Archive for August, 2008

Jay Scrivner

Posted in Radio Programs with tags , on August 26, 2008 by Tim Ayres

August 24, 2008

Surfing, surrealism, pancakes, and Anne Carson with local poet, teacher, and surfer Jay Scrivner. Listen

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Mark Shikuma & Shaoway Wu

Posted in Radio Programs with tags , on August 16, 2008 by Tim Ayres

August 10, 2008

Japanese-born Mark Shikuma reads his poems describing family and heritage, accompanied by Shao Way Wu on bass performing his original background compositions. Listen

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Rachel Wheeler

Posted in Radio Programs with tags , on August 16, 2008 by Tim Ayres

July 27, 2008

Faith and Writing; Poet, fiction writer, and church organist Rachel Wheeler talks about Jim Dodge, Simone Weil, and God, as well as reading a few poems and an excerpt from her new novel. Listen

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Clemens Starck

Posted in Radio Programs with tags , on August 16, 2008 by Tim Ayres

July 13, 2008

Award-winning Oregon poet Clemens Starck describes his work in construction with observations of society, as seen from the window of a pickup truck. His poetry collections include: Journeyman’s Wages (winner of the Oregon Book Award), Learning Russian on Company Time, China Basin, and Traveling Incognito. Listen

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Marci Nelligan: “Intersection”

Posted in Radio Programs on August 16, 2008 by Tim Ayres

June 22, 2008

Poetry and Politics, featuring Marci Nelligan, co-author with Nicole Mauro of a new collection from Chainlinks; INTERSECTION. Listen

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Iain Macdonald

Posted in Radio Programs with tags , , , , on August 16, 2008 by Tim Ayres

June 8, 2008

Iain Macdonald reads his poems which explore Celtic heritage, coaching soccer, teaching English, and his hometown of Glasgow, Scotland. Listen

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Purchase Iain Macdonald’s book Plotting The Course

Patrick Durgin: “Hannah Weiner’s Open House”

Posted in Radio Programs with tags on August 16, 2008 by Tim Ayres

May 25th, 2008

Poet, musician, publisher, and professor Patrick Durgin talks about his new book, Hannah Weiner’s Open House and the poet’s life in Chicago. Listen

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