Tag Archives: Eileen Myles

SPLAB 20th Anniversary (Jan 18, 2014)

SPLAB celebrates 20 years on January 18, 2014. It was December 13, 1993, when It Plays in Peoria Productions was formed in Auburn, Washington. A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to, among other things: Injecting a Little Wisdom into the Information Age. We were started as an organization that existed to create public affairs programming for regional radio stations and, at our peak, we syndicated a weekly program to 18 stations. We created over 450 hours of original interview programming between 1993 and 2004. Continue reading

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1st Thought, Best Thought and other Interview Gems

How does one communicate the essence of three decades of conducting interviews? I have had to do that, and quick, as a grant deadline is approaching and I save the worst of the grant writing process for last. I decided … Continue reading

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Poets talk about Allen Ginsberg Jupiter 88

C.A. Conrad got several poets to speak on camera about Allen Ginsberg. Your wily SPLABman was one of them. Nice work, C.A. Thank you Allen. http://jupiter88ginsberg.blogspot.com/

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From Charles Alexander of Chax Press

Notice the two Seattle writers included below and consider supporting this innovative publisher: Dear Poetry Readers and Friends of Chax Press: Poetry, for me, is a community of writers, readers, ideas, words, shapes, and sounds arranged or just appearing in … Continue reading

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