This coming Sunday (July 10) I'll be reading three of my poems on our local NPR radio station's poetry show, The Poets Weave. You can listen online using either RealPlayer (.ram) or Windows Media Player (.wma) format, but you have to tune in on time because they don't archive it anywhere -- and it's only a five minute program, so if you blink, you'll miss it...
Here's the details:
Sunday, July 10, 2005
11:45-11:50 AM Eastern Standard Time
(that's 12:45-12:50 PM Eastern Daylight/New York time, 11:45 Central Daylight/Chicago time, et cetera.)
To listen online: http://www.indiana.edu/~wfiu/listen.htm
(Of course, if you're within radio-signal distance of Bloomington, Indianapolis, or Kokomo, Indiana, you can pick it up on an actual radio. The URL above lists the various frequencies on which you might find the station, depending on where you are.)
I can never really stand the sound of my own voice on the radio, but I guess most people feel that way. About their own voices, I mean, not about mine. Although maybe people can't stand the sound of my voice, but if so, they've never told me! Actually I had an ex who used to say I had a phone-sex voice. I could never quite hear that myself, but hey, whatever works. :)