A radio drama written and produced by Eric Molinksy. If you like superheroes and NPR inside jokes, check it out. I play intrepid public radio reporter Shelby Siegel Schwartz. With the talented vocal stylings of Erik Bergman, Jen Cohn and Arun Rath.
the big girls/dr. louise forest
Produced for : PRI/WNC’s Studio 360
Airdate: May 26, 2007
Excerpt read by Mallory Kasdan.
Susanna Moore’s new novel, “The Big Girls,” is set in a federal women’s prison. Dr. Louise forest is chief Prison Psychiatrist, a single mother who is highly intelligent and educated at the best schools. Rebellion from this elite background, coupled with guilt over a past patient’s suicide has brougth her to Sloatsburg Correctional Facility, where she counsels a woman who killed her own two children.
Produced for: PRI/WNYC’s Studio 360
Airdate: June 19, 2004
Excerpt read by Mallory Kasdan
In the middle of the 19th century, cheap wild & sexy commercial fiction became a form all its own — and boomed. These books were called “sensation novels.” George Lippard published several sensation novels including one in 1848 called the Bel of Prairie Eden. In this excerpt set in Texas in the years just before the Mexican war, which lasted from 1846 to 1848, the house of a rich Texan is invaded by his Scottish overseer who’s in league with the Mexican army.
“Fish! A Remarkable Way to Boost Morale and Improve Results”
by Stephen P. Lundin, PhD., Harry Paul, and John Christensen
Audiobook read by Mallory Kasdan
Bantam Books Audio, 2000
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Fish! is an parable for all businesses and managers, providing steps to maximize productivity and creativity in the workplace.
Using the example of Seattle’s Pike Place Market, the authors present the keys to turning a stagnant department into a thriving environment.