Arts & Culture

We speak with local author Mary Logue about her new book Killer Librarian. She is a poet, editor, teacher and writer who has written the Claire Watkins mystery series, four volumes of poetry and a young adult novel.

We also talk with Nicholas Soutter about his debut science fiction novel The Water Thief, which was awarded the Kirkus Star. The book was written as a response to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged and posits a future owned by corporations.

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Live in the Studio: Dead Horses

Sitting in for Eve is Miguel Vargas of Radio Pocho

Music Host / Engineer: Jean Silverberg
News Host: Ryan Dawes
Producer: Ron Thums

Present and past Misses Shamrock were in to talk up a storm about all the upcoming activities associated with St. Patrick's Day (Mar 17). The Misses Shamrocks were Ashley Lanphear, Quinn Burger, and Andrea Royce Adair.

Byron Katie, founder of The Work, has one job: to teach people how to end their own suffering. As she guides people through the powerful process of inquiry she calls The Work, they find that their stressful beliefs—about life, other people, or themselves— radically shift and their lives are changed forever.

Katie will talk with Health Notes about The Work and how it relates to the work of Dr. Martin Luther King.

Music Host: Cory Washington
News Host: Xan Holston
Producer / Engineer: Siobhan Kierans

Eat Or Be Eaten – Player picks up a game disc that’s been recalled, and puts it in his car CD player and gets sucked into the game. A comedy album made from a computer game by the Firesign Theatre.

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