a broadcast in the Inland Valley featuring book-related news and event announcements from around the valley, interviews with local literary figures, readings, storytelling, and all manner of literary works.
Kendall Johnson, Kate Flannery and John Brantingham discuss the work of long time Inland Valley artist Terry Givens.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 16.54MB - Duration: 27:32 m (80 kbps 32000 Hz)
Ken Johnson, Kate Gale and John Brantingham discuss the new catalogue from the Sasse Museum on the art of Deenagh Miller.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 16.77MB - Duration: 28:50 m (79 kbps 32000 Hz)
John Brantingham, Kendall Johnson, Tim Hatch start by asking if the Inland Empire has an identifiable artistic voice and then we're off to the races bouncing around from idea to idea.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 16.35MB - Duration: 27:59 m (79 kbps 32000 Hz)
John Brantingham, Kate Flannery, and Kendall Johnson recommend books by local authors.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 17.98MB - Duration: 31:19 m (78 kbps 32000 Hz)
John Brantingham, Kendall Johnson, Aruni Wijesinghe, Jeffrey Graessley, and Tim Hatch
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 27.38MB - Duration: 43:05 m (88 kbps 32000 Hz)
Inland Valley Poets discuss how to evaluate whether an idea is good or not.
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 39.72MB - Duration: 51:41 m (106 kbps 32000 Hz)
John Brantingham, Jeffrey Graessley, Tim Hatch, Kate Flannery, and Kendall Johnson
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 43.16MB - Duration: 58:29 m (102 kbps 32000 Hz)
John Brantingham, David Falkinburg, and Kendall Johnson
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 13.4MB - Duration: 35:16 m (50 kbps 32000 Hz)
John Brantingham, Ken Johnson, Matt Sedillo, Tim Hatch, and Jeffrey Graessley
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 20.2MB - Duration: 51:44 m (51 kbps 32000 Hz)
Ken Johnson, Tim Hatch, Matt Sedillo, Kate Flannery, John Brantingham
Filetype: MP3 - Size: 17.17MB - Duration: 47:29 m (49 kbps 32000 Hz)
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The Inland Valley Art & Literature Show is also available via iTunes, Hub Hopper, PlayerFM, Blubrry, and Listen Notes.