Interviewer vs. Interviewer

Interviewer vs. Interviewer
( Click on picture to view) Elizabeth Lund--Host of Poetic Lines interviews Host of Poet to Poet-- Doug Holder

Monday, December 27, 2004

Feb 8 2005 My guest will be Chad Parenteau. Chad won a "Cambridge Poetry Award" for his collection of poetry: "Self Portrait in Fire." Chad's work has appeared in the "Ibbetson Street Press," "Boston," and other print and online publications. He has read extensively throughout the Boston area.
Tues Jan 25th 2005 my guest will be Somerville poet, singer, and writer C.D. Collins. C.D. has a new CD out "Subtracting Down," that is a combination of music and spoken word. C.D. is a member of "The Writer's Room" of Boston, and the winner of a Cambridge Poetry Award. Her poetry, short stories, etc... have been widely published.

Monday, December 20, 2004

Jan 4th 2005 at 5PM my guest will be Somerville poet Gary Duehr. Duehr has just released a poetry collection:" potato chips for dinner." Duehr is an NEA grant winner, a writer for Art/New England, director of the "Invisible Cities Group,", and he teaches at Boston University, Bunker Hill Community College and Lesley University.

Sunday, December 12, 2004

Tuesday Dec 11 5PM my guest will be Deborah Priestly, author of the critically acclaimed poetry collection "The Woman Has A Voice." ( Ibbetson 2004) Deborah is the cofounder of the "Out of the Blue Art Gallery" and has been widely published in the small press.

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

On Dec 7 at 5PM my guest will be poet, writer, and editor Maria McCarthy. McCarthy is the founder of the online journal: " Heat City Review." and is editing poet Hugh Fox's memoir "Our Gang," for the Ibbetson Street Press. McCarthy is a Somerville, Mass. native, and has had her poetry and fiction published in various online and print journals.

Sunday, October 03, 2004

On Nov 9 at 5PM my guests will be Tim Gager author of "Short Street" and cofounder of "The Somerville News Writers Festival," and Neil McCabe, editor of "The Somerville News" My guests will discuss the festival, and their "creative" lives.

Monday, September 27, 2004

Tuesday Nov 23 our guest will be Somerville playwright and poet Mary Mccullough. Mary's play "Summer Breeze" was performed at the "Our Place Theatre Project" in Roxbury, and she has a new piece coming up at the "African American Theatre Festival" in Jan. 2005.

Monday, September 06, 2004

On Oct. 19 Somerville Poet / Musician Dick Lourie, and founding member of the legendary small press "Hanging Loose" will be my guest. Dick will talk about his own work, "Hanging Loose" and the death of the beloved poet and "Hanging Loose" editor Ron Schrieber.

Saturday, August 21, 2004

Sept 21 at 7Pm Poet to Poet will host "Play on Words" as part of the Somerville Arts Council's "Windows Art Project" Poets and fiction writers will read pieces about play. There will be a studio audience, and it will be aired three to four times in the following weeks. My guests will be
Robert K. Johnson, Steve Almond, Timothy Gager, Lo Galluccio, Ian Thal, Janet Cormier, and Deborah Priestly.

Wednesday, August 18, 2004

My guest on Tuesday Aug 24th will be Louise Reynolds the publisher of "the new renaissance" literary magaine and Senior editor: Sherri L. VandenAkker. We will be discussing Issue 36 .
"the new renaissance" is an international magazine of ideas and opinions, emphasizing the arts. Louise will talk about the lead article "Faded Glory" a piece about the plight of VETS in the U.S., and other interesting features in this issue.

Tuesday, July 06, 2004

Sept 7-- My guest will be Steven Cramer. Steven directs the low-residency MFA program in creative writing at Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass.
He recently released a collection of poetry: "Goodbye to the Orchard."
Aug 3- My guest will be Lo Galluccio. Lo is a vocalist/poet, who will be releasing a collection: "Hot Rain" in Aug. 2004. Lo has performed at the Knitting Factory and La MaMa in NYC. She recently read from her work at the Zeitgeist Gallery in Cambridge and The B.U. Bookstore.
July 27-- My guest will be Diana Der-Hovanessian. Diana is the president
of The New England Poetry Club, that was started by Amy Lowell.

Saturday, May 08, 2004

June 15. My guest will be Rose Gardina. Rose is the founder of the Boston Girl Guide. Rose champions emerging writers, musicians, and is a well-known Gay rights activist. She also has interviewed many of the better-known Rock, Folk, and Punk figures in the area. Let's hear her story.
June 8 My guest will be translator, poet, and novelist David Slavitt. David is now taking a new turn in his illustrious literary career....he is running for Tim Toomey's seat in the State Legislature( Mass.) Let's hear about what makes this guy tick!
May 25 My guest will be Louisa Solano. Louisa is the owner of the Grolier Bookshop
in Harvard Square. The Grolier is the most prominent all-Poetry store in the country. Louisa has worked there for over 40 years. She has quite a story to tell--join us!

Sunday, May 02, 2004

Tues May 4 at 5PM my guest will be poet and performance artist Ryk McIntyre of Somerville, Mass. Rick debuted on the poetry scene in 1980 and then 1987, at Stone Soup Poets among others. He was the host of the Redbone's Open Mic venue in Davis Square, Somerville, and has been a member of the cast of Poetry-Off-Broadway at the Jimmy Tingle Theatre. He is also a winner of a Cambridge Poetry Award (2004)

Sunday, April 25, 2004

April 27 5Pm My guest will be Richard Freeman. Richard Freeman is a multi-talented artist, who studied painting with Fairfield Porter, and befriended his wife and poet Anne Porter. He was also for years the photographer for "The Planet Girls" a women's performance group based in Somerville. Freeman is currently connected with Cambridge's Out of the Blue Art Gallery. He has interesting things to share with us about the NYC and Boston Art Scene.

Tuesday, April 20, 2004

April 20 Tuesday 5Pm Channel 3 SCAT My guest will be Shirley Gerald Ware founder of Fresh! Literary Magazine. Shirley started this successful Somerville, Mass. magazine three years ago, and it is still going strong. She also is the author of several novels...Join me with Ms. Ware

Tuesday, March 30, 2004

March 30 My guest will be poet Joanna Nealon. Nealon, blind since age 19, will be releasing a poetry collection with Somerville's Ibbetson Street Press LIVING IT. Nealon is a former Fulbright Scholar, and the author of several poetry collections.

Tuesday, March 02, 2004

On March 9 Nancy Mehegan and Sophia Lintz will be my guest. Both are representatives and writers with 96INC, a Boston literary magazine and arts organization that involves young people
with the arts. 96INC recently written up in Poets and Writers Magazine. 5PM Channel 3 SCAT

Monday, February 23, 2004

Tuesday Feb24 5PM My guest will be poet, performer James Van Looy. James has studied with Etienne Decroux ( the teacher of the mime,Marcel Marceau), has run poetry groups at St. Frances House in Boston for the homeless, and is currently in a theatrical troupe Cosmic Spelunker Theatre )that performs throughout the area.

Saturday, February 21, 2004

March 16 --I will have Boston Globe Columnist and poet Ellen Steinbaum, who will talk about her poetry and the one woman play she will perform, CenterPiece.

Friday, January 02, 2004

Feb 3 5Pm Tim Gager co-founder of the Somerville News Writers festival, founder of the Dire Reader Series, author of the poetry collection From the Same Corner of the Bar, co-editor of The Out of the Blue Writers Unite Anthology and author of numerous short story collections, the most recent Short Street, will be my guest.