This week: poet Gabriel Gudding, fiction writer Katie Dubois, and, from the archives, essayist Louise Krug.
This week, we have creative non-fiction writer Rebekah Taussig in the studio—plus work from Joe Harrington and Darren Canady recorded live at Beecher’s “Mischief Night” reading.
Poets Nathan Smith and Dana Peterson, as well as fiction writer Will Orlowski, are all featured this week.
This episode features poems by David James Miller, fiction from Jacqueline Holland, and a segment from our archives with non-fiction author Kelly Barth.
This week: readings from novelist and KU professor, Laura Moriarty as well as from poets Danny Caine and Amanda Hemingsen.
In this second episode of the semester, we hear work by poet Robert Knapp and fiction writer Adam Miller—plus, from the archives, work from founder of the program, Scott Ross.
The first episode of the semester brings readings by visiting writer Tony Trigilio, poet Candice Wuehle, and fiction writer Garrett Fiddler.
John Adair profiles the inner workings of your favorite college radio station.
November 20th is a huge night for comedy in lovely Lawrence, Kansas.
Girls Rock Lawrence is a new summer day camp taking place this upcoming summer in Lawrence for girls in grades 7-12, dedicated to coming together for a week and making music together. Campers will come together to form bands for the week, and will attend multiple music-making workshops each day and will also receive time to practice with their bands. Workshop topics include band promotion, feminism, self-expression and many others. Girls Rock Lawrence is a part of the Girls Rock Camp Alliance, which you can learn more about at girlsrockcampalliance.org. Girls Rock Lawrence aligns their values with the core values of the Girls Rock Camp Alliance, which includes valuing the power of music, integrity, honest…