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Tuesday, Apr. 17: Richard Broderick and Alethea Black
On Tuesday, April 17th, poet Richard Broderick joins us to talk about a new theater endeavor at Celtic Junction in St. Paul April 27-28 with the Celtic Players, a new non-profit theatre group exploring Celtic heritage across the world. A wee bit about their playlist: it is "not confined only to the Celtic Fringe countries and regions (Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany etc.), but also sounds its magical enchantments in the works of Shakespeare (particularly, The Tempest, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet), and the Arthurian lyrics of Alfred Lord Tennyson."
We also talk with Alethea Black about her debut collection of short stories, I Knew You'd Be Lovely. It was chosen as a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers pick and was an Oprah.com Book of the Week. More information is available at AletheaBlack.com.
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