Flo Mayberry, Tamim Ansari, Edwin Torres
Tony Robles speaks with Flo Mayberry, writing coach, and Tamim Ansary, Afghan-American writer. Martha Cinader speaks with Edwin Torres.
Ep-11: Laura Lengnick, Ann Davila Cardinal, Bruce Spang
Laura Lengnick, author of Resilient Agriculture, Bruce Spang with a couple poems and Tony Robles speaks to Ann Davila Cardinal author of The Storyteller’s Death
Celebrating Poetry and Earth
poetry from the L&BH Archives recorded live at University of the Streets in 1995, featuring Kim Horne and a Liquid Sound Lounge Round featuring DJ Jeannie Hopper and Everton Sylvester. Also, a little bit of Mission of Love, recorded live at the New Knitting Factory in 1995. Tony Robles Contributes some Live TV in a…
Speaking and Listening Then and Now
Rudolfo Anaya and Q.R. Hand Jr. from the archives. Student Art exhibit in Hendersonville, NC, Robert Zachary of the Healing Love Institute and Emily Dickinson.
Listening and Being Heard in the Here and Now
Podcast Episode 8: Martha shares her ideas about Listen & Be Heard the podcast, and the website, the role creative people have to play in spreading a restoration message to a mass audience, and shares some poetry as well.
Speaking with Greenville’s Poet Laureate
Tony Robles interviews Greenville, SC Poet Laureate, Glenis Redmond. Pilar Uribe gives us quotes from notable women of past and present. Martha Cinader hosts and shares excerpts from a journal about a journal made in China. Crystal Waters contributes another episode from Martha’s Kitchen Garden about snapping turtles, with James Cruell and Kirk.
Children in the Caribbean and Tribes in New York
Martha Cinader speaks with Opal Palmer Adisa in Jamaica, author of Pretty Like Jamaica, published by Caribbean Reads. Martha also speaks with author Chavisa Woods, Executive Director of A Gathering of the Tribes in New York City. Tony Robles reads poetry from Issue 16 of A Gathering of the Tribes Magazine.
Black History, Radio History, Ancient Herstory
Martha Cinader talks with Davyne Dial, the General Manager of WPVM Radio in Asheville, NC, and Dr. Kim McMillon, from her writing den in Merced, California. Tony Robles reports from the Rise Up! Black History Celebration in Hendersonville NC, where he spoke with dancers Pam Suber and Alyeh Cady. Also, a trailer for the film…
Community and Poetry Then and Now
Martha Cinader hosts an audio journey, including Tony Robles reporting on a Leonard Peltier demonstration in SF and bias in the schools in Hendersonville, live spoken word by Barbara Barg and Julie Patton recorded at WBAI Radio in the 1990s, and more from Carl Hancock Rux back in the day, Poonam Srivistava speaking with Bina…