East End Ink is a monthly literary review based on Long Island’s east end.
The program is recorded at Canio’s Books, 290 Main St in Sag Harbor and other venues on eastern Long Island.
It airs on WPKN 89.5FM Bridgeport and wpkn.org on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:30 PM.
Podcasts of earlier programs are at:
Kathy Engel - The Lost Brother Alphabet and other work
We present poet, teacher and activist Kathy Engel reading
from her latest book The Lost Brother Alphabet (Get Fresh Books, 2020) and other work.
On April 4 this year Ms. Engel read at the first ever Zoom reading
event presented by Canios Books, Sag Harbor.
We present the work of the late poet Bill Knott, read by poets Star Black and Bill Zavatsky and Maryann Calendrille of Canios Books in Sag Harbor, where the program was recorded in April, 2017. Here is Maryann Calendrille introducing the work. Listen here Star Black is a poet, photographer, and artist. She has authored six collections of poetry and currently teaches in the MFA program at Stony Brook Southampton. Her most recent collection is Velleity's Shade with art work by Bill Knott – (Saturnalia Books 2010) Bill Zavatsky, a Bridgeport native, is a poet, journalist, jazz pianist,and translator. His most recent poetry collection is Where X Marks the Spot , Hanging Loose Press, 2006 A complete recording of the Canio's reading is here "The collection of Bill Knott's work I Am Flying into Mysel f, edited by the late poet Thomas Lux, was published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux in 2017." We quote from Tom Lux's &q
Scroll down to listen Don Lemon , CNN host and author of THIS IS THE FIRE: What I Say to My Friends About Racism, in conversation with Dr. Georgette Grier-Key of Sag Harbor's Eastville Historical Society.Recorded at 'The Church', a community meeting place in Sag Harbor. Sag Harbor resident Don Lemon is the anchor of Don Lemon Tonight on CNN. He is the author of THIS IS THE FIRE: What I Say to My Friends About Racism The book was published by Little Brown in March 2021. Other works by Don Lemon include 'Hundred' published by Harper Collins in 2020 and Transparent, a memoir pubished by Farrah Gray in 2011. Dr. Georgette Grier-Key is Executive Director and chief curator of the Eastville Community Historical Society of Sag Harbor. She is president of the association of Suffolk County Historical Societies, and a History and Political Science Professor at Nassau Communtity College. listen here