Elizabeth Gilbert Picks a Winner

Interview

Friday, February 12, 2010

Studio 360 challenged listeners to design a valentine that reflects modern romance. Over 100 were submitted, and Elizabeth Gilbert judged the entries. Gilbert's runner-up celebrates the domestic bliss of "taco night," and the winner showcases an inventive use of bacon.

 

Slideshow: All of the entries


Slideshow: The Winner and Finalists

Sophie Blackall

For third place in Studio 360's Valentine's Day Redesign challenge, writer Elizabeth Gilbert selected "I Wish I Could See Inside Your Head," by Sophie Blackall.

Studio Lindfors

For the runner-up, Gilbert chose Studio Lindfors' submission, "i wish every night was taco night."

Sarah Tisdale

And for our winner, Gilbert chose "broquet," by Sarah Tisdale.

    Music Playlist
  1. Your Baby Ain't Sweet Like Mine
    Artist: Carolina Chocolate Drops
    Album: Genuine Negro Jig
    Label: Nonesuch
    Purchase: Amazon
  2. Love to Love You Baby
    Artist: Donna Summer
    Album: Love to Love You Baby
    Label: MCA Special Products
    Purchase: Amazon

Guests:

Elizabeth Gilbert

Comments [2]

Jane from San Francisco

I must say that I had a VERY different interpretation of I Wish Every Night Was Taco Night than Ms. Gilbert -- equally celebratory of domestic bliss but of another aspect. Do note that the couple is portrayed both gleeful and unclothed.

Feb. 18 2010 05:26 PM
Rhonda from Florida

The Bacon card -- How could someone want to show their love by using the sad carcass of a mercilessly slaughtered innocent animal?

Feb. 15 2010 08:31 PM

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