Monday, March 25, 2013
In 2012, Arland Miller Jr. began traveling on his bicycle from Seattle, Washington to Burlington, Vermont. He has the voice of a weary traveler, but this definitely is not how he'd describe himself. Arland, cyclist migrationist, gives us a glimpse into his world.
This is the final post. As I've been saying on the show, CSR comes to a bittersweet end because I'm attending the Transom Story Workshop, and then, hopefully, moving on to bigger and better things in public radio. Thanks for listening.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Damir Ramadonovic worked with one of my roommates, Michael, rolling pizza dough after midnight. Michael would come home in the morning, relaying Damir's bizarre and intense (but true) stories. Naturally, I got in touch about a recording session. Here, Damir talks with ease about the time he rescued a WWII veteran from a burning house on Pine Street in Burlington, VT.
Monday, March 11, 2013
Martin Bock returns to the program to read "Excerpts from Ringo and Abu", a series of anecdotes about one mysterious and wise infant, who has a lot to teach Martin.
In April, a longer version of this piece will be published in The Burlington Writer's Workshop Anthology. Listeners are invited to join VPR's Peter Biello at the book launch on Thursday, April 18th, 6:30 - 9:00 PM, at Burlington City Arts (135 Church Street).