To wrap up the 2008, we’ll hear from twin brothers David and Peter Turnley who talk about their photojournal of Fort Wayne, Indiana in the 1970’s. Also in the program, Peter Noble-Kuchera is brutally honest about the remake of “The Day the World Stood Still.” And finally, author and poet Elsa Marston Hajik reads “In Line” from her collection of short stories titled, “Santa Claus in Baghdad.”
Stories On This Episode
By Yaël Ksander - Apr 24, 2008
In 2007 Indiana University Press published a collection of 100 black-and-white photos that launched the careers of two internationally renowned photojournalists. The Fort Wayne natives, who currently reside in New York, spoke with WFIU's Yaël Ksander earlier this year and discussed the project that introduced them to a life in photography.
By Peter Noble Kuchera - Dec 19, 2008
I feel compelled to begin this review with full disclosure. I missed some of "The Day The Earth Stood Still," because I was snoring. No, really - sorry, guy on my left.
By LuAnn Johnson - Dec 28, 2008
Elsa Marston Harik reads an excerpt from "In Line" from her 2008 book 'Santa Claus in Baghdad - And Other Stories about Teens in the Arab World.'