Magazine • Robert Sullivan • November 19, 2013
The first episode of The Land, a program produced in association with A Public Space, explores different interactions between humans and their spaces and places, many of which are mentioned in Issue 19.
This episode features a sound map of Montreal; a visit to Brooklyn's Fulton Mall; the ecology of cities; The Murphy Beds on the road; the Nobel Laureate’s library branch; Jori Graham and Patrizia Cavalli in sonic translation; and a remembrance of Keith Basso. Read more about this episode here.
Robert Sullivan’s books include My American Revolution (FSG), Cross Country, and Rats (both Bloomsbury). He teaches at the Bread Loaf School of English and is a contributing editor at A Public Space.
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