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Audio Saucepan on KSFR

Sunday from 6:00 to 7:00 PM MST

Audio Saucepan is a carefully sculpted, one-hour journey through jazz, classical, blues, spirituals and world music interwoven with interpretive poetry readings and recorded words. A joyous potluck of reason and tempo. Gourmet sounds for your ears and mind. A show designed to make your weekend end well.

You may listen to each episode for 2 weeks following the airdate. The 2-week archive is available at www.radiofreeamerica.com/dj/lauren-camp.

Email:  lauren@ksfr.org

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4/2/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Talking to a Post Episode” includes the poems “Float” by Neil Aitken (from Babbage’s Dream, Sundress Publications); “Hometown Astronaut, 1962” by Tina Carlson (from Ground, Wind, This Body, University of New Mexico Press); and “She Said It Was like Talking to a Post” by James Galvin (from Everything We Always Knew Was True, Copper Canyon Press)

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Audio Saucepan: “The Hole to Fill Episode”

Mar 5, 2017

3/5/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Hole to Fill Episode” includes the poems “From the Faraway, Nearby” by Jessica Jacobs (from Pelvis with Distance, White Pine Press); “What the Desert is Thinking” by Alison Hawthorne Deming (from The Sonoran Desert: A Literary Field Guide, University of Arizona Press); and “Vantage” by Alan Shapiro (from Life Pig, University of Chicago Press).

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2/26/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Departures and Arrival Episode” includes the poems “Transatlantic” by Hala Alyan (from Hijra, Southern Illinois University Press); “Town” by Rebecca Aronson (from Ghost Child of the Atalanta Bloom, Orison Books); “Untether” by Jay Deshpande (from Love the Stranger, YesYes Books).

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Audio Saucepan: “The Bed of Tulips Episode”

Feb 20, 2017

2/12/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Bed of Tulips Episode” includes the poems “Courtesan with Her Attendant” by Paula Bohince (from Swallows and Waves, Sarabande Books); “Love in the Afternoon” by Grace Schulman (from Without a Claim, Mariner Books); and an excerpt of “Mountains” by Rachel Zucker (from The Pedestrians, Wave Books).

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Audio Saucepan: “The Flock of Grief Episode”

Feb 5, 2017

2/5/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Flock of Grief Episode” includes the poems “ode to the flute” by Ross Gay (from catalog of unabashed gratitude, University of Pittsburgh Press); “ The Eggs” by Jennifer Givhan (from Landscape with Headless Mama, Pleiades Press); and “Grief Puppet” by Sandra Beasley (from Count the Waves, W.W. Norton)

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Audio Saucepan: “The Dim Barn Episode”

Jan 29, 2017

1/29/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Dim Barn Episode” includes the poems “Postscript” by Dobby Gibson (from It Becomes You, Graywolf Press); “Shorter American Memory of Wagon Trailsby Rosmarie Waldrop (from Gap Gardening, New Directions); “The Tines” by Noah Warren (from The Destroyer in the Glass, Yale University Press).

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Audio Saucepan: “The Very Vocal Episode”

Jan 22, 2017

1/22/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Very Vocal Episode” includes the poems “the Phantom” by Lucille Clifton (from Mercy, BOA Editions, Ltd.); “They Feed They Lion” by Philip Levine (from New Selected Poems, Knopf); and a 1975 letter by Leslie Marmon Silko (from Storyteller, Penguin).

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1/8/17 — Audio Saucepan: “The Cheekbone and Doorframe Episode” includes the poems “Because I Could Not” by Greg Hewett (from Blindsight, Coffee House Press) and “The Lovers” by Sarah V. Schweig (from Take Nothing With You, University of Iowa Press); and the excerpt “Rollin’ Wid It” by Joel Dinerstein (from Unfathomable City: A New Orleans Atlas, editor Rebecca Solnit and Rebecca Snedeker, University of California Press).

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12/18/16 — Audio Saucepan: “The Snow-Covered Forsythia Episode” includes the poems “There’s a Word for It” by Thomas Lux (from To the Left of Time, Mariner Books); “Google Earth” by Peter Gizzi (from Archeophonics, Wesleyan University Press); and “for britt” by Ed Ochester (from Sugar Run Road, Autumn House Press).

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11/27/16 — Audio Saucepan: “The Bats and Blue Soul Episode” includes the poems “Bats” by Randall Jarrell (from News of the Universe, Counterpoint Press); “Once I Walked Out” by Mark Wunderlich (from The Earth Avails, Graywolf Press); and “Mahogany Blues” by Bryce Milligan (from Take to the Highway, West End Press)

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Audio Saucepan: “The Out of Season Episode”

Nov 20, 2016

11/20/16 — Audio Saucepan: “The Out of Season Episode” includes the poems “A Person Possessed of Curiosity” by Robert Walser (from A Little Ramble, New Directions); “That Which Mushrooms” by Anna Rabinowitz (from Words on the Street, Tupelo Press); and “Wait” by Galway Kinnell (from Breaking the Jaws of Silence: Sixty American Poets Speak to the World, ed. Sholeh Wolpé, University of Arkansas Press).

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11/6/16 — Audio Saucepan: “The Decision to Decide Episode” includes the poem “Profit and Loss” by Julio Cortázar (from Save Twilight, City Lights); and excerpts by Alice Notley (“Found Work” from Certain Magical Acts, Penguin) and by Renee Gladman (from Calamities, Wave Books). 

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Audio Saucepan: “The Fall and Falling Episode”

Oct 16, 2016

10/16/16 — Audio Saucepan: “The Fall and Falling Episode” includes the poems “Living with Myselves” by Chana Bloch (from Swimming in the Rain, Autumn House Press); haiku by Yosa Buson, Hattori Ransetsu and Matsuo Bashō from Forms of Japan (Prestel); and “Belief” by Suzanne Parker (from Viral, Alice James Books).

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10/2/16 — Audio Saucepan: “The Episode Deep in the Present Moment” includes the poems “Now” by Peter Makuck (from Mandatory Evacuation, BOA Editions, Ltd.); “The New Clock Tower” by Jacob Shores-Argüello (from In the Absence of Clocks, Southern Illinois University Press); and “Invisible Signals” by Kim Addonizio (from Mortal Trash, W.W. Norton).

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9/4/16 — Audio Saucepan: “The Casting Off and Looking Back Episode” includes the poems “Casting Off” by Dean Young (from Bender, Copper Canyon Press); “The Quick of Things” by Lynn Pederson (from The Nomenclature of Small Things, Carnegie Mellon University Press); “Family Gatherings” by Ann Fisher-Wirth (from Dream Cabinet, Wings Press).

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