future Is Here! Is It 1950?
An Argument For Living The Inner Life Without Your Own Thoughts
Qatari Poet Sentenced To Life In Prison For Writing
Remembering A Great Literary Translator
Dusty Pretzels A Relic Of Romania's 'Folk Capitalism'
50 Years Later, New Dog Replaces A Long-Lost Friend
A Look Back At MSNBC's Heady Early Days
Finding The Real America While Driving To Visit Mom
High-Tech Cars Smother Their Drivers
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