Melvin Hinton interviews Sarah White who has written work based on her life. She also provides writing services for individuals, families, businesses, and communities from her home base in Madison, Wisconsin. Typical projects include books, articles, online content, and life histories.
On Radio Literature Melvin and Bill read multiple poems from various artists. Melvin also talks about Juan Felipe Herrera the first Mexican American to win the National Poet Laureate.
Fabu Phillis Carter professionally known as Fabu, a Madison Poet Laureate is an inspiration for people of all ages. She is interviewed by Melvin Hinton on Radio Literature.
Melvin Hinton interviews Doug Moe author of the books Lords of the Ring: The Triumph and Tragedy of College Boxing’s Greatest Team and The World of Mike Royko and journalist for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Melvin Hinton and Susan host Moises Villavicencio Barras who reads poems from his Book “La Luz de Todos los Tiempos” which translates to “The Light of All Times” The hour consists of Moises reading a poem followed by the translation that is read by Melvin.
Melvin Hinton hosts Lenore McComas Coberly who reads from her book “For I Am Mountain Born”. Lenore McComas Coberly was born in Lincoln County and attended Carnegie Institute of Technology, the University of Pittsburgh and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.