To celebrate Studio 360's first decade on air, we present Spark: How Creativity Works, a new book published by HarperCollins and written by the show's long-time executive producer, Julie Burstein. Over the years, scores of America's greatest filmmakers, writers, musicians, and artists have revealed their creative processes and inspiration for listeners.
This week, Julie shares childhood stories from Chuck Close, Richard Ford, Mira Nair, and Richard Serra.
(To hear our original full-length interviews with those artists go here.)
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