17 episodes

Words Out West is a literary podcast spotlighting both established and emerging writers from Montana and the western United States, along with their poems, stories, songs, radio plays and other forms of the spoken word.

Words Out West Jay Kettering

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Words Out West is a literary podcast spotlighting both established and emerging writers from Montana and the western United States, along with their poems, stories, songs, radio plays and other forms of the spoken word.

    Love and Gunpowder

    Love and Gunpowder

    In this bonus episode, Words Out West’s own Jay Kettering writes about a kid who’s willing to blow up his world for love.

    • 57 min
    Who is My Dad?

    Who is My Dad?

    In part one of his radio play trilogy, My Dad and Pre-Socratic Thought, Jay recalls the crazy stories his father told him in an attempt to find meaning.

    • 31 min
    How I Learned To Tell Time

    How I Learned To Tell Time

    In this bonus episode, Words Out West’s own Jay Kettering looks back to a time when everything was a mystery—especially time.
    Jay Kettering: How I Learned To Tell Time: part 2 of his audio trilogy Notes From the Huntley Project (radio play)

    (Dramatic reading by Missoula actors David Mills-Low, Rebecca Schaffer, Will Tilton, Jessica Adam, and Aaron Roos)
    Only one thing is for sure—time is on his side.

    • 57 min
    A Mysterious Relationship

    A Mysterious Relationship

    In this episode, our season finale, Words Out West’s own Jay Kettering writes about a mysterious relationship.
    This episode contains some adult language and themes, which may be unsuitable for some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.
     
     

    • 15 min
    Personal Landscapes

    Personal Landscapes

    In this episode, Mark Gibbons, Shaun Gant and David E. Thomas explore their own personal landscapes. One ventures to where there are no fences, one observes an explosion of life in her own backyard, while another stays close to the tracks.

    • 7 min
    Fleeting Nature of Time

    Fleeting Nature of Time

    In this episode, David Allan Cates, Sheryl Noethe and Robert Lee mull over the fleeting nature of time. One takes a nostalgic leap of faith, another explains how life never stops, while another makes a plan for when he’s a ghost.

    • 6 min

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