Spoken Arts

Writers on Craft: Anne Enright

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Writers on Craft
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Thu, 10/27/2011

Writers on Craft: Anne Enright

10:32 minutes (14.48 MB)

Writers on Craft: Ismet Prcic

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Writers on Craft
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Thu, 10/27/2011

Writers on Craft: Ismet Prcic

 

7:43 minutes (10.6 MB)

Writers on Craft: Octaviano Merecias Cuevas

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Writers on Craft
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Thu, 10/27/2011

Writers on craft: Octaviano Merecias-Cuevas

Octaviano Merecias-Cuevas is a trilingual Mixtec poet. Born in Oaxaca, Mexico. He holds an MA in Contemporary Hispanic Studies from The School of Language, Culture and Society at Oregon State University. In this interview he talks about how he became a poet, language activism and the process of writing in three languages.

 

17:47 minutes (24.42 MB)

Writers on Craft: Maile Meloy

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Writers on Craft
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Thu, 10/27/2011

Writers on Craft: Maile Meloy

Maile Meloy is a short story writer, essayist and novelist. Recently she published her first children’s book, THE APOTHECARY. In this interview she talks about what attracted her to writing a book for children, the ways in which children’s and adult books are different and her process for writing novels.

6:22 minutes (8.75 MB)

Between the Covers on 10/27/11

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Between the Covers
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Thu, 10/27/2011 - 11:00am - 11:30am
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Wordstock 2011: Some writers you should know

Wordstock 2011: Some Writers You Should Know

October in Portland is host to Wordstock, the Northwest's largest annual festival of books, writers and storytelling. Host Suzanne LaGrande interview some of the writers featured at this year's festival, including:

Ismet Prcic talking about his first novel Shards.

Children's book author and illustrator Carolyn Conahan on the importance of constructive criticism.

Novelist and short story writer Maile Meloy discussing The Apothecary, her first children's book.

Internationally best-selling Irish author Anne Enright on her new novel, The Forgotten Waltz, just published in the U.S.

Back To The Egg playlist for 10/16/2011

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Back To The Egg
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10/16/2011

HOUR ONE:

Talking Earth on 10/17/11

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Talking Earth
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Mon, 10/17/2011 - 10:00pm - 11:00pm
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Poet, Songwriter, Playwright and Counterpunch Editor Marc Beaudin in Reading and Conversation

Marc Beaudin is the poetry editor of the online journal CounterPunch and the co-owner of Elk River Books in Livingston, Montana. His latest book is The Moon Cracks Open: A Field Guide to the Birds and Other Poems. He also edited an anti-war anthology, Jihad bil Qalam: To Strive by Means of the Pen, for the mid-Michigan activist group, Tri-City Action for Peace.

Poems by Marc Beaudin

Talking Earth Anthology:   Marc Beaudin.  Marc Beaudin is the poetry editor of the online journal CounterPunch and the co-owner of Elk River Books in Livingston, Montana.  His latest book is The Moon Cracks Open: A Field Guide to the Birds and Other Poems.  He also edited an anti-war anthology, Jihad bil Qalam: To Strive by Means of the Pen, for the mid-Michigan activist group, Tri-City Action for Peace. Marc believes that anarchy is the only true democracy, all patriotism is fascism, and that Brahms’ “Violin Concerto in D Major” is more powerful than all the guns, bombs and oil pipelines in the world.

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