What is the opposite of what you’re doing right now? Feature contributor Carrie Ann Welsh explores how practicing polarity in a pandemic can be good medicine. Special thanks to the voices of Martha McAlpine, Cynthia Burnson, Jenisha Watts, Nate Millington, Lauren Wojcik, Claudia Ramly, Eleni Schirmer, Mae Graber-Schmidt, Rachel Goldberg, Michaela Sulka, and Edmond Ramly. […]
Desire Lines Radio is named after the desire paths we trod through the grass, those dirt trails that feel more natural than what’s been laid out. Feature contributor Carrie Ann Welsh follows emergent stories, slow scenes, and making lines of connection where we want them to be.
Up here in the upper midwest, winters sure feel long. But a recent climate change study reminds us that winter is actually shrinking. By 2100, summer is projected to last nearly half a year and winter will be less than two months. What will happen to spring, that long season of transition? It doesn’t look […]
Eighty-five-year-old Barbara Lozowski reads poems she’s written about knitted afghans, growing old, and a circle of trees in the Upper Peninsula. Recorded in Kentucky in 2018. This is a personal story from my grandma, Barbara Lozowski. We call her Ama. She just turned 88, and she has a collection of poems she’s written in spiral […]