Saturday, 25 February 2012

AIR SCHOONER INTERVIEWS


When I was in Nebraska for the Prairie Schooner launch, Scott Winter of Air Schooner recorded the writers over the course of the few days. I had already been interviewed so he asked me to tell a joke instead. I cannot tell jokes. Luckily the recording was poor so Scott re-told the joke himself :)

The first voice you hear is Schooner editor Kwame Dawes. Have a listen - you'll hear Aidan Rooney reading; then Sandra Bunting at the reception talking about what Ireland means to her and to North Americans; Karen Babine reads part of an essay on Galway, where she lived for six months; last up is Aidan Rooney with an amusing/frightening poem on the Troubles.

2 comments:

Karen Babine said...

Thanks for the repost, Nuala! And don't be surprised if I email you sometime in the future, when I'm writing my dissertation on Galway. Hope you are well.

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Karen - you'd be very welcome to email me :)