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David Boyer is a writer and radio producer. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Might and Salon, and he's published two oral histories KINGS & QUEENS: QUEERS AT THE PROM (Soft Skull Press), an alternative LGBT teen history, and BACHERLOR PARTY CONFIDENTIAL (Simon & Schuster), a behind-the-scenes look at that ritual. In 2013, Boyer was an Audio Academy Fellow at KALW in San Francisco. Most recently, he received grants from California Humanities and the San Francisco Arts Commission to work on THE INTERSECTION. He is also a freelance copywriter and an IDEAMAN!.
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This audio series looks at our changing cities through the lens of different street intersections.
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JONATHAN DAVIS, ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
Jonathan Davis is an associate producer on the The Intersection and a radio freelancer in the Bay Area. He joins us after serving as a fellow with KALW (a NPR-affiliate station in San Francisco) as part of their Summer Journalism Program. Previously, he was as a reporter and producer with KPFA, the Pacifica Network’s outpost in Berkeley, CA. Jonathan comes to storytelling with the lenses of business, social and economic justice, psychedelia and sustainability studies.