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"What we feel most has no name but amber, archers, cinnamon, horses, and birds." Listen to a reading of "The Forgotten Dialect of the Heart," by poet Jack Gilbert, who died on Tuesday in Berkeley, California, at the age of eighty-seven. His Collected Poems was published by Knopf in March.
While the conversation revolved around writing for television, Rod Serling's thoughts on the topic of ideas are of interest to writers of all kinds: "Ideas are born from what is smelled, heard, seen, experienced, felt, emotionalized. Ideas are probably in the air, like little tiny items of ozone."