Ben sisario

Ben Sisario
Born 20th century
Occupation Academic, author and journalist

Ben Sisario is an American academic, author, and journalist.

Career

He is a staff reporter for The New York Times, covering music and culture. Sisario is also the author of Doolittle (2006) a non-fiction book in the 33⅓ series about the studio album Doolittle (1989) by the Pixies, an alternative-rock band.

Sisario is a contributor to Blender, New York, Rolling Stone, Spin, New York City public-radio station WFUV and The Village Voice's annual Paz & Jop music critics' poll.[1]

He is a member of the teaching faculty at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, instructing courses on Rock Music in Historical Context and Writing for Popular Music.

See also

References

Bibliography

External links

  • Crimes Against Music Sisario's blog Crimes Against Music
  • Sisario interview with The Uberlist
  • WorldCat catalog)

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