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From the January, 2018 issue
Most people know the Moth through the Moth Radio Hour. National Public Radio latched onto this quirky gem--where amateurs tell stories on a given theme--in 2009, but it began a decade before it became a radio show, in the living room of poet George Dawes Greene, who wanted to revive the Southern custom of porch-sitting and tale-swapping (while moths banged at
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