Elizabeth Nolan Brown Talks About Her Blockbuster Backpage Story on Sirius XM
Matt Welch interviews Brown (and others, including ex-Reasoner Lauren Krisai) from 9-12 ET.
Reason Editor in Chief Katherine Mangu-Ward put it best:
Backpage founders James Larkin & Michael Lacey speak out for the first time since being unfairly accused of child sex trafficking and arrested for conspiracy to commit pimping.
— Katherine Mangu-Ward (@kmanguward) August 21, 2018
It's a great article, you should read it, and I will be talking to its author, Elizabeth Nolan Brown, tomorrow during the first hour of my guest-hosting gig at Stand UP! with Pete Dominick on SiriusXM Insight (channel 121) from 9-12 a.m. ET. Make sure to call at any time during the interview or show and tell us what you think: 1-877-974-7487. Other guests on the program are scheduled to include:
* Raymond Arsenault, who will talk about his brand new book Arthur Ashe: A Life.
* Beloved former Reasoner Lauren Krisai, now of the Justice Action Network, who will talk about all the prison reform news breaking this week.
* And an author who, I dunno, was kidnapped by Somali pirates for three years: Michael Scott Moore, author of The Desert and the Sea: 977 Days Captive on the Somali Pirate Coast.