A web extra --more of Martha's talk with Joe/Ojo Taylor below...
.And some of his music...
This is a web-only bonus: extra audio of Bob Driver who appeared on The Spark.
Angela Carter appeared on The Spark. Here is a bonus: a recording of her reading her poem Morning Glory.
Below, Charles Marsh talks about how his own experiences during the Civil Rights movement inform his relationship with Dietrich Bonhoeffer. This is bonus audio from Martha's broadcast talk with author Charles Marsh.
Just where did the name St Brigid Press come from?
Should West Virginia change names? A representative from the Appalachian People's Renaming Initiave's Leaders For Other Orthology League thinks so.
More of our Spark chat with William Cabell Rives.
In this installment of WMRA's occasional series The Civic Soapbox, Larry Stopper, business owner and resident of Afton, shares his thoughts about the government's role in supporting small business.
Janis Jaquith has some advice for Virginia's female voters.
On WMRA's occasional series, The Civic Soapbox, Denise Zito shares her thoughts about the Occupy Movement and it's future.