Poetry Moment

KPBX: Monday-Friday 9am

With a wealth of poets in the region, Spokane Public Radio is excited to present Poetry Moment. This program features a week of poetry curated and read by a local poet. Some pieces will be their own and some pieces will be from poets they admire or find particularly poignant or relevant for the time of airing. 

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Kate Peterson reads her poem "Capricorn"

Aug 31, 2018

Kate Peterson’s chapbook Grist won the Floating Bridge Prize and was published by Floating Bridge Press in 2016. Her poetry, prose, and interviews have been published in Sugar House Review, Glassworks, The Sierra Nevada Review, Rattle, Willow Springs, Hawai`i Pacific Review, and others. Kate is the director of Get Lit! Programs, home of Spokane’s annual week-long literary festival. 

Kate Peterson’s chapbook Grist won the Floating Bridge Prize and was published by Floating Bridge Press in 2016. Her poetry, prose, and interviews have been published in Sugar House Review, Glassworks, The Sierra Nevada Review, Rattle, Willow Springs, Hawai`i Pacific Review, and others. Kate is the director of Get Lit! Programs, home of Spokane’s annual week-long literary festival. 

Kate Peterson’s chapbook Grist won the Floating Bridge Prize and was published by Floating Bridge Press in 2016. Her poetry, prose, and interviews have been published in Sugar House Review, Glassworks, The Sierra Nevada Review, Rattle, Willow Springs, Hawai`i Pacific Review, and others. Kate is the director of Get Lit! Programs, home of Spokane’s annual week-long literary festival. 

Kate Peterson reads "Choices" by Tess Gallagher

Aug 28, 2018

Kate Peterson’s chapbook Grist won the Floating Bridge Prize and was published by Floating Bridge Press in 2016. Her poetry, prose, and interviews have been published in Sugar House Review, Glassworks, The Sierra Nevada Review, Rattle, Willow Springs, Hawai`i Pacific Review, and others. Kate is the director of Get Lit! Programs, home of Spokane’s annual week-long literary festival. 

Kate Peterson reads "The Sacred" by Stephen Dunn

Aug 27, 2018

Kate Peterson’s chapbook Grist won the Floating Bridge Prize and was published by Floating Bridge Press in 2016. Her poetry, prose, and interviews have been published in Sugar House Review, Glassworks, The Sierra Nevada Review, Rattle, Willow Springs, Hawai`i Pacific Review, and others. Kate is the director of Get Lit! Programs, home of Spokane’s annual week-long literary festival. 

Ben Cartwright's debut poetry collection After Our Departure was published by Sage Hill Press in 2016, and his chapbook The Meanest Things Pick Clean  was published by  Floating Bridge Press in 2017. He teaches at Spokane Falls Community College, and his past haunts include Tianjin (China), Topeka (Kansas), Lawrence (Kansas), Moscow (Idaho) and the underside of various railroad bridges.

Ben Cartwright's debut poetry collection After Our Departure was published by Sage Hill Press in 2016, and his chapbook The Meanest Things Pick Clean  was published by  Floating Bridge Press in 2017. He teaches at Spokane Falls Community College, and his past haunts include Tianjin (China), Topeka (Kansas), Lawrence (Kansas), Moscow (Idaho) and the underside of various railroad bridges.

Ben Cartwright's debut poetry collection After Our Departure was published by Sage Hill Press in 2016, and his chapbook The Meanest Things Pick Clean  was published by  Floating Bridge Press in 2017. He teaches at Spokane Falls Community College, and his past haunts include Tianjin (China), Topeka (Kansas), Lawrence (Kansas), Moscow (Idaho) and the underside of various railroad bridges.

Ben Cartwright's debut poetry collection After Our Departure was published by Sage Hill Press in 2016, and his chapbook The Meanest Things Pick Clean  was published by  Floating Bridge Press in 2017. He teaches at Spokane Falls Community College, and his past haunts include Tianjin (China), Topeka (Kansas), Lawrence (Kansas), Moscow (Idaho) and the underside of various railroad bridges.

Ben Cartwright reads "Pollen" by Rose Lemberg

Aug 20, 2018

Ben Cartwright's debut poetry collection After Our Departure was published by Sage Hill Press in 2016, and his chapbook The Meanest Things Pick Clean  was published by  Floating Bridge Press in 2017. He teaches at Spokane Falls Community College, and his past haunts include Tianjin (China), Topeka (Kansas), Lawrence (Kansas), Moscow (Idaho) and the underside of various railroad bridges.

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