AUDIO

I have been interviewed here about my writing:

Half Street Sports (8.3.17): http://www.halfstreetsports.com/sports-culture/2017/8/2/mirin-fader

“Relatively Speaking Podcast” (7.28.17), beginning at 17:20 mark, discussing my passion for storytelling, hoops and how I find, create, report and write human-interest sports features:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/relatively-speaking-podcast/2017/07/28/relatively-speaking-podcast-episode-103

“The Real Deal” (3.11.17), beginning at 6:30 mark, discussing my journey into sports writing and my writing process: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/momentumshift/2017/03/11/the-real-deal-with-courtney-harden

“The Mag Dog Show” (5.12.17),
beginning at 1:20:50 mark, discussing my ESPN story on Oregon State volleyball star Lanesha Reagan becoming a brave voice to combat mental illness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEx1UrWwPnc&feature=youtu.be

“The Real Deal” (5.20.17),
discussing my ESPN story on Oregon State volleyball star Lanesha Reagan becoming a brave voice to combat mental illness. Also discussing changing sports media landscape: http://goingfor2.com/momentumshift/

I created behind-the-scenes clips behind some of my stories. All of my audio clips can be found here: https://bumpers.fm/mirinfader

Why Diana Taurasi, now the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer, is the GOAT (6.18.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

Cal State Fullerton and Long Beach State baseball head to Super Regionals. A rivalry built on love, hate and hustle (6.7.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

It wasn’t enough to be one armed All-American gymnast. Carol Johnson had another challenge to face (3.28.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

My car is like an NBA journeyman… (5.2.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

The “old man” who wanted to outlast everyone (4.19.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

A future Olympian almost got in her own way (4.14.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

A phone call this baseball player never expected (4.12.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

A note from a reader (3.27.17)LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE

It wasn’t his competitiveness, his fire or his velocity. It was his tears that made him great (4.10.17): LISTEN TO FULL STORY HERE