I now have had three of my micro-poetry readings featured on NPR's Minnesota affiliate, KAXE. I've added the links over on my poetry blog, at the individual posts for each poem, but decided to add them here, as well. I include the dates they were aired along with a direct link to each.
November 26th "Goat Man"
February 3rd "My Father's Thermos"
February 25th "On the Banks of the Knife River"
In other (related) news, I'm one of ten Minnesota poets who have been invited to participate in a live two hour broadcast on this same station on April 11th. I will give a link to this as the time nears if anyone would like to tune in.
It's been a long, cold winter and poetry is keeping me sane ... well, so far so good, I guess ...
Good for you!!! Pat yourself on the back more than once.ReplyDelete
That is such bright news on the gloomy (again) afternoon. Well done, Teresa.ReplyDelete
Teresa it has been a long cold Winter ~ I am off to read those poems now.ReplyDelete
Congrats on being chosen for the broadcast !
congratulations and well deserved, love the image of the native americans in winter, what a hard life they must have had especially in winterReplyDelete
so much to be heard and felt in so few words, loved hearing you tell each of the three, thanks so muchReplyDelete
As cold as it has been, thank goodness for poetry!ReplyDelete
All excellent news Teresa! Proves that talent prevails. We are all proud to be your supporters!ReplyDelete
Thank you all so much for your lovely and encouraging comments. I'm really looking forward to it, and am so grateful to be included with such a fine group of poets.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! That is very exciting. It has been cold here this winter as well although it seems as if the weekend will be a bit warmer...we may even climb all the way up to 30!ReplyDelete
Very atmospheric readings, T. The music works wonderfully well too. Well done.ReplyDelete
Glad you are getting the recognition you deserve!ReplyDelete
Dear Teresa, what wonderful news. I'm always just tickled pink when an artist is recognized for her/his work. And thank you for the links. I know that the Minnesota winter has been like living in the Arctic Tundra, so I'm glad to learn that out of it has come the good of your poetry. Peace.ReplyDelete
Go you!!!! That's fantastic news--congratulations!!ReplyDelete
A Big Thank You to all who have listened/commented. I'm very grateful for your support and encouragement.ReplyDelete