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Thursday, January 3, 2008

Program Debut Monday, January 14 with Al Young

"Bibliocracy" debuts with an interview of novelist, essayist, blues man and California poet laureate Al Young. His latest collection in a long career, Something About the BLUES, features new poems and a CD of recorded readings with accompaniment.

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C. Wheeler said...

Good luck, Andrew! You'll be PERFECT! I've always said that you've got a face perfect for radio.

Plus that personality. Just don't be commenting on my furniture, OK?

Good first guest!

Good first comment on this blog, too!

Rent Party said...

Congratulations! What time is the show? I am assuming I can get it on Internet radio?

rockdad said...

WOW Andrew, I always wanted to be on the radio. You can borrow my 1955 Les Paul.
"I'm a voodoo child baby,
God Knows, I'm a VOODOO CHILD!!"

May even arrange a little sand......

Jonathan K. Cohen said...

I've got a weekly appointment at just the time that the show airs. KPFK's website doesn't list any web-accessible archives for the show. Is there any way to hear it other than over-the-air at the appointed time?

KATE EVANS said...

Best wishes on your inagural program! I'll be sure to check this out. I love Al--and in fact, I posted one of his poems today on my blog.

KATE EVANS said...

Update from Kate:

Great job!

The clips of Al's performances were a great touch.

Linda said...

Today's show was a fantastic exhibition of the power of the mighty pen. I love Al Young more every time I hear him. Looking forward to the next shows.


Daniel Olivas said...

What a fine, interesting interview, Andrew. Welcome!