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Listen up! Tom & Tom appear on Craig Fahle show Thursday April 14, 2011

Oberon Chair R. Thom Hunter and Treasurer Tom Townsend will appear on the 11:40 a.m. segment of WDET-FM's highly respected The Craig Fahle Show on April 14, 2011. In honor of April as poetry month Tom and Tom will discuss their favorite sonnet writer and honor the true poetic creator of Shakespeare's works. The Craig Fahle show airs daily from 10 a.m. to noon on WDET-FM, 101.9 on the FM dial. Fahle's daily shows are repeated at 7 p.m. every evening except Friday. The poetry segment of Thursday's show will air again at 8:40 p.m. The segment will also be available to download as a Podcast at http://www.wdetfm.org/rss/.

Tom Townsend, who is a big fan of Fahle's has been working on this project for several months. 

"I have been communicating with one of the producers, Townsend said. "She said this is poetry month, would you be interested in having members of your group talk about poetry. I said yes. I told her about our UN-birthday party at the Laurel Park Place Mall , and said I hoped to be invited back on the show this fall before the movie Anonymous is released. I was asked to bring a sonnet or a poem."

Tune in on Thursday to hear Thom Hunter and Tom Townsend discuss their favorite poet with Detroit's favorite talk show host on American Public Media WDET-FM at Wayne State University in Detroit.

Sources:
http://www.wdet.org/schedule.php

Update 04/15/11:
Link to MP3 file of The Craig Fahle show April 14, 2011 with Thom Hunter and Tom Townsend
http://wdet.org/audio/craigfahle/353/CFS_4-14-11_PODCAST.mp3

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