Duluth Authors

Women's Words for August 3, 2014 featured Duluth novelist Danielle Sosin reading an excerpt from her award winning book, The Long-Shining Waters, published by Milkweed Editions (2011).

8/3 Women's Words: Danielle Sosin

Women's Words on February 9th, 2014 featured an encore airing of Erin O'Daniel reading her short story, "Frida Kahlo Is Duluth."

2/9 Women's Words: Erin O'Daniel

Women's Words on January 19, 2014 featured Jill Hinners of Duluth reading "Haiku Sequence: Through the Seasons."

1/26 Women's Words: Jill Hinners

Women's Words on January 19, 2014 featured Jill Hinners of Duluth reading two poems, "Storm Damage" and "Arriving Home."

1/19 Women's Words: Jill Hinners

Women's Words on Sunday, November 17, features an encore airing from September 16, 2012 of a short story by Duluth writer Gail Trowbridge, "Cardboard Castle."

Women's Words on November 3rd, 2013 featured Liz Minette, a poet from Esko (and also a featured announcer of our own Women's Music program on KUMD!), reading two of her recent poems, "Skater" and "This Walk to Work Poem's."

11/3 Women's Words: Liz Minette

"This Walk to Work Poem's" was recently published in the literary and visual art quarterly, Aqueous.

Women's Words on October 27 featured poet Ellie Schoenfeld reading four poems: "The Hawks," "Day of the Dead," "There Is Nothing We Will Not Let the Bombs Do," and "What I Send You."

Ellie Schoenfeld is a poet from Duluth, Minnesota. Her most recent book is The Dark Honey: New & Used Poems (Clover Valley Press), and she has collaborated with various musicians to produce poetry/music CDs. She is the co-founder of Poetry Harbor and has served on the board of Spirit Lake Poetry Series.

Women's Words on October 13, 2013 featured Part 2 of Duluthian Jocelyn Pihlaja's short story, "Conscious Sedation."

Women's Words, October 13, 2013: Jocelyn Pihlaja, the Yogi, and the Endodontist (Part 2 of 2)

When Jocelyn headed off to college, she avowed, "I'm going to be a lawyer." Then she took her first political science class and was forced to concede, "Except I hate this stuff."

Women's Words on October 6, 2013 featured Duluthian Jocelyn Pihlaja reading part 1 of 2 of her short story, "Conscious Sedation."

Women's Words, October 6, 2013: Jocelyn Pihlaja, the Yogi, and the Endodontist (Part 1 of 2)

When Jocelyn headed off to college, she avowed, "I'm going to be a lawyer." Then she took her first political science class and was forced to concede, "Except I hate this stuff."

Women's Words on September 15, 2013, featured Connie Wanek of Duluth reading two poems, "Mrs. God," and "I Heard You Come In."

Women's Words: September 15, 2013: Connie Wanek

Women's Words on September 1, 2013, started off the school year with Connie Wanek of Duluth reading two poems about the playground: "Jump Rope," and "Teeter Totter."

Women's Words: September 1, 2013: Connie Wanek

Women's Words on August 25, 2013 featured Moriah Erickson of Duluth reading a few poems, "Cooking," "The Murdered," "Croup," and "Bird Hunt."

Women's Words: August 25, 2013: Moriah Erickson

Women's Words on August 18, 2013, featured Connie Wanek of Duluth reading two poems about games: "Red Rover" and "Tag."

Women's Words: August 18, 2013: Connie Wanek

Women's Words on August 11, 2013 featured Moriah Erickson of Duluth reading the poem "Lake Owen, Summer 1992."

Women's Words: August 11, 2013: Moriah Erickson

Women's Words on August 4, 2013 featured Sheila Packa, a former Duluth poet laureate, reading two poems, "My Geology" and "Medicine on the Iron Range," that are part of her new work, Night Train / Red Dust, which will be performed this week as part of The Fringe Festival in the Twin Cities.

Women's Words: August 4, 2013: Sheila Packa

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