Writer Tim Melley.
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John Perry Barlow, a founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and former rancher and Grateful Dead lyricist, on an experience that began at the boundary of two conventions.
Mark O'Brien is a writer in California, who lives most of each day in an iron lung, thanks to a childhood case of polio. It's an excerpt from Jessica Yu's Oscar-winning documentary.
Pete found a bag of maybe a hundred letters in a dumpster and found himself completely wrapped up in the lives of the two people in the letters.
Ron Carlson's short story.
A story by Larry Doyle.
Singles in Agriculture. By reporter Liz Weil and Alix Spiegel.
Ira reads from In Dreams Begin Responsibilities. (7 minutes)
Brett Leveridge reads from his column for Might magazine, which he turned into the book Men My Mother Dated and Other Mostly True Tales.
Writer Julie Showalter on her parents' romance.
Hilton Als reads an excerpt from his book The Women. (12 minutes)
Reporter Scott Carrier and his eleven-year-old daughter Jesse. Scott wrote Running After Antelope.
A story by Bia Lowe.
Story of a romance that began in a mental hospital. Sometimes, the line between crazy and not crazy is blurry; certain behavior could mean either thing.