In 2013 Barry Yeoman hosted five daily episodes from Lunteren, The Netherlands at the 10th World Congress for People Who Stutter. Barry will host occasional StutterTalk episodes from special events in the future.
BARRY YEOMAN is a respected journalist, a person who stutters and a long-time participant in self-help organizations for people who stutter. Barry advises StutterTalk on issues pertaining to ethics in journalism, reporting and much more. Barry specializes in in-depth reporting that puts a human face on complex issues. His work has appeared in O, The Oprah Magazine; OnEarth; Discover; The New York Times; AARP The Magazine; Mother Jones; Audubon; Reader’s Digest; Glamour; Saturday Evening Post; The Nation; salon.com; Ladies’ Home Journal; and many other publications. In addition, he produces and narrates radio documentaries. Barry’s journalism has won him a slew of accolades. Columbia Journalism Review, the nation’s premiere journalism magazine, named Barry one of nine investigative reporters who are “out of the spotlight but on the mark.” The Columbia University School of Journalism and Poynter Institute have described Barry’s work as “the essence of excellence.” Project Censored has honored him four times for writing about undercovered issues. Barry has been a featured guest several times on StutterTalk – those episodes are archived here.