DJ Hill

Wednesday Community Calendar

May 1, 2019
Garfield County Libraries

Here’s your community calendar for Wednesday, May 1st, underwritten by Sopris Liquor and Wine, offering Cerveza Sopris Mexican Lager in partnership with Roaring Fork Beer Company. For the list of today's events, like Open Mic Night at the Glenwood Springs Library, click on the headline.

DJ Hill

Author DJ Hill is Get Lit's first in-studio guest, sharing from her new book of poetry: Homespun Mercies. 

Sopris Sun

Editor Will Grandbois explains Carbondale Library's inaugural Local Lit Fest with Olivia Savard of Light of the Moon Publishing and authors Clark Heckert and DJ Hill.

Carbondale library branch manager Lacy Dunlavy stopped by the station to talk about Local Lit Fest, Thursday night November 29th at 5:30pm. The event features nine local authors including historian Larry Rynearson, poet DJ Hill, novelists Clark Heckert and David Wall, childrens authors Duane Ziegler and Corrie Karnan and many more.

Dj Hill

DJ Hill will premier her Homespun Mercies, a compliation of poems written over two decades, at the opening reception for The Red Brick Center for the Arts exhibition More Than Thread on November 15. In addition to making available copies of her book at this reception, DJ Hill's mixed-media piece called "Release," which graces the cover of Homespun Mercies, will be on display. DJ stopped by KDNK's Express Yourself to share about her work.

Check out this new program produced at KDNK studios by DJ Hill and Bob Hill. The Saturday March 24th  edition of  The Poet's Register features the poem "New Stanzas for Amazing Grace" by Allen Ginsberg.

Check out the second pilot of a new program produced at KDNK studios, by DJ Hill and Bob Hill. Today's edition of The Poet's Register features the poem "Letter Beginning with Two Lines by Czeslaw Milosz" by Matthew Olzmann, and original music by John Hatanka.

 

Check out this new pilot program produced right here at KDNK, by DJ Hill and Bob Hill. Today's edition of The Poet's Register features the poem "Saint Francis and the Sow" by Galway Kinnell, and original music by John Hatanaka. 

Poet and collagist DJ Hill, recently arrived from Minnesota, reads two of her poems, Drive-By Shoesand Haikus and After. She also describes her collage art. Then two talented guitarists, John Hatanaka and John Stuckey, play two original tunes Daisy and Naraja.

Poet and collagist DJ Hill, recently arrived from Minnesota, reads two of her poems, Drive-By Shoes and Haikus and After. She also describes her collage art. Then two talented guitarists, John Hatanaka and John Stuckey, play two original tunes Daisy and Naraja. All three artists are involved in a First Friday event at the Roadside Gallery. 

We hear a newer tune by Pearl & Wood, Petal Dress,and a couple tunes from their 2016 Mountain Fair performance, Shortnin' Bread and All About the Bass. Cellist Ellie Barber and Drummer Mark Zoller update us on recent news with one of Carbondale's favorite bands, including the imminent arrival of a new EP.