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John Banville, a.k.a. Benjamin Black, talks about his newest novel, The Silver Swan. His novel, The Book of Evidence, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize.

In the second half, Geri Chavis and Ted Bowman preview the upcoming National Poetry Therapy Conference, which comes to Minneapolis April 2 through 6 at the Millennium Hotel. The conference also features poet Patricia Smith. More information is available at www.poetrytherapy.org:http://www.poetrytherapy.org.

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Hull, Dakota Dave : New Shirt
Kelly, Jack his South Memphis Jugband : Cold Iron Bed
Blue Sky Boys : Asleep in the Briny Deep

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Celebrating Avant Women part 3

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As we experience yet another vernal equinox the ancient Earth awakens from the winters sleep. The music for tonights show brings ancient rhythms via Inuit drum songs from Greenland, jojk from above the Arctic Circle and ancient harp (kantele) music from Karelia, Estonia and Latvia. Sami artists Marit Hætte Øverli and her group Jienat along with Nikko Valkeapää (born in Enontekiö, Finland and residing now in Kautokeino, Norway) offer traditional and modern settings of jojk. Inuit drum singer Kigutikaq Duneq and Northern Voices (Christian Vuust and Tobias Sjögren) bring ancient story songs from Greenland. The Karelian Folk Music Ensemble and Estonian artist Kirili Loo bring music and ancient stories prominently featuring the kantele. The Latvian ensemble Ilgi rounds out the evening of music Äfrom the fringesÄ.

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With the Fifth deadly anniversary of this phase of the ongoing Iraq War – and the Winter Soldier conference another plea to get out. Also music of Pakistan, Tibet, Central Europe other hot spots.

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