32 episodes

A montage of interviews, spoken word, community events, soil restoration and water preservation.

Listen and Be Heard Martha Cinader

    • Education

A montage of interviews, spoken word, community events, soil restoration and water preservation.

    • video
    Good Morning Between Storms

    Good Morning Between Storms

    Last night we had a mother of a thunderstorm. Bobo hates thunderstorms. He broke out somehow, despite the electric wire, and was running around practically begging me to put him back up in his stall. So now I have him locked in his stall, and Bart and Frank and Thelma and Louise, too, because there are predictions for worse weather later today. I fed the ducks and chickens and came back inside just in time, before the thunder and lightning and pouring rain started all over again. The pool renovation is progressing. The next time weather permits I am going to plant my okra starters, somewhere, I haven't decided where yet.

    s2e16 Sidewalk Cruising and Running with Wolves

    s2e16 Sidewalk Cruising and Running with Wolves

    Poet, MARY OISHI on her new book, Sidewalk Cruiseship. From the archives, an interview with DR. CLARISSA PINKOLA ESTES. More from the CD Sugilanon, more about banning books, and more of Martha’s quest to publish.

    • 58 min
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    Some Sunday Morning Videos

    Some Sunday Morning Videos

    Last Sunday morning I didn't take time to make any videos, but I had fun play/working with the water flowing from the pond into Langston Creek, which runs all the way to the Reedy River. I've been on a quest to slow the flow... This Sunday morning it's been more about the Callery pears that are trying to make a comeback in the woods along the goat fence. After looking in on the pool garden, where I have a lot of starters started, feeding everyone and doing the chick check, I headed into the woods to lop off the Callery pears and pile them along the goat fence, which they thought was a great idea.

    s2e15 Sharon Scott talks FM Radio for Dummies

    s2e15 Sharon Scott talks FM Radio for Dummies

    Today in the audio garden SHARON SCOTT, author of Low Power FM for dummies contemplates the future with radio thriving in a tapestry of resilient regions across the continent known as Turtle Island. CAROLINE JULIA CABADING considers the past through a lens of poetry and music. ERNIE BRILL comments on banning books. MARTHA CINADER’s quest to publish her most recently completed novel continues.

    • 58 min
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    Freedom Garden Update

    Freedom Garden Update

    This third year garden hosts a mixture of annuals, perennials and animals as it changes, like life does. Please join me in the audio garden tonight, Tuesday April 30, at 8pm EDT, for the L&BH Hour for Readers and Writers, live on WLBH.org.

    s2e14 Ernie Brill, Ernest Brawley & Beverly Parayno talk about life and writing

    s2e14 Ernie Brill, Ernest Brawley & Beverly Parayno talk about life and writing

    The audio garden is bursting with Spring plenitude. Tony Robles talks with ERNIE BRILL about life and writing poetry, and ERNEST BRAWLEY about his life as a novelist. BEVERLY PARAYNO brings us a bouquet of wildflowers, a sampling from a lecture she gave recently to the Gold Country Writers group in Auburn, CA. More on banning books and Martha Cinader’s meditation on manifesting the publication of her most recently completed novel.

    • 58 min

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