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‘Southern Poetry’ to feature works by Missouri Southern writers

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‘Southern Poetry’ to feature works by Missouri Southern writers

Poetry penned and read by Missouri Southern State University professors will be featured in a special program at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19, on 88.7 KXMS.

Produced by Ethan Stump, “Southern Poetry” will feature the work and voices of professors Olive L. Sullivan, Joy Dworkin and William Kumbier. The hour-long special comes on the heels of the six-part presentation of Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol – In Prose – Being a Ghost Story of Christmas,” read in a new Naxos audiobook release by British actor Anton Lesser.

KXMS has been known since 1986 for its attention to literature and its connections to music. Shakespeare has been especially highlighted on a regular basis since 1990.

88.7 KXMS/Fine Arts Radio International is a cultural resource and a community service of Missouri Southern State University. Stay in touch by following the KXMS Facebook page.

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