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.
The Work of Terry Givens - Inland Valley Poets
Kendall Johnson, Kate Flannery and John Brantingham discuss the work of long time Inland Valley artist Terry Givens. More information: Garden Prayers: Fall available from Pelekinesis
The art of Deenagh Miller at the Sasse Museum - Inland Valley Poets
Ken Johnson, Kate Gale and John Brantingham discuss the new catalogue from the Sasse Museum on the art of Deenagh Miller. More information: https://sasseartmuseum.org/
Inland Valley Poets ask if the Inland Empire has an identifiable artistic voice.
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.
Our Recommendations for Local Authors - Inland Valley Poets
The Prince of Orange County by Kareem Tayyar, a local book recommendation
John Brantingham, Kate Flannery, and Kendall Johnson recommend their favorite local authors, in part two of the Inland Valley Art and Literature Show book recommendations episodes.
Our Non-Local Book Recommendations - Inland Valley Poets
The Burgler Who Painted Like Mondrian by Lawrence Block, a book recommendation
John Brantingham, Kendall Johnson, Aruni Wijesinghe, Jeffrey Graessley, and Tim Hatch recommend books written by people from outside the area. Local authors will be featured next episode.
How Do You Know If an Idea is Good? - Inland Valley Poets
John Brantingham, Ken Johnson, Aruni Wijesinghe, Jeffrey Graessley, Tim Hatch, and David Falkinburg ask the question, "How Do You Know If an Idea is Good?"