Showing posts from January, 2018

Poetry Marathon 2015 - Joanne Pilgrim & Jan Grossman

Tonight we present a session of the annual Poetry Marathon. Poet and journalist Joanne Pilgrim and poet and teacher Jan Grossman were recorded in July   2015 at the East Hampton Town Marine Museum.      Listen here Joanne Pilgrim is a poet, essayist and East Hampton Star associate editor. Her work can be found at New Yorker Jan Grossman is a teacher and former arts and humanities consultant to the Rockefeller Foundation.   Her poetry has appeared in Poetry East , Poet Lore and American Arts Quarterly. The 2015 Poetry Marathon, in its 21 st year, was produced by Sylvia Chafkin.   It will be held again in July and August 2018.     ---------------------------------------- Some earlier East End Ink programs are at

David Bouchier

East End Ink presents public radio commentator David Bouchier reading from his Not Quite the Stranger - essays on life in France and a ‘non-memoir’ Lucky Man - A Life in Essays David Bouchier was recorded in May 2016 at Canios Books, Sag Harbor.   Thanks to Maryann Calendrille and Kathryn Szoka listen here David Bouchier read from Not Quite the Stranger - essays on life in France published in 2015 and a ‘non-memoir’ Lucky Man - A Life in Essays p ublished in 2016. Other collections of David Bouchier’s work include The Cats and the Water Bottles  and The Accidental Immigrant New from David Bouchier: Out of Thin Air is a collection of a hundred and thirty essays aired on public radio between 2011 and 2017.  Mr. Bouchier was last heard on East End Ink in August 2012 David Bouchier’s commentaries on contemporary life are heard on WSHU  Public Radio. He is expected to read again at Canios Books in the near future.  More information on