• We’re Getting Ready for Poetry Month. You can help.

    National Poetry Month

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    National Poetry Month, which takes place each April, is a celebration of poetry introduced in 1996 and organized by the Academy of American Poets as a way to increase awareness and appreciation of poetry in the United States. The Academy of American Poets’ website Poets.org serves as a hub for information about local poetry events during the month. The organization also provides free educational resources to teachers for classroom celebrations and activities, and commissions an annual festival poster.[1] Since 1998, National Poetry Month has also been celebrated each April in Canada.[2]

    KCHU will again be broadcasting a poem a day throughout the month of April.  In order to be ready, we need to start recording in March.  If you have a favorite, short poem, preferably one you wrote yourself or that’s in the public domain, and you’d like to record it for broadcast, send an email to kchu770am@gmail.com with ‘Poetry’ in the subject line.  Include your name and contact information, what times of day you might be available to record and the title and author of the poem you’ve chosen.  If you’d like to participate but don’t know what to read, there are links below to lists of public domain poetry.  We can use more recent published poems only if we get prior permission from the publisher.  If you or someone you love has a special day in April, you can request that your poem be broadcast on that day with advance notice.

    Public Domain Poetry – Main Index

    Public Domain Poems – Selected Public Domain Poetry from the Great …

    Robert Frost Poetry – Selected Public Domain Poems by Robert Frost

    Poetry Foundation

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  • Special Executive Meeting Friday 11/11/16

    A special executive session of the KCHU Board of Directors is scheduled for Friday, November 11th at 2:30pm at the KCHU business office at 128 Pioneer Drive.  Because this is an executive session, it is not open to the public.  Any action taken will be done in open meeting following the executive session and the minutes posted on kchu.org

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  • Maltese Falcon Broadcast begins Monday 11/14

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  • High Tide at the Transmitter Site

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  • John Staley to give Keynote Address at Big Read Events Kick-Off

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