Monday morning show

https://www.gofundme.com/rollerbladeforcanceraid

Deer River High School English teacher Phil Hermel joined us today to tell us about his epic quest to raise local funds for local folks struggling with cancer.  You can get behind Phil's 100 mile-24 hour rollerblade for Cancer Aid on his Go Fund Me page

A princess, is a princess, is a princess...until she's not. In her poem "For Ilene Woods (born Jaqueline)", Ali O'Reilly details the long life of one princess in particular.

Wes Bailey

World Cup coverage from our intrepid soccer reporter Dan Gannon.  Who were you rooting for? 

Jeff Olson on Call of the Wild

Jul 10, 2018

Milt Lee heads to Fosston to talk with Jeff Olson, a metal artist with a focus on forms from nature such as flowers and birds.

www.annhood.us

“Hood, known primarily for her adult novels, offers up a coming-of-age story steeped in nostalgia, humor, and heart. There’s obvious appeal for Beatles fans, but Trudy, irrepressible in her struggle to maintain friendships in a changing world, will win many admirers of her own.”

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Mary Knox Johnson on Call of the Wild

Jun 14, 2018

Milt Lee visits with Mary Knox Johnson about her research on gangster activity at Big Bass Lake near Bemidji.

Milt Lee heads to Ponemah to visit with artist Rob Fineday about his handcrafted birch bark picture frames.

Milt Lee visits The Farm By The Lake and talks with caretakers Marty Cobenais and Dawn Loeffler about the many events held at this retreat center near Bagley.

In his poem Root River, poet Scott Lowery shows how a teachable moment can find resolution in a simple gesture

www.brendankiely.com

The novel Tradition goes into the privileged world of a private boarding school where only a few have power.  It's told from the perspective of Jules and Bax.  Jules is a good student who is starting to see the problems of the school and how power and status plays out.  Bax is a scholarship student who has been trained to be aggressive on the rink as a hockey goalie.  Their friendship and standing up for what's right is at the center of this tale. 

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