Eric Molinsky

Eric Molinsky

Independent Producer

Eric Molinsky is a public radio reporter based in New York. He has produced stories forStudio 360, Marketplace, WNYC, NPR, 99% Invisible and Tablet magazine, among others. He also sketches subway commuters on his iPhone, you can check them out on his Tumblr page.


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The strange story of the postwar pop standard "Nature Boy" and its enigmatic creator, eden ahbez.

Reissue: Unfictional - Nature Boy

The strange story of the postwar pop standard "Nature Boy" and its enigmatic creator, eden ahbez.

from Lost Notes

Go down into the silo with the "missileers." Their hands are on the nuclear keys, and they practice the end of the world over and over. (Repeat)

The Missileers

Go down into the silo with the "missileers." Their hands are on the nuclear keys, and they practice the end of the world over and over. (Repeat)

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The story of a man so ahead of his time he was out of sync with the world.

Nature Boy

The story of a man so ahead of his time he was out of sync with the world.

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