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  • If you are interested in good writing, a good story, an argument or a row The Raconteur is the magazine to read.

    WalesOnline - Home 2011

  • Throughout, the book has been an example of "literary bricolage" -- bringing together Filipino jokes, transcripts from "The Burley Raconteur" blog, real history and people, made-up footnotes and the narrator's increasingly nightmarish dreams and experiences, some heightened by snorts of cocaine.

    'Ilustrado' by Miguel Syjuco, reviewed by Michael Dirda 2010

  • Allison from the Kills — who made the best rock record of 2008 — is joining with Jack White, another Raconteur and Dean from QOTSA.

    The Dead Weather | ATTACKERMAN 2009

  • Alright, I know, Jack White is already a Raconteur.

    Cover Me: A Musical Open Thread « Whatever 2006

  • Alright, I know, Jack White is already a Raconteur.

    Cover Me: A Musical Open Thread « Whatever 2006

  • Unfortunately for his readers Scott enrolled himself amongst the acolytes of Professor Galland, a great and original genius in the line Raconteur, and a practical Orientalist whose bright example was destined to produce disastrous consequences.

    Arabian nights. English Anonymous 1855

  • Raconteur Leslie Jordan recalled George's antics at the Apollo last week and last night Sandra Bernhard wondered if probing the singer on her outspoken chat show may have driven Culture Club's frontman back to drugs.

    Evening Standard - Home 2011

  • Quinn For A Day: Raconteur Jimmy Quinn definitely no relation celebrates his 70th birthday today.


  • Raconteur Malachy McCourt makes his way from stage to page.

    Chicago Reader 2010

  • General Admission: $15 (tickets on sale @ The Raconteur starting Sat. 4/24; on sale at The Forum day of). Featured Content 2010


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  • A person who is skilled at telling stories and anecdotes.

    After receiving those letters you sent to

    me I realize you are quite the raconteur.

    September 14, 2009