Camp Camp Author Roger Bennett

24th July 2008

Roger Bennett is co-author of “Camp Camp: Where Fantasy Island Meets Lord of the Flies.” It’s a collection of summer camp reminiscences and ephemera from people who came of age in the 1970s and 1980s. Contributors include AJ Jacobs, David Wain, Paul Feig and Sloane Crosley. Listen to This Week’s Show OnlinePlease allow our low-bandwidth […]

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Roger Bennett is co-author of “Camp Camp: Where Fantasy Island Meets Lord of the Flies.” It’s a collection of summer camp reminiscences and ephemera from people who came of age in the 1970s and 1980s. Contributors include AJ Jacobs, David Wain, Paul Feig and Sloane Crosley.

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