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.
Listen here In his new book Let Us Dream , Pope Francis describes a vision of a more just society, and environmentally, post-pandemic. Professor Thomas Petriano, Chair and Professor of Religious Studies at St. Joseph’s College, Patchogue examines the Pope’s work in a talk recorded by Canios Books, Sag Harbor in March 2021. Pope Francis’ book Let Us Dream – a vision of a just society post pandemic was written in collaboration with the Pope’s biographer, Austen Ivereigh. It was published by Simon and Shuster In December, 2020.
Poets Cheryl Boyce-Taylor and Kathy Engel read their work and each others work. Cheryl Boyce-Taylor’s Mama Phife Represents is dedicated to her dead rapper son Phife Dawg Taylor. Kathy Engel’s The Lost Brother Alphabet is dedicated to her brother – a suicide. They read their work in May 2021 at a Zoom presentation produced by Canios Cultural Café in Sag Harbor. The complete recording - a Zoom video - is at the Canios Youtube page
We present three poets from publisher 4 Way Books . They were presented virtually by Canio’s Cultural Café of Sag Harbor in February of 2021. The poets are Andrea Cohen , Rodney Terich Leonard and Angela Narciso Torres . Their books are Everything , Sweetgum & Lightning , and What Happens is Neither Listen here the complete recording will be available here ----------------------------------------------------- note: east end ink was first broadcast in 2008 on wpkn radio. Podcasts of earlier programs are here