WKU Public Radio is celebrating National Poetry Month with a poetry contest, co-sponsored by the Law Firm of Harned, Bachert & McGehee, PSC.
Area high school students are invited to enter by writing a poem inspired by one of two pieces of classical music we'll feature this month. You can hear the excerpts on the air (Sundays at 8pm C.T./9pm E.T. in April) and here.
Winning poems will be published in our program guide Choice, and posted here. Winners will be announced in May.
Louisiana Blues Musician Clarence "Frogman" Henry talks with WKU Folk Studies graduate student Rachel Hopkin about the origins of his nickname, his life in Bowling Green post-Katrina, and his varied career (including opening for The Beatles in the early 1960s).