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Just in case you might want to listen to this radio program on your computer tonight ...
I received another email from Teri Virts, whose son is a DJ for a Santa Cruz, CA, radio station - http://www.kzsc.org/
They do an Indian Affairs program on Sunday evenings beginning at 6:30 p.m. ... she will be reading another one of my poems, 'Catch A Painted Pony' at approximately 7:00 Pacific/California time.
Got to the site - http://www.kzsc.org/
"Turtle Island is a Native American Radio show for the youth,the seventh generation youth.
You can listen by going to KZSC.org or by turning in at 88.1fm 6:30-8:30pm Sunday evenings"
You will find a link to the top right side area of the page that says -
listen online: high low
CLICK on the HIGH ... and it will tune you into the station for tonight's program~
Hope it works for you ... ~
Teri's message is included here -
With your approval I will read the touching words of Catch a Painted Pony this Sunday, May 6 sometime around 7:00 P.M. California time. For me your poetry helps everyone who reads or hears it to gain greater appreciation of the native American culture. My son has asked if you can provide us some biographical data. Does your family include persons of an Indian nation?. How long have you been writing poetry?. What facets of Indian history and culture stimulated your dedication to honor the traditions and values of the Indian peoples? I'm not suggesting that you should answer these specific questions but hopefully they will prompt you to tell us about Marge Tindal so that we can properly introduce your work.
I should mention that you shouldn't expect a highly polished professional performance. We are not "entertainers" but rather ordinary people with a strong desire that our country in time will more fully honor the heritage and beauty of Indian peoples.
With admiration and regards
~*The sound of a kiss is not as strong as that of a cannon, but it's echo endures much longer*~
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