It’s a Mother’s Day-themed show as Kathryn Kysar, Ka Vang, and Morgan Grayce Willow join us in the studio to talk about their new book Riding Shotgun: Women Write about Their Mothers, an acclaimed and surprisingly candid collection of essays whose other contributors include Faith Sullivan, Wang Ping, Sheila O’Connor, Shannon Olson, Tai Coleman, Jonis Agee, and others.
Poet Jane Levin also reads from her new poetry chapbook, Legacy, which focuses on GLBT, Jewish, and cancer-survivor issues.
In the second half, Matthew Karanian calls in to talk about his extraordinary travel book: Armenia Karabagh, The Stone Garden Travel Guide.
A bunch of new dub coming our way from Europe this week including: Mayd Hubb’s The Blue Train [France], Dub Pon Top from Finn the Giant [Sweden], and the new Sardinia Bass Legalize Visions of My Land [Sardinia]. All crucial releases… On top of this we did a nice Dub Flash Records:http://www.dubflash.com/dfr/index.php set to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
Why Good People Do Bads Things How to Stop Being Your Own Worst Enemy
Kinshasha continued a conversation with Debbie Ford that started in April, 2008 from her newest book: Why Good People Do Bad Things. Kinshasha and Debbie had an indepth conversation about the subject of Shame.