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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12/28/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Dangling Stockings Episode” includes the poems “Winter in an Old House” by Nick DePascal (from Before You Become Improbable, West End Press); “Identity Crisis” by Priscila Uppal (from Another English, ed. Catherine Barnett and Tiphanie Yanique); and a section from “Metropolitan Suite” by Ryan Teitman (from Litany for the City, BOA Editions, Ltd.)

Playlist for 12/28: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Viewfinder Episode”

Dec 21, 2014

12/21/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Viewfinder Episode” includes the poems “At Jun’s House in Kiangan” by Renato Rosaldo (from the Day of Shelly’s Death, Duke University Press); and “One for Sorrow” by Tanya Olson (from Boyishly, Yes Yes Books); and quotes from Women Photographers: From Julia Margaret Cameron to Cindy Sherman by Boris Friedewald (Prestel)

Playlist for 12/21: 

Audio Saucepan: “The First Turn Episode”

Dec 7, 2014

12/7/14— Audio Saucepan: “The First Turn Episode” includes the poems “Balcony” by Zeina Hashem Beck (from To Live in Autumn, The Backwaters Press); “No. 628. To Destroy Bed Bugs.” by B.C. Edwards (from From the Standard Cyclopedia of Recipes, Black Lawrence Press); and “The First Turn Might Be the Right One Home” by Maria Hummel (from House and Fire, The American Poetry Review)

Playlist for 12/7: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Episode of the Forks”

Nov 23, 2014

11/23/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Episode of the Forks” includes the poems “Milkmaid” by Ellen Bryant Voigt (from Headwaters, W.W. Norton) and “Thanksgiving” by TJ Jarrett (from Ain’t No Grave, New Issues Press); and two haiku by Gerald Vizenor (from Favor of Crows, Wesleyan University Press)

Playlist for 11/23: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Cold Moving Episode”

Nov 16, 2014

11/16/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Cold Moving Episode” includes the poems “Metaphor” by Claudia Emerson (from Late Wife, Louisiana State University Press); “We are a Natural Wonder” by Alex Dimitrov (from Begging For It, Four Way Books); and “Tears” by Dunya Mikhail (from The Iraqi Nights, New Directions)

Playlist for 11/16: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Episode that Floats”

Nov 9, 2014

11/9/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Episode that Floats” includes the poems “Always” by Mark Strand (from Collected Poems, Knopf); “My Father’s Body” by David Wagoner (from After the Point of No Return, Copper Canyon Press); and “When the Water is at Our Ankles” by Matthea Harvey (from If the Tabloids are True, What Are You?, Graywolf Press)

Playlist for 11/9: 

Audio Saucepan: “The See-through Episode”

Oct 19, 2014

10/19/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The See-through Episode” includes the poems “Hikmet: Cankiri Prison, 1938” by Joshua Weiner (from Figure of a Man Being Swallowed by a Fish, University of Chicago Press); “Choice” by Ruth Padel from On Migration, Counterpoint Press); and “Driving with Marli” by David Mason (from Sea Salt, Red Hen Press)

Playlist for 10/19:

10/12/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Episode That Has Been Accounted For” includes the poems “Silence” by Jenny Husk (from Vocalises, UpSet Press); “The Violin Thief” by Lee Ann Roripaugh (from Dandarians, Milkweed Editions); and “Time Enough” by Dennis O’Driscoll (from Dear Life, Copper Canyon Press)

Playlist for 10/12:

Audio Saucepan: “The Low Slung Episode”

Sep 21, 2014

9/21/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Low Slung Episode” includes the poems “[Day on Day falls]” by Joan Houlihan (from Ay, Tupelo Press); “Suite Billy Strayhorn” (excerpt) by Gabrielle Calvocoressi (from The Last Time I Saw Amelia Earhart, Persea Books); “Terra Nullius” by Erika Meitner (from Copia, BOA Editions, Ltd.)

Playlist for 9/21: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Unapologetic Episode”

Aug 31, 2014

8/31/14—Audio Saucepan: “The Unapologetic Episode” includes the poems “The Smell of Spearmint” by W.S. DiPiero (from Tombo, McSweeney’s); “The Cake” by Mark Irwin (from Large White House Speaking, New Issues Poetry); “Untitled (In my dream…)” by Claudia Rankine (from Don’t Let Me Be Lonely, Graywolf Press)

Playlist for 8/31: 

8/24/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Waking Up as a Buddhist Episode” includes the poems “Trends Motel” by Travis Mossotti (from  My Life as an Island, Moon City Press); “Seeds and Seeding” by Nathaniel Perry (from Nine Acres, The American Poetry Review); and “Waking Up as a Buddhist” by David Shumate (from Kimonos in the Closet, University of Pittsburgh Press)

Playlist for 8/24: 

8/10/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Appropriate Question Episode” includes the poems “Verbatim II” by Ed Pavlic (from Visiting Hours at the Color Line, Milkweed Editions); “Thinking Like a Split Melon,” by Jamaal May (from Hum, Alice James Books); and “Goodness” by Andrea Hollander (from Landscape with Female Figure, Autumn House Press)

Playlist for 8/10: 

8/3/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Episode Covered with Lichen” includes the poems “Marrow” by Tim Seibles (from Hammerlock, Cleveland State University Press); “Our Last Vacation” by Keetje Kuipers (from The Keys to the Jail, BOA Editions, Ltd.); and “The Unseen” by Linda Hogan (from Dark. Sweet., Coffee House Press)

Playlist for 8/3:

Audio Saucepan: “The Lost Charlie Episode”

Jul 13, 2014

7/13/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Lost Charlie Episode” includes the poems “Any Morning” by William Stafford (from Ask Me: 100 Essential Poems, Graywolf Press); “Untitled [Why Write about “things”?] by Philip Lamantia (from The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia, University of California Press); and “You” by Lucile Adler (from In Company: An Anthology of New Mexico Poets After 1960, University of New Mexico Press)

Playlist for 7/13:

7/6/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Episode Along the Horizon” includes the poems “Chimera” by Jennifer Elise Foerster (from Leaving Tulsa, The University of Arizona Press); “Essay on Sympathy on Envy” by Shane McCrae (from Nonfiction; Black Lawrence Press) and “The Day After Tomorrow” by W.S. DiPiero (from Nitro Nights; Copper Canyon Press)

Playlist for 7/6: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Untangled Episode”

Jun 29, 2014

6/29/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Untangled Episode” includes the poems “Open House” by Kazim Ali (from Sky Ward, Wesleyan University Press); “Monologue During a Blackout” by Kara Candito (from Spectator, The University of Utah Press); and “To a Snake” by Jeffrey Harrison (from Into Daylight, Tupelo Press)

Playlist for 6/29: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Was it a Whale Episode”

Jun 22, 2014

6/22/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Was it a Whale Episode” includes the poems “The Latch” by Rosanna Warren (from Ghost in a Red Hat, W.W. Norton); “[We cannot help ourselves…] by Endi Bogue Hartigen (from Pool [5 Choruses], Omnidawn); and “Sighting” by Tess Taylor (from The Forage House, Red Hen Press)

Playlist for 6/22: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Same Planet Episode”

Jun 8, 2014

6/8/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Same Planet Episode” includes the poems “Young Girl Peeling Apples” by Mary Jo Salter (from A Phone Call to the Future, Knopf); “Nature” by Henry Carlile (from Oregon, Carnegie Mellon University Press); and “Thought Problem” by Vijay Seshadri (from 3 Sections, Graywolf Press)

Playlist for 6/8: 

6/1/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Diligently Patrolled Episode” includes an excerpt from Maya Angelou’s “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” (Random House Audio, read by the author); “For the Return of God” by Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum (from Ghost Gear, University of Arkansas Press); and “the road taken” by Richard Vargas (from Guernica revisited, Press 53) 

Playlist for 6/1: 

Audio Saucepan: “The Unsalted Episode”

May 25, 2014

5/25/14 — Audio Saucepan: “The Unsalted Episode” includes “The Open Sentence” by Denise Levertov (from The Collected Poems of Denise Levertov, New Directions); “Gift” by John Kavanagh (from Blue Room, Dufour Editions); and “Vulgar Remedies: Tooth and Salt” by Anna Journey (from Vulgar Remedies, Louisiana State University Press)

Playlist for 5/25: