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This feature—a question-and-answer session with a person from sports/entertainment/politics/whatever—will appear every week on If you have any suggestions/ideas for people to speak with, hit me up at I’m listening. Oh, and for the full categorization of every Quaz, click here.


Kim Lionetti

Print is dying! Print is dying! Print is dying! Or … is it? A literary agent with a roster of clients and hope for the future speaks up and stands up for the written word.


Leigh Montville

Thanks to a fifth grade teacher in New Haven, one of America’s great sports writers came to be. His new book, “Sting Like a Bee,” adds texture to Muhammad Ali’s legacy—and serves as yet another reminder of the power of well-crafted journalism.


Ryan Stoodley

He was inspired to join the United States Marine Corps because of 9.11. He was forced to leave because of a brain tumor. Meet a hero, a patriot and a man who owns an autographed Amy Jo Johnson glossy.


Michael Rothstein

He covers the Detroit Lions for ESPN. He survived the cuts. He writes with passion, with precision, with oomph. And, young scribes, he’s here to help (and ready for your e-mails. Really—


Anne Stockwell

She has been diagnosed with cancer not once … not twice … but three different times. So how has the former magazine editor responded? By coaching survivors—and refusing to back down.


Lady Valencia

This former dungeon dweller enjoys physically hurting men and making them hurt themselves. But she’s a sucker for a tall peppermint mocha.

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