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Diane wanted to share a special conversation from the archives, an interview with legendary book editor Robert Gottlieb, who died in June at age 92.
Gottlieb worked with many of the best-known writers of the 20th century. On the list of names whose work he made shine was Diane Rehm.
Diane remembers him as a masterful editor who was so kind to her – someone with name recognition in the world of public radio, but no track record as a writer.
Gottlieb became one of Diane’s closest friends and confidantes. She says, “he was a genius,” and she was so lucky to have him by her side.
- Robert Gottlieb Former Editor-in-Chief of Knopf Publishers and The New Yorker
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