Waves of writers have a famous beverage of choice. Ernest Hemingway loved the mojito, William Faulkner had his mint juleps, and F. Scott Fitzgerald was convinced gin was the way to go. Corey Hutchins prefers Jameson.
You’ll likely catch him with that very beverage during this episode, Pub Politics Episode 105: Big Book Tour with Corey Hutchins, from Jake’s Bar & Grill. As usual, the guys chat politics and the primary, and this week political protagonists as well. Mix a mojito, a mint julep, or a Jameson and listen in as Phil and Patrick chat with Corey Hutchins.
Corey Hutchins is a reporter for the Columbia Free Times covering South Carolina politics and is this year's recipient of the S.C. Press Association's award for Journalist of the Year. His work has appeared on the cover of The Nation, in The Texas Observer, The Huffington Post and others. He'll talk about a graphic novel he co-wrote that just came out titled 'The Accidental Candidate: The Rise and Fall of Alvin Greene.' You can follow Corey on twitter @coreyhutchins.
Patrick Arnold is filling in for Wes this week. Patrick currently works as the Director of Campaign Management for Donehue Direct. You can connect with him on facebook and follow him on twitter @patricklarnold.
Pub Politics is a weekly online show where Wesley Donehue, a political and web strategist, and Phil Bailey, director of the SC Senate Democratic Caucus, meet at local pubs to discuss politics with elected officials, members of the media, and other politically connected individuals.
If you didn't see last week's show, Episode 104: (Adjournment) Sine Die Party, catch it now.
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