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Deadly Diligence

Performed in Malone, NY by Irate Primates for UpNorth Music. December 7, 2006  Go to full article

Mobile Poetics

Performed in Malone, NY by Irate Primates for UpNorth Music. December 7, 2006  Go to full article

Frankensteiner

Performed in Malone, NY by Irate Primates for UpNorth Music. December 7, 2006  Go to full article
Franklin Manor, Walle Conoly, ill.
Franklin Manor, Walle Conoly, ill.

A Franklin Manor Christmas, part 1

Paul Willcott of Saranac Lake reads his original Adirondack holiday story set in a down-at-heels former cure cottage and monastery occupied by a lonesome ex-professor. His grumpy solitude is troubled by ghosts, runaways, and a variety of everyday neighborhood angels.  Go to full article
Susan and The Professor, Walle Conoly, ill.
Susan and The Professor, Walle Conoly, ill.

A Franklin Manor Christmas, part 2

Paul Willcott of Saranac Lake reads his original Adirondack holiday story set in a down-at-heels former cure cottage and monastery occupied by a lonesome ex-professor. His grumpy solitude is troubled by ghosts, runaways, and a variety of everyday neighborhood angels.  Go to full article
Storyteller Karen Glass. Burdett Parks photo
Storyteller Karen Glass. Burdett Parks photo

Esther, a Girl With a Dream, a story by Karen Glass

Keene Valley storyteller Karen Glass weaves stories about women around music by Dan Duggan in her collection, Phoebe's Garden and Other Stories of Strong Women, newly out from Esperance Studios in Red Creek, NY. Her story "Esther, a girl with a dream," features Dan Duggan playing the traditional tune Inishere.  Go to full article
Mayhem Poets Kyle Sutton and <br />Scott Tarazevits in the studio.
Mayhem Poets Kyle Sutton and
Scott Tarazevits in the studio.

A brief history of slam by the Mayhem Poets

The Mayhem Poets dropped by the NCPR studio February 3, 2005, in advance of their Community Performance Series gig for the following night at SUNY Potsdam. Their work is wholly original and dynamically entertaining. Combining hip-hop rhythms and theatrical rhymes, this group makes poetry accessible and exciting.  Go to full article

Poets for Peace reading in Contois Auditorium, Burlington VT

Burlington City Hall's Contois Auditorium was packed to listen to nine poets with regional connections read poems of war and peace. Some of the best-known names in US poetry participated. Readers included Galway Kinnell, Grace Paley, David Budbill, Jody Gladding, David Hinton, Major Jackson, Diane Swan and Martha Zweig. A music interlude was provided by cellist John Dunlop, and a display of photos of Iraq by John Preston Smith was featured in the lobby. NCPR Online recorded the entire evening for the UpNorth Concert Hall.  Go to full article

People: Poet Roger Mitchell

Writer Roger Mitchell spent years away from the North Country... the Midwest, England and the Everglades. Now he's back, living in Jay and writing about the Adirondacks, history, farming and family. His new book, Delicate Bait, won the 2002 Akron Poety Prize. Our experiences and place in the world feature prominently in Mitchell's poems. Todd Moe spoke with him at his home in Jay.  Go to full article

An Intimate Evening with Billy Collins, Poet Laureate of the United States

Poet laureate Billy Collins came to the Thousand Islands to read his poetry, take audience questions, and sign books in the century-old Clayton Opera House. About 200 people gathered in the bunting-decked hall to attend the reading, presented here in full, exclusively from NCPR Online.  Go to full article

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