“I’m very thankful for all the things that I have now, due to the fact there were a lot of things we didn’t have during the depression. Very much so... very thankful for everything we have.”
Conrad Balliet reads Maureen Fry's poem, "Book of Days."
Most WYSO listeners are probably familiar with the work of Bill Felker. Bill is the creator of the WYSO program "Poor Will's Almanack."
Bill has been observing the natural world for decades. His observations, reflections, meditations, and anecdotes appear regularly in a number of publications including the Yellow Springs News.
Every year he publishes a new edition of "Poor Will's Almanack." His 2011 edition was just published. In this Book Nook interview Bill explains his process for devising these annual almanacks.
Marlon James, the fiction winner of the 2010 Dayton Literary Peace Prize for The Book of Night Women, on peace, writing and teaching.For more information on the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, visit www.daytonliterarypeaceprize.org
Conrad Balliet reads Herb Martin's poem, "Sassy Music."
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