Showing posts from December, 2008

More East End Ink -

On  December 18, 2008   East End Poets Alex Russo and Allen Planz were heard in a program recorded at Canio's Books in November 2008. On  November 20, 2008   East End Ink presented Michael Shnayerson talking about his book "Coal River" about how mountain tops in West Virginia are leveled to mine coal and how activists are fighting this practice in the courts. On  October 16, 2008  East End Ink presented the poetry of Olivia Ward Bush-Banks read by Elizabeth Thunder Bird Haile and David Bunn Martine and Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan reading their work. Ms. Nuzzo-Morgan is the director of The North Sea Poetry Scene. Elizabeth Haile is a Shinnecock elder and a founder of the Shinnecock Museum which Mr. Bunn Martine directs. For more information and audio of these programs contact ___________________________________________________

Programs for Download - 2008

East End Ink is broadcast on WPKN 89.5 Bridgeport and A ddress comments to East End Ink Program 10 - October 16 at 12 Noon  North Sea Poetry Scene's Tammy Nuzzo-Morgan, Elizabeth Thunder Bird Haile reading from "Sag Harbor Is", The poetry of David Bunn Martine and the music of the Thunder Bird Sisters.  East End Ink - Program 8: Robert Long Memorial Scholarship Winners and Poetry of Robert Long East End Ink - Program 7: North Sea Poetry Presents Geo. Wallace and Desmond Egan George Wallace is Suffolk County's first poet laureate. Ireland's Desmond Egan is the director of the Gerard Manley Hopkins School and Festival in Monastrevin, County Kildare, Ireland. Recorded in Southampton in April 2008. First broadcast July 17, 2008  East End Ink - Program 6: Sacco and Vanzetti Stephen Sanfilippo's presentation in song and spoken word about the 1927 execution of two Italian immigrants for murders they did not commit. Includes so