Tonight's Talking Earth is hosted by dan raphael, with poetry readings by
Laura Winter and Jen Coleman. dan reads some work by Dennis McBride, Jack
Spicer and himself.
Laura Winter is the author of 6 collections of poetry, broadsides and
performance projects. A number of ...
In tonight's edition of Talking Earth, host Walt Curtis plays poems from the
1994 Spoken Word album Talking Rain, and in the second half of the show
mourns the passing of local poet and filmmaker James Honzik. Honzik worked
on the film Salmon Poet, a documentary about Walt...
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Host Walt Curtis reads several of his poems, and talks about the history of
Christmas, referring to the book Mary Magdalene by Lynn Picknett. Board-op
Patrick Bocarde chimes in about his cats, and reads a poem or two.
Local poet Dan Raphael has his first Talking Earth show tonight! In his own
words: "This is my first hosting of this great radio show. I 've had 3 books
published in the last 14 months and will read from the last two--Moving with
Every and Starting Small. This is covid tim...
In host Sophia Hellstrom-White's own words:
"Hello, friends! After a couple years of hosting Talking Earth (which has
been a dream come true ) I have decided that it is time to hang it up.
I do hope you tune in to listen to this pre recorded show, it is very
different from ...
On tonight's episode of Talking Earth, host Walt Curtis interviews New
Orleans musician Dusty Santamaria from Walt's front porch. Topics include
life in New Orleans, voudoun and life under quarantine. Dusty also plays
several new songs. Dusty Santamaria moved to New Orle...