Monthly Archives: June 2013

June 15: Arielle Brousse and Kelly Jolley

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(10:00-10:30 AM CT): Arielle Brousse on The Sensible Nonsense Project, a collection of short essays by readers about their favorite books from childhood.

(10:30-11:00 AM CT): Dr. Kelly Jolley, a philosophy professor at Auburn University, on the basics of philosophy. What is it? Why does it matter?

The Jason Crane Show #016: Camille Guthrie and Andrew Grace

On this episode, poet Camille Guthrie reads from her book Articulated Lair, and documentary filmmaker Andrew Grace talks about his film Eating Alabama.

(Note: The interview with Andrew Grace was recorded at The Gnu’s Room in November 2012.)

(Another note: The artist whose work inspired Camille Guthrie’s latest book is Louise Bourgeois.)

The Jason Crane Show #015: Charles Bernstein

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On this episode, poet Charles Bernstein takes us on a guided tour of the PennSound audio poetry archive. You’ll hear poems by Gertrude Stein, Robert Creeley, June Jordan, Etheridge Knight and Bernstein himself.