Poet Margaret Hasse and novelist Pamela Carter Joern talk about the use of narrative in their respective work and the landscape of Nebraska and South Dakota. Hasse’s new collection of poetry is Milk and Tides, and Joern’s newest novel is The Plain Sense of Things.
In the second half of the show, award-winning poet and Iraq war veteran Brian Turner talks about his poems collected in Here, Bullet. He reads Monday, September 29, at 7 p.m., at Literary Witnesses, Plymouth Congregational Church, 1900 Nicollet Ave. (at Franklin) in Minneapolis.
DJ Baby Swiss goes solo (as Dr. StrangeDub was out sick) and puts together another great eclectic Echo Chamber mix. Starting things out with the new Lee Scratch Perry Scratch Came, Scratch Saw, Scratch Conquered, Dub Gabriel’s Anarchy Alchemy, and Renegade Rocker from Dubmatix. And in honor of the late Richard Wright of Pink Floyd who recently died, seven tracks in a row from Easy Star All Stars’ now-legendary Dub Side Of The Moon.
As part of the KFAI’s Program Development training program, host Luis Alverenga and his guests from the community discuss important topics such as homelessness, poverty and immigrant rights plus play great world music.