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The Word Wide World Radio Network (W.W.R.N) hosts several awesome online radio programs on poetry and writing, which feature interviews with authors, reviews of new and forthcoming books, discussions on the process and craft of writing, publication, new media and much, much more! The following shows are part of The Moe Green Poetry Discussion (hosted by Rafael Alvarado, Melissa F Alvarado, Brett Candace and Tracy Darling), The Nebraska Girl Lit Hour ( hosted By Melissa F. Alvarado )The Blood-Jet Writing Hour (hosted by Rachelle Cruz), W.W.R.N: Word Ballast (hosted by Billy Burgos), The Reading is Poetry Review (hosted by A.K. Toney), Writers' Sanctuary (hosted by Kim McMillion), OnWord (hosted by S.A. Griffin), Writing on Demand (hosted by Mende Smith), Word Rule (hosted by Carlye Archibeque),An Affirmining Flame (Jessica Houston ) Bougie Girl (hosted by Alaina), The Razors Edge (hosted by A. Razor), Unpublished (hosted by Rafael Alvarado and Tracy Darling), Between the Sheets (hosted by Stacey Mangiaracina),SpokenHeard (hosted by Susan Dobbe Chase), and more. Thanks for tuning in!

On-Demand Episodes

Join Rachelle as she talks with Karen An-hwei Lee, author of PHYLA OF JOY, on Tuesday, May 8th at 10 am PST/2 pm EST. To listen live, click here. Karen An-hwei Lee is the author of Phyla of Joy (Tupelo Press, 2012), Ardor (Tupelo... more

Join Doug Knott as he talk to Mike Watt Mike Watt is truly punk rock's renaissance man. He got his musical start thumping the bass with legendary San Pedro punk trio, The Minutemen in 1980 and he has been at it ever since. Over... more

join Melissa F Alvarado as she talks to Brendan Constantine bout his new book Calamity Joe on redhen press Brendan Constantine was born in 1967, the second child of two working actors, and named after Irish playwright Brendan Behan.... more

?Where Verse Becomes A Learning Lesson" Join Hip Hop Jazz Poet A. K. Toney Host of The Reading Is Poetry Review as he shares some poetry jewels, winding up National Poetry Month

oanna Hoffman is a spoken word poet who has been on three DC/Baltimore National Poetry Slam teams. In 2006, her team performed on Finals stage. In 2007, she was the DC Grand Slam Champion and the Individual World Poetry... more

Join Melissa F Alvarado as she talks to Andrew Allport his new book the body of space in the shape of the human Andrew Allport is the author of the body of space in the shape of the human, which won the 2011 New Issues Prize. He is... more

Join Melissa F Alvarado as she talks to Douglas Kearney about Skin mag his latest poetry chapbbok Douglas Kearney's first full-length collection of poems, Fear, Some, was published in 2006 by Red Hen Press. His second manuscript,... more

?Where Verse Becomes A Learning Lesson" Join Hip Hop Jazz Poet A. K. Toney Host of The Reading Is Poetry Review as he reads and discusses "Compression & Purity" by Will Alexander (Beyond Baroque Poet-in-residence, 2012) on... more

Amoja :"The Mo-Man" Sumler is a spoken word poet who specializes in performance and creative writing workshops for kindergarten through university-age students. Poetry has long been Sumler's passion, and poetry is... more

Join Jessica Houston as she talks Peggy Dobreer about her new book in the lake of your bones Peggy Dobreer came to poetry by way of dance and experimental theatre. Her work has appeared in Malpais Review and LA Yoga among other... more

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