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John Seabrook
Seabrook graduated from St. Andrew's School (DE) in 1976, Princeton University in 1981 and received an M.A. in English Literature from Oxford. He began his career writing about business and published in a wide variety of magazines and newspapers, including Harper's, Vanity Fair, GQ, The Nation, The Village Voice, and the Christian Science Monitor. To date, he has published four books besides contributing numerous articles to The New Yorker. A feature film based on his 2008 book Flash of Genius was released on October 3, 2008. His new book, The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory was published in October, 2015.
Seabrook at the 7 Moscow International Book Festival, 2012
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Essays and reporting
Critical studies and reviews of Seabrook's work
Foster, Hal (21 September 2000). "Slumming with rappers at the Roxy". London Review of Books. 22 (18): 16–18. Retrieved 2015-05-06.[11]
The song machine
Nathaniel Rich. "Hit Charade". The Atlantic (October 2015). Retrieved 24 September 2015.
  1. ^ YouTube.
  2. ^ Nolan Bushnell.
  3. ^ Michael Nesmith.
  4. ^ Inuit throat singer Tanya Tagaq.
  5. ^ Online version is titled "Game night with Laura Marling".
  6. ^ Title in the online table of contents is "Beyond 'Uptown Funk'".
  7. ^ Online version is titled "Behind the cellar door".
  8. ^ Online version is titled "Randy Newman contemplates the universe".
  9. ^ Online version is titled "Puerto Rico's Ortiz brothers light up horse racing".
  10. ^ Online version is titled "Can a Machine Learn to Write for The New Yorker?".
  11. ^ For comparison, see Peter Swirski's textbook on nobrow taste culture in America, From Lowbrow to Nobrow.
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