George O’Brien, an authentic Irishman, even though he has lived most of his life in the United States, talks about his new book The Irish Novel: 1800-1910 with RADIO LITERATURE host Melvin Hinton. The book is published by the Cork University Press (Ireland).
(WORT) — UW astronomers Arthur Eigenbrot and Anna Williams discuss the aurora forecast and share the details on a comet spraying alcohol into space!
Co-Poet Laureate Sarah Busse joins host Melvin Hinton to talk about and read from her book of poems Do-It-Yourself Paper Airplanes. Sarah also explains just who Sarah Sadie is.
Former Madison Poet Laureate Fabu Phillis Carter (known as Fabu) guest hosts this edition of Radio Literature. She interviews Christina Stoddard, the author of Hive , which was selected by Lucia Perillo for the 2015 Brittingham Prize in Poetry (University of Wisconsin Press).
Melvin Hinton hosts Fermat’s Last Theater Company during Radio Literature, he is joined by two actors who take part in the play and the producer as well. They are interviewed and share bits of their work on Radio Literature.
Melvin Hinton along with Roger Brooks are in the studio with Jessica Zeidman who is a student at Northwestern University. Jessica is majoring in radio television and film. She has a passion for books, poetry and overall is very skillful individual.