“One Poem A Day Won’t Kill You” Schedule

Poems air on Morning Edition at approximately 6:30 and 7:30 am, and at the end of the KRBD Evening Report (approximately 5:30 pm).  Poems also air during locally hosted music programs.

April 1 –  Lois Munch reads “Diabolical” by Zorian Alexis.

 

April 2 – Bill Rotecki reads a selection from “Rubaiyat” of Omar Khayyam.

 

April 3 – Marty West reads a poem she wrote – “I’m White.”

 

April 4 – Rod Landis reads John Donne’s “A Hymn to God the Father.”

 

April 5 – Rebecca Jackson reads an untitled poem by George Pasley.

 

April 6 – Leila Kheiry reads haiku written from the perspective of her pets.

 

April 7 – Genevive Hiatt reads her poem, “Season Changes.”

 

April 8 – Don Ludwigson reads a poem he wrote called “Swallows.”

 

April 9 – Maria Dudzak reads her poem “Lady Thrush.”

 

April 10 – Lori Ortiz wrote this poem she calls “What the Duck Thinks.”

 

April 11 – Jack Finnegan reads “Waking” by Octavio Paz.

 

April 12 – Hannah Carson reads “Worth” by Dallas Clayton.

 

April 13 –  Lauralee Mann reads “Old” by Don Mann.

 

April 14 –  Doug Rhodes reads a poem he wrote – “Lima Flag.”

 

April 15 –  Janalee Gage reads “They Shut Me Up in Prose” by Emily Dickinson.

 

April 16 –  Maggie Freitag reads her poem, “Daydreams.”

 

April 17 –   Eric Stone

 

April 18 –  Karen Updike shares a grade school recording of her mother Shirley Amdam reading “Before Sunrise in Winter” by Edward Roland. Updike reads “Indian Summer Day on the Prairie” by Vachel Lindsay. 

 

April 19 –   Stephanie Patton read a poem she wrote – “Into Dusk.”

 

April 20 –   Deborah Hayden reads “Very Little League”

 

April 21 –  Sheila Jacobson reads an original work, “Ode to Gastric Lavage.”

 

April 22 –  Karen Petersen reads “Kindness” by Naomi Shihab Nye.

 

April 23 –  Steve Patton

 

April 24 –  Complete poems from the Ketchikan Area Arts and Humanities Council’s exhibit “Patchwork Poetry” are read by several readers.

 

April 25 – Willie Smith reads his version of “The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly,” Alaska style.

 

April 26 –  Judith Green

 

April 27 –  Keith Smith reads “Sandpiper” by Elizabeth Bishop

 

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April 30 – A compilation piece containing segments from all poems that aired this month.