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'MY LIFE'S WORK'...From frostbitten toes to fingers-Chuck Brazelton. Chuck, the youngest of four boys, all born at home in the family farm house near Brocton, IL. Chuck attended a country school 2 miles from his home. The only way to get there was by WALKING. Cutting across several farms as a shortcut to get to school, my poor toes and fingers are finally thawing out. Making CHOICES came early in my life. I had to make a decision/choice, move with my parents to a
"My Life's Work"...frostbitten toes and fingers. I've known Chuck for over 25 years. Remember earlier I said "Timing is Everything." GOOD NEWS, the time is NOW 2012 to hear Chuck's story of being the youngest of four boys, walking two miles to school, no gloves, no boots, hence the frozen toes and fingers. Interesting journey and factual, Chuck remembers when gas was 19 cents a gallon. Employment history, working for a cousin, plumbing and ele
Epic Rites author, Mark Walton, joins us for a 2 hour poetry extravaganza. Mark, winner of the 2008 London Slam! Championship, will be reading the complete text of his modern masterpiece, Frostbitten. The phone lines will be open after the reading for Mark to answer questions.
It's Super Sunday and we are doing poetry, gay beyond words but we don't care. We really don't. And it's Jack birthday, almost. He's old and gray and some say gay but that's okay...
Mark Walton is rocking it as well: He has a new chapbook...
"There's an electricity and fire to Mark Walton's Frostbitten. Sad, heroic, astonishing in its clear voiced honesty, Walton's work alternates between post-Punk and neo-Modernism. A razor sharp edge to each line, Walton will astonish you and, ulti