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A warm shoutout on the Open Source website's "thank you" page.
It's a way to bring creative projects to life.
A high-quality CD (or digital download) of our show on Beethoven with Andrew Rangell and Jan Swafford.
A high-quality CD (or digital download) of the full, unedited 1996 conversation with David Foster Wallace.
A high-quality CD (or digital download) of our show on the music of World War I with Virginia Eskin, Gil Rose, and Loren Schoenberg.
A book from our giant Open Source slush pile, with a written hello from a staff member. (We'll try to pick a good one!)
An official Boston Symphony Orchestra CD recording of an Andris Nelsons performance.
A copy of one of our favorite books from 2014, signed by the author and with a note from us about why it's great.
Tickets to Boston Baroque's St. John's Passion concert on February 27th and Chris Lydon's pre-concert conversation.
Have a book cover, album, poster, or ad that needs designing? The in-house design team that does our videos, logos, and business cards will take a crack at it.
Browse the stacks at the Brattle Book Shop in Boston and purchase a book of your choice courtesy of Open Source.
Be a guest at Chris Lydon's home for an afternoon of chamber music.
Help produce a podcast. Be a production assistant during an interview and a “consulting producer” on the editing.
Come watch the live show at WBUR and have an IPA with the Open Source crew.
Be part of the chorus during the recording of our “Reading Chekhov” series one evening this winter.
Be part of the discussion during the recording of our “Poetry Workshop” event with Stephen Burt on March 16, 2015, on Beacon Hill.
Jan 19, 2015 - Feb 18, 2015