Tonight! WCR 2008 Walt Whitman Reading on New Bedford Cable Access Channel 95

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The Seamen’s Bethel – Whaling City Review LIVE reading of Walt Whitman May 31, 2008

PART 2 begins airing tonight at 11 PM, and will be repeated for an indeterminate number of Wednesdays on New Bedford Cable Access Channel 95.

From the poems, letters, and prose of one of America’s most influential figures…

Featuring readers Karen Andersen, Chase Berggrun, Lee Blake, James Bobrick, John Bonanni, Pam Bullard, Jim Butler, Maggie Cleveland, Noreen Cleffi, Nicholas Collins, Amy Atkins, Lucian James Atkins Delisle, Mark Delisle, Joanie DiMartino, Ivonne Domange, Rhonda Fazio, Billy Finnegan, Stephen Fulchino, John Galloway, Jose Gouveia, Irene Gutierrez, Claudia Grace, Thomas Grace, Kevin Grant, Louise Habicht, Everett Hoagland, Preston Hood, Walter Howard, Caroline Knox, Joan Kellerman, John Landry, Ann Marie Lopes, Bob Maker, José Molina, Mwalim *7), Margaret Nairn, James Nee, Cora Peirce, Jack Powers, Laurie Robertson-Lorant, Gloria de Sa, Tom Sexton, José Soler, Niko Tarini, Ramon Tarini, Robert Waxler, Carol Weston, and Colin Williams.

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One Response to “Tonight! WCR 2008 Walt Whitman Reading on New Bedford Cable Access Channel 95”

  1. thanks, mag, for your rapid-response coordination so as not to lose momentum and keep all sectors informed!!!
    AH!
    NOT: Bob Barboza’s new volume The Way The Wind Bends Things is now available at Baker Books. Bob will be reading around the area, including at
    Mwalim’s L.O.R.E. LOUNGE at Gallery X Friday June 26…stay tuned.

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