Monday morning show

Ely writer, DyAnne Korda weaves together the revelatory and the succinct into a poem about healing called "Guadalupe and Burdock." You can find more of her words at www.sleddogmoon.com.

Milt Lee

Milt Lee talks with Bernis Ingvaldson, owner of The Honeyberry Farm south of Bagley.  The Honeyberry Farm has a nursery offering on-line sales of specialty cold hardy fruit bushes including honeyberry (haskap) shrubs, dwarf sour cherry bushes, saskatoon seedlings, elderberry and more. 

U-Pick Berries are available on the farm Sunday-Friday from late June through July 31st and again in September, from 9am to 6pm and evenings by appointment.

Milt Lee talks to Michelle Ruport from Bemidji about organizing marketing opportunities for people who create with their hands, through her business Creative North.

In his poem "Why He Didn't Pray", Winona writer Emilo DeGrazia offers not apology but appreciation

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Veera Hirnanandani joined us to talk about her novel "The Night Diary".

One of the jobs of a writer is to throw light on our everyday struggles. In this essay, "Turning Off the Generator in a Snowstorm", off-the-grid, Northwoods writer Carol Dunbar describes her dealings with power.

In her essay, "In the Dressing Room", Jennifer Derrick remarks upon the passage of time - or maybe just resents it a little...

To spam or not to spam. That is the question. This week's poet, Jennifer Jesseph mis-mailed a poem and ponders it's future.

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KAXE/KBXE focuses on the written word a lot.  Whether it's for writers with Wordish on Monday mornings at 6:50, writer essays from Steve Downing or contributors to our Sunday night program Stay Human with Michael Goldberg.....

In her essay "Simple, Sacred", Serenity Schoonover runs us through her process for being there.

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