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Doug Dorst - May 8, 2014

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Streamed live on May 8, 2014

A writer and a filmmaker join creative forces to craft a unique work that can only be read the old-fashioned way, by turning the pages. A layered literary mystery, S. uses the story of a nameless man without a memory to tell another story of two college students' romance and their life-threatening pursuit of an author's carefully hidden secret identity.

In a conversation with Kaite Stover, the Library's director of readers' services, Doug Dorst explains how he and co-creator J.J. Abrams (TV's Lost and Alias) conceived of and created S., in which the story on the printed page dovetails with the scribblings of two readers in the margins and the various objects — photos, maps, telegrams, postcards, letters — found hidden between those pages.

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