Host Ken Jones talks with Liz Scott, author of the new memoir This Never
Happened, from University of Hell Press.
Liz is a practicing psychologist in Portland, and a practicing writer. Her
work has appeared in The MacGuffin, New Stone Circle, and Lake Effect, among
This week, we're talking about Beyoncé, the complications of being humans,
and the impact that Nipsey had, all from our own perspectives, as always. Our
beautiful guest is the one and only @tessamay22 who is bringing all of the
light and good energy into the studio!! She le...
When God Was a Rabbit, by Sarah Winman, is a refreshing view of life through
the eyes of a ten year old girl , innocently irreverent and certainly wise
beyond her (our) years. Read it for joy.
Frann Michel hosts the show which includes:
Media Landscape: Frann Michel reflects on the state of contemporary media.
Made Love, Got War: Close Encounters with America's Warfare State: Bill
Resnick interviews Norman Solomon about the US warfare state of today.
When God ...
On Sunday, October 29th 2017 nine individuals told their stories in a
performance titled: Shaping a Future: Life After Prison. The performance was
the culmination of a series of writing workshops sponsored by the Regional
Arts and Culture Council. The project conceived of a...
How do you get picky kids to eat the foods that are best for them? Tune in to
Radiozine at 11AM TODAY to find out!
Theresa Marquez, host of the Rootstock Radio podcast, sits down in the KBOO
studios with Betty Izumi - dietician, associate professor at the joint School
We're keeping it moving this week with a very special guest: @gio_t of Real
Talk with PDX_GT podcast! He is dropping allllll the panties in and out of
the studio (just listen, you'll understand), all whilst telling and showing
the world what real growth looks like. We're al...
Our In Depth guest today is Debra Gwartney, author of the new memoir I Am a
Stranger Here Myself, from University of New Mexico Press.
Debra teaches in the writing program at Pacific University in Forest Grove,
and is the author of Live Through This: A Mother’s Memoir of Ru...
Larry Bowlden reviews Hyeonseo Lee’s The Girl With Seven Names, a memoir
about the author's young life in North Korea, which she was taught to regard
as the best and most prosperous country in the world. Almost by accident, she
found herself in China and then began a lon...