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Poet Paul Muldoon and drama Voices in Conflict

Paul Muldoon
Paul Muldoon

Guest host Christian McEwen interviews Paul Muldoon, poet and poetry editor of The New Yorker. And Francesca Rheannon talks with the director and cast members of a new production of the documentary play Voices in Conflict. It’s being presented by the New Century Theatre in western Massachusetts. Continue reading

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Snark and Civility

P.M Forni
P.M Forni
David Denby
David Denby

We talk to film critic David Denby of the New Yorker about [amazon-product text=”SNARK: It’s Mean, It’s Personal and It’s Ruining Our Conversation” type=”text”]1416599452[/amazon-product]. And P.M Forni tells us about [amazon-product text=”THE CIVILITY SOLUTION: What To Do When People Are Rude” type=”text”]0312368496[/amazon-product]. Continue reading

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Wind Energy Island, Milk-N-Honey, and Families of the Vine

We talk with Elizabeth Kolbert of the New Yorker about her recent article, “The Island in the Wind”. And Ellen Beckerman tells us about her new play, MILK AND HONEY. And finally, a clip from an archived interview with Michael Sanders about FAMILIES OF THE VINE: Seasons Among the Winemakers of Southwest France.