Andrew Stelzer: Radio & Print Journalist
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Librarians on the Line: Evaluating Children’s Books About Police: In a post Black Lives Matter world, children's literature hasn't necessarily kept up with the times. LISTEN
Could Free Eviction Attorneys Help Stem San Francisco’s Housing Crisis?: Proposition F is a milestone in the growing "Right to Counsel" movement LISTEN
For Alcoholic Residents at Dann’s House, ‘It Feels Like Home’: This summer morning, like every day, the case manager went on a beer run around 9 a.m. READ
My Dad Hasn’t Had Anything to Eat or Drink in 2 years: How a seemingly horrible medical situation can lead to a new lease on life. LISTEN

Andrew Stelzer is an award winning radio producer and news reporter, currently working at KALW radio in San Francisco, editing stories for Crosscurrents and teaching radio at San Quentin and Solano prisons.

Andrew’s radio work has been featured on programs including NPR’s Weekend Edition, PRI’s The World, Snap Judgement, Life of the Law, Studio 360, Weekend America, Marketplace, On the Media, Living on Earth, Free Speech Radio News, Latino USA, Only a Game, Radio Netherlands, World Radio Switzerland, Independent Native News, Radio France International, and the Workers Independent News Service.

Andrew has written for The Progressive, In These Times, California Lawyer, The St. Petersburg Times, The East Bay Express, The Santa Fe New Mexican, Ode Magazine E Magazine, Clamor, and The Weekly Planet; his work has been featured in Utne Reader’s online Short Takes.