Culture & Community News

South Africa has the largest number of people with HIV/AIDS in the world. More than 5 million South Africans are HIV positive. Thembi is one of them.

KFAI’s Listening Lounge:node/72 (Wednesday, 11:30-noon) will feature the second half of Crossing Borders on May 9th.

Beryl Greenberg and Charles Brin will read selections from the witty writings of the brilliant humorist, Woody Allen, on Wednesday’s Spoken Word:node/71, May 2nd, at 11AM.

Trú Rúts and KFAI present Words Will Heal The Wound 2007, a National Poetry Month celebration.

Tune in to Write On Radio this Thursday, April 26th when Host Jen Nemo speaks with local poet Eireann Lorsung, about her debut book of poems, Music for Landing Planes By, published by Milkweed Edition

KFAI’s Listening Lounge is rebroadcasting Jonathan Mitchell’s quirky documentary City X this Wednesday, April 25th (11:30-Noon).

From PRX.org:

Tune in to Write On Radio this Thursday, April 19th (11am-Noon), when Host Ian Graham Leask speaks with reknowned American Novelist Walter Mosley about his new book, This Year You Write Your Novel.

Visibility & Dignity – The Tretter Collection

Raymond Carver, American story writer and poet, often called the American Anton Chekhov, will be the topic of Wednesday’s Spoken Word:node/71 (11am) on April 11.

Brushing up against Lady Luck. Barrett Golding of KGLT in Bozeman, Montana has produced another evocative documentary. His style is unconventional.