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  • Rafael Alvarado
    Apr 6, 2008
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      The World Wide Word Radio Network
      Is proud to present the following shows:
      click to listen at
      http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onword/

      Sunday, April 6
      11 am  Pacific time 2 PM eastern
      on
      The Moe Green Poetry Hour
       
       Join Moe Green (AKA) Rafael F. J.  Alvarado and
       His co-host Stacey Mangiaracina
      as they listen to the poetry of
      David Rowe
      Julene Tripp Weaver
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       Monday  April 7
      6 Pm  Pacific time 9 PM eastern
      Listen in to the virgin show,
      Between The Sheets: Conversations With Publishers

      Listen in as
      Matt Mcgee  and Stacey Mangiaracina
      Talk to Scott King of Red Dragonfly Press

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      Julene Tripp Weaver has a bachelor degree in Creative Writing from the City University of New York. She relocated to Seattle in 1989 where she earned her Masters degree in counseling from the Leadership Institute of Seattle. Her work the past fifteen years as an AIDS Case Manager evoked her first chapbook, "Case Walking: An AIDS Case Manager Wails Her Blues," published by Finishing Line Press. Garrison Keillor read her poem "Only What I Can Do" on The Writer's Almanac on December 17th, 2007. Her poem, "death walk," won third prize from the Unfinished Works Competition sponsored by AIDS Services Foundation Orange County for World AIDS Day 2005.  Her poems are published in many journals including The Healing Muse, Knock, Pontoon, Main Street Rag, and in the newly released anthology Letters to the World Poems from the Wom-Po LISTSERV.

      David Rowe's poetry has appeared in litmags including The Cortland Review, The North American Review, Mustachioed, YAWP, Exquisite Corpse, The Burning Bush (Ireland), and in the anthology, Maple Leaf Rag III (Portals Press).  A native of Worcester, Mass., he lives within spitting distance of the golden Joan of Arc statue in the French Quarter of New Orleans.


      Scott King is the founder and editor of Red Dragonfly Press. He grew up in western Minnesota not far from Fargo-Moorhead in Pelican Rapids. After a substantial education in engineering (chemical then environmental) he turned to poetry. He had the good fortune to have the poets Dale Jacobson and Robert Edwards as mentors. He has studied Spanish and Modern Greek and has translated work by Jorge Carrera Andrade, Pablo Neruda, Yannis Ritsos, and Fereydoun Faryad. Daily postings of his Ritsos translations can now be viewed at yannisritsos.blogspot.com

      His books include The Hills, Leftover Ordinary, Heaven Without A Passport (translation of Fereydoun Faryad), and The Wavering Scales (translation of Yannis Ritsos, with Martin McKinsey). His most recent work is Where The Water Falls, a letterpress printed chapbook of seven largely alliterative poems.


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