I Found Myself in the Stories He Toldâ€”Richard Rodriquez, on William Saroyan
WE THE PEOPLE: THE ROAD TO HAMILTON, PART ONE, live from Broadway-New York and Helsinki, the 40th Fulbright Anniversary and the Maple Leaf and Eagle Conference on North American Studies
The Nation of Nobody: The Crisis of Belonging in Alien-Nation, or, Outsiders as the Elect(ed) in American Cultural History (and that includes Emily Dickinson, and you).
On this aMayzing Motherâ€™s day, as our show today celebrates the â€œhereâ€ in the hear and now, podcast at BarbaraMossberg.com, produced by Zappa Johns, slowing down and heating it up, with poetry â€œwithout which men die miserably every dayâ€ (Wm. Carlos Williams). Thank you for joining me . . . livestreamed Sunday noon-1 pm, podcast anytime itâ€™s morning in your life, and youâ€™re slowing down to make it last. Hearwith is a program summary, for you, Dear Listener:
YOUâ€™VE GOT TO GET UP OUT OF BED AND GREET THE DAY! WITH THE COFFEE OF THE POETRY SLOW DOWN