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  • This April 29, 2014 photo shows Garrison Keillor during an interview in his office in St. Paul, Minn. Keillor turns 72 in August, but the creator and host of "A Prairie Home Companion" isn't retiring any time soon.  (AP Photo/Ann Heisenfelt)

    Keillor has no plans to retire anytime soon

    Garrison Keillor has a new book out, a collection spanning his decades as storyteller, novelist and radio show host. This summer he celebrates the 40th anniversary of "A Prairie Home Companion." But the curmudgeonly creator of Lake Wobegon, the quirky Minnesota town where - well, you know the rest - insists he didn't want to mark either milestone.

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  • FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2009 file photo, radio show host Garrison Keillor resumes work in his Prairie Home Productions office in St. Paul, Minn. Keillor plans to keep spinning tales of Lake Wobegon's Norwegian bachelor farmers for at least a couple more years, but the host and creator of public radio's "A Prairie Home Companion" is dropping more hints that his retirement may be on the horizon. (AP Photo/Janet Hostetter, file)

    Garrison Keillor says retirement looms in 2013

    Garrison Keillor plans to keep spinning tales of Lake Wobegon's Norwegian bachelor farmers for at least a couple more years, but the host and creator of public radio's "A Prairie Home Companion" is dropping more hints that his retirement may be on the horizon.

  • FILE - In this Sept. 16, 2009 file photo, radio show host Garrison Keillor resumes work in his Prairie Home Productions office in St. Paul, Minn. Keillor plans to keep spinning tales of Lake Wobegon's Norwegian bachelor farmers for at least a couple more years, but the host and creator of public radio's "A Prairie Home Companion" is dropping more hints that his retirement may be on the horizon. (AP Photo/Janet Hostetter, file)

    Garrison Keillor says retirement looms in 2013

    Garrison Keillor plans to keep spinning tales of Lake Wobegon's Norwegian bachelor farmers for at least a couple more years, but the host and creator of public radio's "A Prairie Home Companion" is dropping more hints that his retirement may be on the horizon.

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