Author Kathleen Witkowska Tarr discusses her book We Are All Poets Here, as well as an interesting look into the life of Thomas Merton.
As part of their class with the University of Alaska, fisheries students, Matthew Callahan & Valentina Melica, joined by their professor, Anne Beaudreau, convey their research on whales and sablefish (black cod).
Editor Anjuli Grantham & Fishtorian Bob King discuss the book Tin Can Country: Southeast Alaska’s Historic Salmon Canneries.
Author Dr. Emily Moore discusses her book Proud Raven, Panting Wolf and the creation of our many totem parks that came out of the Great Depression.
49 Writers brings us an intriguing panel of Ishmael Hope & Don Rearden discussing the survival novel, In the Heart of the Sea.
Weaver Kathryn Rousso discusses her amazing baskets as well as types of basket weaving.
U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith visits Juneau as part of her second-term project, American Conversations: Celebrating Poems in Rural Communities. Ms. Smith reads her own poetry and unveils the poetry anthology, American Journal: Fifty Poems for Our Time, featuring the work of 50 living American poets of different backgrounds, offering 50 different outlooks on…
Ken Coates, co-author of The Sinking of the Princess Sophia: Taking the North Down with Her, discusses the book and looks back at the disaster. First published in 1990, the book is still the definitive history of the 1918 shipwreck that took the lives of all 353 people onboard.
Alaskan artist Ray Troll shares information about the fascinating creatures featured in Cruisin’ the Fossil Coastline. From pachyrhinosaurus to Matanuska ammonites to ichthyosaurs, the fossil coastline is full of amazing animals large and small.
The 2018 Red Carpet Concert Folk Fest Sessions were recorded at KTOO Public Media during the 2018 Alaska Folk Festival in Juneau, Alaska. Inspired by NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts, KTOO’s Red Carpet Concert Series features Alaskan and regional bands.