Episode 128 – Tess Fahlgren / Richard Hu

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Episode 128 – Tess Fahlgren / Richard Hugo – Tess Fahlgren reflects on the creativity that thrives in small towns across Montana. She pairs her thoughts with Richard Hugo’s poem Driving Montana. http://ow.ly/30Ck3N

Episode 127 – Hannah Bissell / Vic Charl

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Episode 127 – Hannah Bissell / Vic Charlo – Hannah Bissell reflects on the connection between physical labor and a shared, cultural memory. She pairs her reflection with a poem by Vic Charlo. http://ow.ly/30izIi

Episode 126 – Damon Falke / Damon Falke

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Episode 126 – Damon Falke / Damon Falke – Damon Falke reflects on how unlikely and unexpected influences shaped his formative years in the West. We pair his reflection with a poem he wrote titled The Overlook. http://ow.ly/2ZQbGi

Episode 125 – Marjorie Snipes / Flannery

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Episode 125 – Marjorie Snipes / Flannery O’Connor – Marjorie Snipes reflects on her engagement between two states, Montana and Georgia, and how her engagements with each deepen her sense of connection to the wider world. She pairs her thoughts with a passage by Flannery O’Connor. http://ow.ly/2ZsmA1

Episode 124 – Tasha LeClair / Beth Loffr

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Episode 124 – Tasha LeClair / Beth Loffreda – Tasha Le Claire reflects on the dark history of those claiming a right to speak for the West. She empathizes with the unacknowledged in written history. She pairs her thoughts with a passage from Beth Loffreda’s Losing Matt Shepard. http://ow.ly/2ZcS0Q

Episode 123 – Joseph Grady / James Welch

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Episode 123 – Joseph Grady / James Welch – Joseph Grady reflects on his early introduction to the concept of race and the bewildering hierarchies of racism. He pairs his thoughts with a poem of James Welch. http://ow.ly/2YT6kR

Episode 122 – Sara Scott / Melissa Kwasn

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Episode 122 – Sara Scott / Melissa Kwasny – Archeologist Sara Scott reflects on the sense of kinship evoked when viewing Montana’s ancient petroglyphs. She pairs her thoughts with a prose poem from Melissa Kwasny’s recent volume, Pictograph. http://ow.ly/2YBs0o