Was it for a book, or an interview clip that was aired? How interesting...I hear NPR most of the day or at least when I'm in the car ...
I suspect the clip was on my sister's local NPR station in Austin. Someone called me from Austin a few weeks ago about Erle Stanley Gardner. I didn't know that anything I said would be on the air. I thought he was just asking questions to fill out a report on the Gardner exhibit at The University of Texas being packed away.
Next up: America's Most WantedWV: woussese. a bunch of French wusses.
ESG ehbibit being packed up? That's awful! Did you run an item about this?. If so I miised it. A quick google didn't turn up any stories.Art Scott
Oddly enough, the morning you were on NPR talking about Erle Stanley Garner I stopped in at my usual spot for bagels and saw a used-book-store-owner-friend of mine having breakfast, reading THE CASE OF THE LUCKY LEGS
Art, I didn't run anything because I couldn't find anything. Apparently they decided it was time to pack it away after many years of having it on display. The interviewer may have told me why, but I can't remember. I believe one reason is that the building it was in is no longer in use as a library.
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