On this edition of Radio Literature, host Melvin Hinton is joined by Minnesotan author Joan Oliver Goldsmith. Goldsmith is the author of the book How Can We Keep From Singing: Music and the Passionate Life (Penguin Random House, 2001), a celebration of the world of song. Goldsmith works as a freelance writer, and has been […]
Melvin Hinton met his guest Rachel Krings in the Oral Interpretation course at Madison College. They talk about their class and their mutual love of “oral interpretation”, including reading to children.
Melvin Hinton’s guest Miranda Hawk, head of the Department of Communication and Performing Arts at Madison College, discusses the role of theater, oral interpretation and the performing arts in our lives. Miranda also reads from the play Clybourne Park, by Bruce Norris, which she will direct later this year.
Holiday poems and prose presented by Melvin Hinton offering a little something for everyone. Melvin reads poems from Christina Georgina Rossetti (“Christmas Eve” and “Christmas Tide“) and Clement Moore’s seasonal “Twas the Night Before Christmas“.
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).
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.