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Friday, July 29, 2011

Bob and Brooke read from a few of your letters and comments.

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The New Yorker: Out Loud

The translators Brian Boyd and Olga Voronina on Nabokov's correspondence with his wife

Monday, June 06, 2011

The translators Brian Boyd and Olga Voronina on Nabokov's correspondence with his wife.

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Studio 360

Mogul Memos

Saturday, April 02, 2005

David O. Selznick was a major Hollywood mogul, producing great films such as Gone with the Wind and Spellbound. But he was also a workaholic micromanager, obsessed with sending office memos. Through his memos, Selznick dictated every detail of production at his movie studio, from the size of Rhett Butler's ...

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Studio 360

The Love Letters

Saturday, February 12, 2005

For Valentine’s Day, why not team up with a professional writer who can help you write a love letter to whomever you want for free? Artist Jana Leo de Blas thought up The Love Letters project, which pairs everyday people off the street with modern-day Cyranos. Studio 360’s Ave ...

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Studio 360

Special Guest: Jhumpa Lahiri

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Kurt Andersen talks with Jhumpa Lahiri about the artistry of letters and her latest novel, The Namesake, in which a crucial letter never arrives.

Jhumpa Lahiri's debut story collection Interpreter of Maladies won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 2000. It was translated into twenty-nine languages and became a bestseller both ...

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Studio 360

Mogul Memos

Saturday, October 09, 2004

David O. Selznick was a major Hollywood mogul, producing great films such as Gone with the Wind and Spellbound. But he was also a workaholic micromanager, obsessed with sending office memos. Through his memos, Selznick dictated every detail of production at his movie studio, from the size of Rhett Butler’s collars to Alfred Hitchcock’s camera angles. Produced by Erick Molinsky.

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Studio 360

Mail Art

Saturday, October 09, 2004

In August, Studio 360 asked listeners to send us mail art. And you responded with fantastic enthusiasm. Streams of amazing things poured in through the mail drop from all around the world — a piece of toast, a coconut, a lump of clay, envelopes big, small, glittery, fragile, sturdy and ...

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Studio 360

Pushing The Envelope

Saturday, October 09, 2004

Stephen Malinowski heard our request for mail art and decided to do a little experiment. He tested the post office to see what they would and wouldn’t deliver by mailing not one, or two, but 100 pieces of mail art to our office, including crumpled envelopes, tissue paper, pieces of ...

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