The Bookshelf

KPBX: Monday-Thursday 6:30pm-7pm

The Bookshelf presents daily serialized half-hour book readings, featuring local and national authors and read by local Spokane voices. The Bookshelf, a celebration of the spoken word, is produced by Spokane Public Radio.

Washington State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall presenting his poetry anthology WA 129.

His guests are Kathryn Smith, Ellen Welcker, and Terry Bain.

Other poets represented were Kathleen Flenniken, Derek Sheffield, Bill Yake, Shelley Kirk-Rudeen, Isamu Jordan, Nance Van Winckel, Ben Read, Karen Mobley, and Laurie Klein.

Rohan Flinn reads My Antonia, by Willa Cather.

"In this powerful and astonishing novel, Willa Cather created one of the most winning yet thoroughly convincing heroines in American fiction. Antonia Shimerda, the daughter of Bohemian immigrants, not only survives her father's suicide, poverty, and a failed romance, she triumphs with high spirits."

From the Trade Paperback edition.

Rohan Flinn reads My Antonia, by Willa Cather.

"In this powerful and astonishing novel, Willa Cather created one of the most winning yet thoroughly convincing heroines in American fiction. Antonia Shimerda, the daughter of Bohemian immigrants, not only survives her father's suicide, poverty, and a failed romance, she triumphs with high spirits."

From the Trade Paperback edition.

Rohan Flinn reads My Antonia, by Willa Cather.

"In this powerful and astonishing novel, Willa Cather created one of the most winning yet thoroughly convincing heroines in American fiction. Antonia Shimerda, the daughter of Bohemian immigrants, not only survives her father's suicide, poverty, and a failed romance, she triumphs with high spirits."

From the Trade Paperback edition.

Rohan Flinn reads My Antonia, by Willa Cather.

"In this powerful and astonishing novel, Willa Cather created one of the most winning yet thoroughly convincing heroines in American fiction. Antonia Shimerda, the daughter of Bohemian immigrants, not only survives her father's suicide, poverty, and a failed romance, she triumphs with high spirits."

From the Trade Paperback edition.

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