CKXU-Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada

ORGANIZER: Blaine Greenwood

CONTACT: mostvocal@hotmail.com

DESCRIPTION: radio show in solidarity with 100TPC

LOCATION: University of Lethbridge

CKXU Radio Station

Lethbridge, Albertawww.ckxu.com

TIME: Radio show will run 9 am to 12 am Mountain Daylight time …… Not Your Mother’s Poetry on www.ckxu.com Sept 24 celebrates 100,000 Poets for Change

ADDITIONAL ARCHIVES: http://www.100tpcmedia.org/index.html

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CKXU-Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada — 12 Comments

  1. We are on board with this event and plan on making it as big as the city and the U of Lethbridge radio station will allow us to make it …. We are the MOST VOCAL Poets Society and I am the host of “NOT YOUR MOTHER’S POETRY” on http://www.ckxu.com

  2. Just heard about this through a group I’m with in Edmonton, The Stroll of Poets – even though I’m at present touring southern Italy – think it’s a great idea and long past due.

    I’m signed on to take part with the Stroll but will be watching carefully to see what the rest of you are up to – esp. Canada, but also the rest of the world (am amazed to see just how much of the world is already on board!).

    Good on you for getting behind (in front?) of this so quickly.

    Good luck with whatever you do – please keep in touch. Thanks.

    S.E.Ingraham (Sharon)
    President – Stroll of Poets, 2011-2012, Edmonton, Alberta
    seingraham@gmail.com

  3. The line-up begins to grow ….. both old and young, traditional and spoken word artistry, ..it is all happening …. I invite everyone no matter where on the planet to share their verse and voice … if you wish to do it through my show which will be archived along with all the other events, contact me here

  4. Going to air very shortly with a mixture of audiotracks from across the planet and some live voices at the station delivering poems for change …… hope you enjoy the tossed salad of spoken word we will provide to your listening ears ….. may you and the rest of the participants in 100 thousand poets for change keep the spirit of this event going …… remember that change will require communication between all parties …. show respect, listen to other’s viewpoints and be prepared to have your own opinions challenged … that is what this event is all about …. change will require effort on all sides

  5. This is —- 100 Thousand poets for Change – September 24th Playlist — check out these artists, their cds and tracks on the ‘Net …. (Time played – Poet – CD – Track)

    9 04 Zaccheus Jackson – My manifesto – 1 – Revolution
    9 12 Andrea Thompson One – 7 ( R) evolution
    9 16 Richard Stevenson – Cliffy
    9 30 The Recipe – Pick Me – 3 Pick Me
    9 31 Shirley Fallen – The Tree
    9 34 Sage Francis – How to write a political poem
    9 40 Soheila Pashang – Dream; Kidnapping Nazarin
    9 47 Anida Youu Ali – 1700 %
    9 55 Ani DiFranco Penn Sound – 6 Self Evident

    10 05 Rena Woss – Rumi
    10 07 Peter Middleton – Iraq
    10 12 Shannon Pahara – Signs of the Times
    10 25Michael Rothenberg w/ Bobby Thomas Jr – Take; The jet is now perceived
    10 35 Moe Clark – circle of she – 2 – Expose it
    10 43 Moe Clark – circle of she – 3 Red
    10 48 Linda Weasel Head
    10 55 Shaylee Feist

    11 00 Janet Marie Rogers – Got your back – 11 Re(d) cycle
    11 05 Brendan McLeod – Handling Knives
    11 13 Homage – UCC 1-207
    11 27 Ghosts of the Highway – Road warriors unite – 11 Urban sprawl
    11 30 Big Poppa E – Wussie Boy
    11 40 Catherine Owen – Autopsy report
    11 43 Dumi Senda 5 – I have got to be there
    11 47 Award the Poet – How can we live?
    11 42 Magpie Ulysses – Strangler Fig – 98 %

    We will be back next year with more poets and tracks …. let’s keep 100 thousand poets for change alive and kicking ….

  6. This list is more complete and has some corrections to previous playlist ….. it matches the archived audio files … hope you enjoy listening to the files and check out more about the poets / spoken word artists who performed their works …..

    Hour 1
    9 04 Zaccheus Jackson – Revolution
    908 J D Black – J D B – Anti-Heroic & M Dean’s Homeless
    9 12 Andrea Thompson – R Evolution
    9 16 Richard Stevenson – Cliffy
    9 26 0 The Recipe – Confessions
    9 31 R Stevenson rdg S Follen’s The tree
    9 34 Taylor Mali – How to write a political poem
    9 40 R Stevenson rdg Soheila Pashang Kidnapping Nazarin
    9 47 Anida Yoeu Ali – 1700 % (Mistaken for Muslim)
    9 55 Annie DiFranco – Self Evident

    Hour 2
    10 05 Rena Woss rdg Rumi’s Ambition & R W’s The Garden
    10 07 Peter Middleton – Iraq
    10 12 Shannon Pahara- GM Foods, The Easy Way, Casual
    10 19 Odditory Presence – Revolution
    10 25 Michael Rothenberg – Take, The Jet is now perceived
    10 30 Moe Clark – Expose it
    10 35 Linda Weasel Head – Stone Woman
    10 43 Moe Clark – Red
    10 46 Terrance Cox – Beginner’s Arabic
    10 50 Vivian Hansen – Immigration
    10 55 Shaylee Feist – Rainbow Skeleton
    10 57 Mary Pinkoski – When the Night
    10 59 Harry Owen – Soundbites

    Hour 3
    11 00 Janet Marie Rogers – Re (d) cycle
    11 05 Brendan McLeod – Humanity is Awesome, Handling Knives
    11 13 Dustin Homage Lee – UCC 1- 207
    11 20 Steven Miller – Fire
    11 27 Ghosts of the Highway – Urban Sprawl
    11 30 Big Poppa E – Wussie Boy
    11 35 Andrea Thompson – R Evolution
    11 40 Catherine Owen – Autopsy Report
    11 43 Dumi Senda – I am an African, I need to be there
    11 42 AWard the Poet – How can we live?
    11 44 NEema – Masi
    11 47Magpie Ulysses – 98 %
    11 49 100 tpc – We Have a Goal

  7. In addition to the tracks played on September 24th, three tracks have been uploaded that were to be played that day but time did not allow. They were played the following Saturday in honor of the event …. those tracks are Penn Kemp’s “Gathering Good Company”, John Siddique’s “Thirst” and Pris Campbells “Trombone Angels”.

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