In the first half, we talk with University of Minnesota professor and children’s literature scholar Jack Zipes. Some of his more recent publications include Sticks and Stones: The Troublesome Success of Children’s Literature from Slovenly Peter to Harry Potter, Fairy Tales and the Art of Subversion, and Relentless Progress: The Reconfiguration of Children’s Literature, Fairy Tales, and Storytelling.
In the second half of the show, we welcome to the studio Margot Galt, Mary Junge, Joyce Kennedy, Ilze Mueller, Suzanne Swanson, and Nancy Walden. They are members of the Laurel Poetry Collective, and have just published a new anthology of their work, The Quiet Eye: Thirteen Ways of Looking at Nature. A publication reading will take place at noon on Jan. 24th as part of the Literary Witness series at Plymouth Congregational Church.
Another strange, heavy, dubwise mix inna Echo Chamber. New dub with a heavy African jazz groove from the Red Earth Collective; the Mondomix “Free Lapiro” benefit compilation and the “World Consciousness Unification Project – V.1” were among the new items.
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Health expert Katie Murphy talked with Kinshasha about the body’s digestive process and how it affects the body’s health. understand the body’s natural detox process, how it affects overall health,and how you can help it along. A little knowledge can go a long way. Come and get to know your body and how to take care of it so that you may live a more stress free and vibrant lifestyle.
The Bug, by Richard Strand. A Kafkaesque tale in which a small personal glitch of an employee is dropped into the pool of the company’s dependence on technology, and ripples of chaos spread out in all directions.