Reflector adds Garrison Keillor to group of columnists

The Reflector is happy to announce it has added a new columnist to its weekly rotation. Beginning today and continuing every Monday, we will be publishing Garrison Keillor's syndicated column.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

The Reflector is happy to announce it has added a new columnist to its weekly rotation.

Beginning today and continuing every Monday, we will be publishing Garrison Keillor's syndicated column.

Keillor is an acclaimed radio personality and best-selling humorist. He has been the host of "A Prairie Home Companion" since 1974, a weekly show on public radio with more than 4 million listeners across the country. Starting in 1996, Keillor has hosted a daily radio show about poetry and history, "The Writer's Almanac." He has also written more than a dozen books.

Each week in his column, Keillor will offer readers his take on current events, life in the Midwest and an abundance of other topics. Time magazine called Keillor, "the funniest American writer still open for business," and the Washington Post described him as a "storytelling genius."

Keillor lives in St. Paul, Minn. with his wife and daughter.

Comments

Jim B. (Anonymous)

Oh great. Cancel my subscription to your paper!!!!!!!!