Talking Earth Poetry: Judith Barrington and Janice Gould on Finding Their Authentic Voice
Poets Judith Barrington and Janice Gould read their poems and talk with host Barbara LaMorticella about their journey into their authentic lives and voices on Monday night December 19 from 10-11 PM. Judith is a poet, memoirist and teacher who was born in Brighton England and moved to the U.S. in 1976, where she settled in Portland, Oregon. With her partner, Ruth Gundle, she has been a pillar of the women’s writing committee in the Northwest and across the nation. Janice Gould is a poet and teacher of Maidu/Konkow descent.
Talking Earth Anthology: Poems by Ric Vrana Ric Vrana appears regularly in numerous venues and open mics in the Portland poetry scene and his work has been published in several local anthologies and zines. His early days of stand-up poetry were done in Seattle where he found himself at the beginning of the long running Red Sky Poetry Theater in the early 1980s. He fell in with a bad crowd, and after a long slog through graduate school became a professor of Geography in Portland. After some disagreeable business with the dean, however, he found himself a job where he works as a planner, and, upon being called back up to be an adjunct in another part of the university, continues to te
DK Holm, film reviewer for http://vanvoice.com/film_tv , talks about the new releases Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, starring Gary Oldman, and The Adventures of Tintin, a stop motion animated feature, directed by Steven Spielberg. And, Fortunato joins in with some thoughts on the proposed feature film to be adapted from the BBC's long running science fiction TV series, Doctor Who.
Poets Carlos Reyes and Henry Hughes read and speak with host Barbara LaMorticella on Talking Earth Monday Night November 21, from 10-11 PM. Reyes reads from his new book, The Book of Shadows, New & Selected poems; and Hughes shares his own poetry and poetry from the new anthology he's edited, The Art of Angling: Poems About Fishing.