Talbot, Toby



Nina Talbot

Toby Talbot and her husband Dan Talbot own and run the Lincoln Plaza Cinema in New York.  Their previous theaters were the New Yorker, the Cinema Studio, and the Metro.  Toby Talbot teaches Film Documentary at the New School and has taught Spanish literature at Syracuse University, Columbia University and New York University.  She is the author of A Book About My Mother, Early Disorder, The World of the Child, and numerous children’s books.  Her translations include Jose Ortega y Gasset’s On Love: Aspects of a Single Theme and The Origin of Philosophy and Jacobo Timerman’s Prisoner Without a Name, Cell Without a Number.

On Rorotoko:

On her book The New Yorker Theater and Other Scenes from a Life at the Movies
(Our Cover Feature of November 27, 2009)