Syracuse.com

September 16, 2012 - 8:43pm
Weekly columnist Sean Kirst talks about his approach to storytelling and his love of writing.

As a columnist for The Post-Standard for the past 11 years, Sean Kirst has acted as government watchdog, a community advocate, a local historian and more. 

But he’s not acting.

“I think this is one of those rare jobs where there’s not a lot of separation between who I am here and who I am at home,” Kirst said in an interview in the cafeteria of The Post-Standard building in downtown Syracuse. What you see is what you get, he said.