Ready or Not, Here comes the LOVE WXOX

Join ART FM to Flip the Switch &
Begin Broadcasting on the FM Dial!wXoXReMixGray8

A new kind of radio station is hitting Louisville’s FM dial. ART FM has been feeling the love since receiving the WXOX call letters in 2015 and now the time has come to flip the switch on our FM transmitter!

On February 14th 2016 at 3:33pm ART FM will begin 24/7 broadcasting on the terrestrial dial at 97.1 FM. We invite you to our new studio in the SoBro neighborhood at 515 West Breckinridge Street to share this momentous occasion with us. The launch event will kick off at 2:00 p.m. with music and feature performances from some of ART FM’s talented pool of DJ’s.

WXOX 97.1 FM Signal Launch
Sunday, February 14th 2016
2:00 p.m.
We Flip the Switch @ 3:33 p.m.
515 W. Breckinridge St.

Keep Louisville Literary Radio hour is now Tuesdays at 9am

February 16th : Merle Bachman

February 23: ROOTS & WINGS

 

THE WANDERLUST WINTER GUIDE:
INKY AT THE The Bard’s Town
With NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK author Samrat Upadhyay, Kathleen Driskell, Carrie Jerrell, and Special Guest, Jeremy Paden

Also, be sure to sign up for the Writing Workshop, “Is My Poem Finished?”, led by Lynnell Edwards. It will be held on Saturday, February 13th, from 9:30 to 12:00 at Spalding University.

Samrat Upadhyay is the author of Arresting God in Kathmandu, a Whiting Award winner; The Royal Ghosts, which won the Asian American Literary Award; The Guru of Love, a New York Times Notable Book and a San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of the Year; and Buddha’s Orphans, a novel. His work has been translated into several languages. He has written for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and has appeared on BBC Radio and National Public Radio. A recipient of an NEA Creative Writing Fellowship in 2015, Upadhyay is the Martha C. Kraft Professor of Humanities at Indiana University. His most recent novel, The City Son, was shortlisted for the PEN Open Book Award.

Kathleen Driskell is an award-winning poet and teacher. Her newest poetry collection is Next Door to the Dead, a Kentucky Voices Selection, published by The University Press of Kentucky (June 2015). Her full-length poetry collectionSeed Across Snow (Red Hen, 2009) was listed as a national bestseller by the Poetry Foundation. Red Hen Press will publish her collection Blue Etiquette in Fall 2016.

Her poems have appeared in many nationally known literary journals including the Southern Review, North American Review, Shenandoah, and Rattle and are featured online on Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, and in American Life in Poetry. Her work has been anthologized in What Comes Down to Us: 20 Contemporary Kentucky Poets and The Kentucky Anthology.

Kathleen is professor of Creative Writing at Spalding University, where she also helps to direct the low-residency MFA in Writing Program. An Al Smith Fellow of the Kentucky Arts Council, Kathleen lives with her family in an old country church built before the Civil War.

Carrie Jerrell is the author of After the Revival, winner of the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize and published by Waywiser Press. Carrie received her M.A. from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University, and her Ph.D. in English from Texas Tech University. She is an Associate Professor at Murray State University in Murray, KY, where she also coordinates the undergraduate creative writing program and teaches in the low-residency MFA program. She has been an artist-in-residence with the National Park Service and a recipient of grants from the Kentucky Foundation for Women and the Kentucky Arts Council.

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1 Comment

  1. Thanks for the shout out about the workshop on Saturday, February 13! I will be co-leading the workshop with the very fine poet and my colleague at Spalding, Kathleen Driskell! Twice the love on a cold Saturday morning!

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