Wason interviews local poet and UMBS teacher on WCBN-FM today
Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Wason is a deejay, sound engineer and former general manager at the student-run radio station WCBN-FM. Taylor taught an environmental writing course at the U-M Biological Station for seven years. He coordinates the undergraduate creative writing program in the Department of English at the University of Michigan.
The show will be streamable on Wason’s blog, Break Your Radio with the Liz, in the near future.
“On the show, we'll talk about Keith's book of poems called ‘Marginalia for a Natural History’ (containing poems dedicated to many professors teaching courses at the Biostation, including Phil Myers), the poetic inspiration of nature up at the Biostation, and ghost stories set in Michigan. Keith is a writer, so he's a natural raconteur; he's also passionate about science and nature, which is evident in his enthusiasm.”
WCBN is the University of Michigan student-run community freeform radio station in Ann Arbor, Mich.