USA Today has called Paul Iorio a pop music "expert"....Spy magazine has called him a "trend-spotter"...The San Francisco Chronicle said he "has an original way of approaching a story"....Novelist Harry Crews called him "a damn good writer"....And Barry Manilow once called him "a wonderful interviewer -- he's good!" (But don't let that turn you off!) Here is Paul Iorio's official home page:
>I'm Paul Iorio, an arts and entertainment writer/reporter
whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Boston Phoenix, The Huffington Post, The Toronto Star, Newsday, The Village Voice, Spy magazine, Details magazine, the online edition of Playboy magazine, New Times, Cash Box
magazine and other publications. (This list does not include the papers that have run my syndicated stories or the international publications that have published my reporting for Reuters.)
has appeared in The Washington Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Huffington Post and other publications. (Photography site: http://www.paulioriophotos.blogspot.com
And my original music
has been aired on leading alternative radio stations like KALX, KCRW and WFMU. (Music site: http://www.pauliorio.blogspot.com)
MP3s at: http://www.soundclick.com/pauliorio
My daily blog
on pop culture: dailydigression1.blogspot.com
And here is a letter-of-recommendation from a senior editor who worked closely with me at the San Francisco Chronicle: http://editoroniorio.blogspot.com/
I'm based in Berkeley, California, and can be reached at email@example.com
in Berkeley, California.
This website features hundreds of pages of my published writings.
First, here are a few recent articles (including my original photography) that have been published by The Huffington Post and others in recent months.
U.K. literary quarterly Beat Scene published my 20-page interview with Lawrence Ferlinghetti last fall: http://ioriointerviewsferlinghetti.blogspot.com/
I covered the recent Berkeley riot for the Huffington Post. (This was a "promoted" piece.)
Here's my coverage of an appearance by Bernie Sanders last fall.
And here's a popular piece I wrote on Don Henley last fall: