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After Water: An interview with author Tricia Bobeda

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In "The Floating City of New Chicago," we see a Chicago divided by class...and water. The wealthy have fled the city for a secret island on Lake Michigan. The "wet-collar" workers have been left behind to do the city's dirtiest jobs. Author Tricia Bobeda drew on a combination of scientific research and pop culture to craft her story about a future Chicago. Hear her talk about the inspirations for her story, including real life invisibility cloaks and an episode of "30 Rock." You can listen to Tricia's story "The Floating City of New Chicago" on our Soundcloud, at our website wbez.org, and at afterwater.tumblr.com. (Photo courtesy of Tricia Bobeda)
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In "The Floating City of New Chicago," we see a Chicago divided by class...and water. The wealthy have fled the city for a secret island on Lake Michigan. The "wet-collar" workers have been left behind to do the city's dirtiest jobs. Author Tricia Bobeda drew on a combination of scientific research and pop culture to craft her story about a future Chicago. Hear her talk about the inspirations for her story, including real life invisibility cloaks and an episode of "30 Rock." You can listen to Tricia's story "The Floating City of New Chicago" on our Soundcloud, at our website wbez.org, and at afterwater.tumblr.com. (Photo courtesy of Tricia Bobeda)
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