Originally aired November 15, 2022.
Liz kicks off the show interviewing Paul Metsa, author of Alphabet Jazz.
After the break, MollieRae sits down with local artist Samuel Robertson to discuss his new illustrated Bible.
Write On! Radio – Paul Metsa + Samuel Robertson Write On! Radio
KFAI’s “Turtle Island – Voices Rising” is a celebration of Indigenous Peoples Month with 24 hours of special programming by KFAI hosts, and community who identify as members of our local Indigenous diaspora.
It begins at midnight on Friday, November 11. Your favorite regular Friday programming returns next week.
After listening to a news story about yet another case of violence against the Asian community, Katie Hae Leo wanted to organize a self defense class for AAPI women and nonbinary people. She texted a group of friends, including Jennifer Weir, who is the Executive Director of non-profit Taiko Arts Midwest. Taiko Arts Midwest took on the endeavor of creating and hosting a workshop, which is rooted in martial arts and empowerment.
On Tuesday November 8, 2022 Democracy Now! will broadcast a live 3-hour election night special on KFAI from 8 p.m. to 10:59 p.m. CST with in-depth analysis and real-time results from congressional and gubernatorial races, as well as ballot initiatives from around the country.
Regular Tuesday evening programs Bonjour Minnesota, and Balkan Jamboree will return next week.
Originally aired November 1, 2022.
Michael Oren joins Liz at the top of the show to discuss his new novel, Swann’s War, which finds a woman taking over her husband’s role in law enforcement when he is away in World War II.
After the break, Josh welcomes Alan Miller, whose new novel Holding Courtsees a supreme court justice kidnapped, leading to broader chaos.
Write On! Radio – Michael Orin + Alan Miller Write On! Radio
Originally aired October 25, 2022.
Dave kicks off the show in conversation with Minnesota author Bill Meissner about his newest book, Summer of Rain, Summer of Fire.
After the break, Dave welcomes Berkeley faculty and author J. Bradford DeLong, author of Slouching Towards Utopia.
Write On! Radio – Bill Meissner + J. Bradford DeLong Write On! Radio
This week, our trusty podcast editor, Aaron Westendorp fills in, and he features an updated interview he did with WFMU in New Jersey and also an interview with a person with Invisible illnesses. Link to the Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-xnyx1hfUI,d actual film starts 30 minutes into the video
Disability and Progress-November 3,2022-Aaron Takes Over, Again! Disability and Progress
Jerome Evans is an African-American queer man who works in marketing with the Minnesota Service Cooperatives. He is also co-chair of the Public Health Advisory Committee for the City of Minneapolis and host of the TV show “Bottomless Coffee with Jerome” on MCN6 sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Health. KFAI’s Dixie Treichel spoke with Evans about how his work has met the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.