Arts & Culture

5/18/2009 Health Notes
5/17/2009 Tehuti: From the Griot to the MC
5/17/2009 Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

The Phantom of Delguire Manor, a mind-reading detective at a dinner party on the edge of a mutation-infested wasteland, from Dry Smoke and Whispers.

5/17/2009 Filipino American National News
5/17/2009 Wave Project

Writers’ Reject Stack
Writer Terry Faust and guests share struggles and aspirations of fiction writers in their efforts to be published and recognized. Short readings of writers’ works will be presented also.

5/15/2009 Radio Antilles

RA Playlist 5/15/09

5/15/2009 Catalyst: Politics and Culture
5/14/2009 Fresh Fruit

Host Leigh Combs

5/14/2009 Art Matters
5/14/2009 Write On Radio!

Geologist, historian, and urban speleologist Greg Brick joins us in the studio to talk about his book Subterranean Twin Cities, an exploration (literally!) of the caves beneath Minneapolis and St. Paul. More information is available at www.upress.umn.edu/Books/B/brick_subterranean.html:http://www.upress.umn.edu/Books/B/brick_subterranean.html.

We also talk with poet Michael Kincaid about his new book, There are Gods Here Too: Readings of Heraclitus, a volume of translations of the 5th century BC philosopher Heraclitus.

And Cheri Register and Jennifer Dodgson join us to talk about the upcoming Memoir Festival at the Loft. Cheri Register is the author of several works of creative nonfiction, including Packinghouse Daughter. More information about the Memoir Festival can be found at Loft.org:http://loft.org.

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