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Eric Drachman

Eric Drachman

Eric Drachman is a freelance radio producer and children's book author/publisher living in Los Angeles, CA. He founded Kidwick Books where he has written, published and produced picture books with audio for the younger set (3-7). These days, even more, he's been producing radio pieces for grown-ups and always aims to strike a good balance between serious and silly. He volunteers and works for several KCRW projects and considers KCRW his radio home.


Eric Drachman on KCRW

Martina Blumenthal has found passion in cycling. She loves the terrain and the views and the weather here for riding her bike.

Pushing her Limits on her Bicycle

Martina Blumenthal has found passion in cycling. She loves the terrain and the views and the weather here for riding her bike.

from SoundsLA

What it's like to come to Los Angeles after growing up in Northern California.

LA vs. Berkeley

What it's like to come to Los Angeles after growing up in Northern California.

from KCRW Features

Kimberly Demarse embraces the sound of the waves.

Feeling LA at the beach

Kimberly Demarse embraces the sound of the waves.

from KCRW Features

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