Staff from Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin visits to discuss their work as southwestern Wisconsin’s largest hunger-relief charity. They end hunger by working with local groups, such as WORT, who share their passion for helping people.
Madison-based composer and vocalist Betsy Ezell explores a lot of different vocal styles and approaches to songwriting on her debut album, 2018’s Voices. There’s also a strong spirit of collaboration at work here between Ezell and the other musicians—Becca May Grant on piano, Richard Hildner on guitar, Laurie Lang on bass, and Jim Huwe on […]
Lynn Keller is Martha Meier Renk-Bascom Professor of Poetry at UW-Madison. She is co-editor of the University of Iowa Press Series on Contemporary North American Poetry, and is particularly interested in women’s poetry and ecopoetics.
Denver, Colorado and Madison, Wisconsin both exist in the vast, nebulous forgotten land known as “Flyover Country” to jetsetters between the U.S.’s coastal capitals of cultural privilege, New York and Los Angeles. Together With, a collaborative exhibit between Denver’s Hyperlink collective and the currently Wisconsin-based Young Space project seeks to collapse the 964 miles between […]