Caribbean poets festival: Gail Nichols

This is a recording of poetry by Gail Nichols from the Caribbean Poets Festival. Poems read include Island Gal, Poem for VMCC and Artery Alive. Uncertain if this was recorded at WBAI or WPFW. Date unknown.

Songs of Sappho's daughters (Series record)

Songs of Sappho’s Daughters was a series devoted to Lesbian poetry and music, featuring poets, composers, and performers. The series was hosted by Manya La Bruja, nicknamed the “Classical Amazon”, and Ms. Mark Giles, and aired on WBAI in 1973 and 1974.

Jeriann Hilderly

Episode of Songs of Sappho's Daughters, featuring Jeriann Hilderly performing music. Opening and closing theme songs by Flash Silvermoon. Produced by Mark Giles with engineering by Peter Zanger and David Rapkin.

A Crime To Fit The Punishment: an interview with the filmmakers

Mimi Rosenberg speaks with Barbara A. Moss and Stephen Mack on their new film, "A Crime to Fit the Punishment" (1982), a documentary about the making of the 1954 controversial labor film "Salt of the Earth" during the height of the Hollywood blacklist.

Interview with Gerda Lerner on her book A Death of One's Own

Tricia Del Longo interviews Dr. Gerda Lerner (1920 - 2013), an historian and pioneer in the field of women's history. She recently published the book "A Death of One's Own," about her experiences with death, particularly that of her husband Carl Lerner. She discusses the right to die, the institutional neglect of the dying, her life, and her honest feelings during her husband's death.

Dee Wells reminisces on her friendship with Bunny Lang

Alberta Constance "Dee" Wells (1925-2003), author and journalist speaks about her friendship with Violet Ranny "V.R." "Bunny" Lang (1924 - 1956), poet, playwright and founder of the Poets' Theater in Boston. Her friend says it's been 19 years since Bunny died, so the recording is estimated to be from 1975. Speaker says she met Bunny in 1943 in the Canadian Women's Army.
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