Point of Departure | Paul Feinberg
This month on Point of Departure, satirist Paul Feinberg came into the studio to discuss the nature of satire and eroticism in writing, his illustrated poetry collections, and his current project, a musical and second coming-of-age tale about an older group of retirees dealing with the challenges of life.
Point of Departure | Norry Niven
This month on Point of Departure, director Norry Niven came into the studio to discuss the magic of film, the art of screenwriting, and the process of filmmaking.
Point of Departure | Logen Cure
This month on Point of Departure, poet Logen Cure came into the studio to discuss her upcoming collection of poems, Welcome to Midland, the misconceptions of poetry, and her work as curator of Inner Moonlight, the monthly poetry reading series at The Wild Detectives.
Point of Departure | Blake Kimzey
This month on Point of Departure, writer Blake Kimzey came into the studio to discuss his writing process, his work as director of Writing Workshops Dallas, and his latest chapbook, Families Among Us.
Point of Departure | Courtney Marie
This month on Point of Departure, poet Courtney Marie came into the studio to discuss her work as the founder and director of Spiderweb Salon, the importance of building an inclusive artistic community, and her latest collection of poems, don't get your hopes up, published last year with Thoughtcrime Press.
A conversation overheard on a bar porch begins a confrontation between three men which takes a strange turn.
By: Patrick Patterson-Carroll