My Converstion With Attorney, Author, & Columnist Julian Dibbell

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My conversation with Julian Dibbell, attorney, author, and ex-Village Voicecolumnist on this week’s episode of the “johnmac Radio Show” (the 153rd episode in the series) may be heard by clicking on your browser.

Julian’s books are available at Amazon and his famous “Rape In Cyberspace” Village Voice Cover story of December 27, 1993 may be found at

Join Novelist and Opinion Piece Writer Kevin Baker, author (City of Fire trilogy (Dreamland (1998); Paradise Alley (2002); and Strivers Row (2006)), Sometimes You See it Coming, The Story of Us, and The Big Crowd) and op-ed writer on the next show (Sunday, August 28th at 7:00 PM Eastern time) by clicking your browser and / or calling 646 716–9756 (to join us on the air, use the phone — I hold callers until near the end of my conversation with my guest)

The recordings for the previous 152 shows may be found under the Radio Show tab at my web home, The guests include authors, technologists, academics, law enforcement officials, religious leaders, politicians, labor leaders and other parties that I find interesting.

Have a binge weekend and listen to shows with Sara Paretsky, Chick Donohue, Paul Levinson, Thomas Kelly, Pamela McCorduck, Coleen Rowley, Shawn Fury, Alan Fanger, Frank Mulderrig, Steve Levy, Michele Somerville, Dan Sheehan, F. Paul Wilson, Jack May, Rev. Claire Woodley, Andrew Gross, Luke McMullen, Marc Rasch, Mary Roach, Erin O’Riordan, Kevin Kelly, Rob Mercante, Sally Sypher, Jim Caufield, David Brin, Fred Gillen, Jr., Karen DeWitt, Doug Garr,George Hopkins, Amy McMullen, Pagan Kennedy, Artie Burns, Sally Wiener Grotta, Joseph Nyre, Peter Walsh, Vinnie Dacquino, William Volk, Dennis Murray, Bill Machrone, Rev. Tom Sandi, John Riciari, David Gerrold, Ellen Hancock, Jim Taylor, Bob Tendy, Paul Wallich, Wendy Corsi Staub, Jim Casey, Sandra Irizarry Ward, Lorien Pratt, Denis Hamil, Don Delaney, Steve McPartlin, Joe “Sepi” Crane-Messina, Walter Jon Williams, Renee Esterbrooks, Bob Frankston, F. Paul Wilson, Gail Thackeray, Joseph Hankin, Frank Hickey, the late Al DelBello, Tod Roach, Dan Kottke, Dave Farber, Gene Schneider, Dan Becker, Norb Vonnegut, Hedrick Smith, Gail Lumet Buckley, Virginia Heffernan, Danna Colman, Alan Brody, and many others — writers, academics, technologists, poets, politicians, clergy, journalists, law enforcement — a wide variety of interesting people with something to say