Dan Marshall

author, 'Home Is Burning'

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Author of the memoir Home Is Burning

Dan Marshall on KCRW

Ten years ago, Dan Marshall lived a pretty carefree existence. He was in his mid-20s in Los Angeles; he had a fancy corporate job; he was in love; he partied and had fun.

'Home Is Burning'

Ten years ago, Dan Marshall lived a pretty carefree existence. He was in his mid-20s in Los Angeles; he had a fancy corporate job; he was in love; he partied and had fun.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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