Spoken Words
9:25 am
Mon December 2, 2013

Rebecca Golden: Dry Season

Rebecca Golden

Rebecca Golden is a candidate for the Master of Fine Arts in creative nonfiction at the University of Wyoming. She's the author of a memoir, "Butterbabe: The True Adventures of a 40-Stone Outsider" (Random House UK) and has contributed to Salon, Nerve and the Times of London. Rebecca's current project is a collection of essays about the city of Detroit.

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Open Spaces
3:24 pm
Fri July 19, 2013

Essay: “There’s Nothing Wilder” by Jessie Veeder

Jessie Veeder

Writer, musician, and photographer Jessie Veeder reads her essay about visiting a ranch in North Dakota, “There’s Nothing Wilder.”

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Open Spaces
6:02 pm
Fri May 17, 2013

Lander native reflects on his family history and relationship with the Eastern Shoshone tribe

Kit Freedman is a graduate of University of Wyoming, who did his thesis research on the Wind River Indian Reservation. In this essay he reflects on his family’s multi-generational history in Lander.   

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Open Spaces
3:57 pm
Fri May 18, 2012

An MFA student reads her “Letter to Wyoming”

Irina Zhorov is a graduate of the University of Wyoming’s MFA program, and she reports for Wyoming Public Radio.
Tristan Ahtone

During Wyoming Public Radio’s relationship with UW’s Master of Fine Arts program, we have also acquired some people who wanted to learn to be public radio reporters.  Three people have joined us, including this next writer.  Irina Zhorov is an accomplished photographer who wanted to develop her writing skills.  She recently graduated from the M-F-A program.  When Irina came to Wyoming from Philadelphia she had questions about her new state.  Today she tells us about her conclusions in her “Letter to Wyoming.”