I’ve lived around these parts for most of my life and regrettably have only just recently been turned on to the work KJHK has been doing for 40 years now. They just had their 40th birthday recently. Happy Birthday, KJHK!
A few weeks ago I had the good fortune to receive an invitation to visit their studio in The University of Kansas Union, a beautiful setting with panoramic views of Lawrence, Kansas and surrounding countryside.
They air a program devoted to literature created by writers with Kansas connections called The Sunflower Reading Series which runs on Monday’s at 7 p.m. on FM 90.7. KJHK is streamed live on their website for those who may be out of broadcast range.
I had the pleasure of sitting down with hosts, Jacqueline and Cam, in their studio on Mount Oread. The piece to air on an upcoming broadcast features an excerpted reading from The Confluence followed by a solid interview.
I’ll post the link to the program after its air date once it’s archived on their webpage. Hope you have a chance to listen to it “live” on October 26, 2015. Remember, they stream the broadcast on their website. And if you’re in the Lawrence, KS area there are paperbacks of The Confluence in stock at The Raven Bookstore on 7th Street in downtown Lawrence.