Immigrant Stories, and a Home Song

Immigrant voices speak about the American Dream in Episode 010. The event at Wild Goose Creative was sponsored by Peace Catalyst International, Columbus, an organization which brings Christians and Muslims together for prayer, food, sharing stories, and building strong community ties; recording by Roving Reporter Amy Dalrymple. Click on Continue Reading to listen now! I…

My Father’s Closet, and Voices

Karen McClintock whose book My Father’s Closet is out from Trillium, an imprint of the Ohio University Press which specializes in publishing work from Ohio authors, talks about her gay dad and healing closeted shame. Amy Dalrymple, roving reporter and assistant editor, presents a poetry soundscape, Voices. Listen now!

Don’t Come Back, & Diary of the One Swelling Sea

Diary of the One Swelling Sea by Jill McCabe Johnson, a poet who lives in the San Juan Islands in Washington State set in an audioscape by Simon Hughes. Following that, Lina Maria Ferreira Cabeza-Vanegas, a writer and translator from Colombia, reads from her collection of essays, Don’t Come Back, a memoir about her girlhood…

Burns Night at the Hey Hey Cafe

Burns Night celebrates the Scottish poet who loved the lassies, Robert Burns. Salute the haggis, pass a dram of whisky, and enjoy the show! Click on “Continue Reading” to get to the link to the Podcast on Soundcloud. Music: Rise and Shine by Seastock on Jamendo.

Two Dollar Radio & AWP

In this show we’ll be going to Washington DC and the Writer’s Conference at AWP. I’ll also be talking to publishers Two Dollar Radio. The Wexner Center has two little nooks made for each other: the giftshop bookstore and the café. I love both. Last month I picked up The Incantations of Daniel Johnston, a…

Poet Brings Plenty talks about his work and protests at Standing Rock

Listen to the podcast here, Wordcarver at Sound Cloud. Minnecojou Lakota poet Trevino Brings Plenty discusses two poems from his volume Ghost River, as well as Native culture, writing, and the protests at Standing Rock. To read more about Native American writers go to waxwingmag.org/writing.php?item=344. You can buy Wakpa Wanagi, Ghost River, on Amazon.  …