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This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - A Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast

This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - A Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast

By Black Bear Review
This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes is a podcast created and curated by students at Selkirk College, located in the Kootenay region of interior BC. Each episode features a mix of author readings, radio plays, interviews, panel discussions, and eclectic literary programming.

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This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes: Episode 5
HOSTS Tressa Ford and Kody Brunner This episode contains: Inspirational Poets: Milton Acorn, by Katie Dyck Dove Hill Rangers Versus the Kidd Creek Zombies, a radio play by Gwen Higgins The Last Bastion/Uncomfortably Aware by Carina Costom PRODUCTION CREDITS - PODCAST COLLECTIVE 2021-2022 Geoff Gibbs: Sound and Editing Tressa Ford and Kody Brunner: Hosts Gwen Higgins as Gigi, Amelia Higgins as Mimi, and Julie Higgins as Bree in "Dove Hill Rangers" Ingrid Love, Katie Dyck, Carina Costom, Terra-Mae Box, Bre Harwood: Content Creation Leesa Dean and Renee Harper: Supervising Faculty Theme Music: excerpt from "Hocus Pocus" courtesy of The Hillties. Check them out: https://www.thehillties.com/ Please share the Black Bear Review's Facebook link with family and friends who might appreciate our content: https://www.facebook.com/blackbearreview The Black Bear Review: Unexpected Podcasts from the West Kootenay. Grrr!
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January 13, 2022
This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast - Episode 4
HOSTS Tressa Ford and Kody Brunner DURATION: 28 Minutes + CONTENT The Surprise 4th episode! Radio Play By Alan Ross with Meredith MacDonald - On Professional Communication Interview Bre Harwood and Leesa Dean: The Art of Making This Podcast in the Middle of a Pandemic Writing Advice Carina Costom - The Rule of Three Bryan Semeniuk - On Using Nature as Writing Inspiration (and keeping things simple in a chaotic world) Creative Nonfiction Iso MacMinn - Ode to our Former Selves Poetry Terra-Mae Box - Technology PRODUCTION CREDITS - PODCAST COLLECTIVE 2020-2021 Bryan Semeniuk, Sound and Editing Ilkay Cakirogullari, Sound and Editing Tressa Ford, Host Kody Brunner, Host Bre Harwood, Producer Karen Hamling, Interviewer Meredith Joy MacDonald, Interviewer Stephanie Henriksen, Interviewer Carina Costom, Managing Editor Leesa Dean, Supervising Faculty GUESTS Thank you to our generous guests Theme Music: courtesy of The Hilties. Excerpts from the songs "Hocus Pocus" and "Ride the Wave" were included in Episode #1. Check them out: https://www.thehillties.com/ Faculty Advisors: Leesa Dean, Almeda Glenn Miller Managing Editor, Marketing Copy and Graphics: Carina Costom Subscription to This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - A Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast will be made available as we build up our archives. You will also be able to find out more about This Black Bear has 28 Minutes on the Black Bear Review website in a few weeks. This feature is under construction. https://blackbearreview.ca/. Please share the Black Bear Review's Facebook link with family and friends who might appreciate our content: https://www.facebook.com/blackbearreview Questions, segment and episode ideas, reading and guest proposals: Contact: Faculty Advisor: Leesa Dean, Selkirk College, BC, Canada Email: ldean@selkirk.ca Expect replies during Academic year from September to April. The Black Bear Review: Unexpected Podcasts from the West Kootenay. Grrr!
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June 06, 2021
This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast - Episode 3
HOSTS Tressa Ford and Kody Brunner DURATION: 28 Minutes CONTENT A- LOCAL ARTS NEWS: "SHOUT & SHENANIGANS"  Exhibits, events and readings  B- INTERVIEWS Patricia Smuga, Founder and Editor of Freya Magazine by Karen Hamling C-READINGS  Ingrid Love: “The Teahouse” an excerpt from “Low Tea” Bryan Semeniuk: "Constant the River" PRODUCTION CREDITS - PODCAST COLLECTIVE 2020-2021 Bryan Semeniuk, Sound and Editing Ilkay Cakirogullari, Sound and Editing Tressa Ford, Host Kody Brunner, Host Bre Harwood, Producer Karen Hamling, Interviewer Meredith Joy MacDonald, Interviewer Stephanie Henriksen, Interviewer Carina Costom, Managing Editor Leesa Dean, Supervising Faculty GUESTS Thank you to our generous guests Theme Music: courtesy of The Hilties. Excerpts from the songs "Hocus Pocus" and "Ride the Wave" were included in Episode #1. Check them out: https://www.thehillties.com/ Faculty Advisors: Leesa Dean, Almeda Glenn Miller Managing Editor, Marketing Copy and Graphics: Carina Costom Subscription to This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - A Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast will be made available as we build up our archives. You will also be able to find out more about This Black Bear has 28 Minutes on the Black Bear Review website in a few weeks. This feature is under construction. https://blackbearreview.ca/. Please share the Black Bear Review's Facebook link with family and friends who might appreciate our content: https://www.facebook.com/blackbearreview Questions, segment and episode ideas, reading and guest proposals: Contact: Faculty Advisor: Leesa Dean, Selkirk College, BC, Canada Email: ldean@selkirk.ca Expect replies during Academic year from September to April. The Black Bear Review: Unexpected Podcasts from the West Kootenay. Grrr!
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April 23, 2021
This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast - Episode 2
HOSTS Tressa Ford and Kody Brunner CONTENT A- LOCAL ARTS NEWS Exhibits, events and readings B- INTERVIEWS Leesa Dean on Chapbooks Fletcher Fitzgibbon, author, accountant, small press owner interviewed by Meredith Joy MacDonald Zaynab Mohammad interviewed by Tressa Ford C-READINGS Veronique Darwin, Author Tori Thurmond, Poet DURATION: 48 Minutes PRODUCTION CREDITS - PODCAST COLLECTIVE 2020-2021 Bryan Semeniuk, Sound and Editing Ilkay Cagliogari, Sound and Editing Tressa Ford, Host Kody Brunner, Host Bre Harwood, Producer Carina Costom, Managing Editor Leesa Dean, Faculty Advisor Karen Hamling, Interviewer Meredith Joy MacDonald, Interviewer Setphanie Henriksen, Interviewer GUESTS Thank you to our generous guests: Veronique Darwin, Author Tori Thurmond, Poet Fletcher Fitzgibbon, Author, Accountant, owner of Arrrows Lodge Press Zaynab Mohammad, Poet, activist, writer Theme Music: courtesy of The Hilties. Excerpts from the songs "Hocus Pocus" and "Ride the Wave" were included in Episode #1. Check them out: https://www.thehillties.com/  Faculty Advisors: Leesa Dean, Almeda Glenn Miller Managing Editor, Marketing Copy and Graphics: Carina Costom Subscription to This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - A Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast will be made available as we build up our archives. You will also be able to find out more about This Black Bear has 28 Minutes on the Black Bear Review website in a few weeks. This feature is under construction. https://blackbearreview.ca/. Please share the Black Bear Review's Facebook link with family and friends who might appreciate our content: https://www.facebook.com/blackbearreview Questions, segment and episode ideas, reading and guest proposals: Contact: Faculty Advisor: Leesa Dean, Selkirk College, BC, Canada Email: ldean@selkirk.ca Expect replies during Academic year from September to April. The Black Bear Review: Unexpected Podcasts from the West Kootenay. Grrr!
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April 13, 2021
This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - Kootenay Arts and Culture Podcast - Episode 1
This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes Podcast is a natural next step for The Black Bear Review Magazine founded in 1995. Episode #1: "The Blue Hair and Cat Ears Edition" (Pilot working title) is produced by Bre Harwood and features the ideas and voices of students, writers, poets and literati from the West Kootenay.  CONTENT Part 1 - Kootenay Arts News as of December 2020 Part 2 - In Conversation: Stephanie Henriksen interviews Jane Byers, Poet on her book: Small Courage: A Queer Memoir of Finding Love and Conceiving Family. Part 3 -Spoken word by Bre Harwood: "Live Like a Poet" Part 4 - Spoken word by Tyler Isaacs-DeJong: "A Brief Defense: A Fictional Court Transcript". DURATION:  36 minutes, 20 seconds. CREDITS Producer and Coordinator: Bre Harwood Host and co- Script Writer: Tressa Ford Lead Writer: Bryan Semeniuk Technical Coordination and Sound Editing: Byan Semeniuk and Ilkay Cakirogullari Spoken Word: Bree Harwood and Tyler Isaacs DeJong Interviews: Stephanie Henriksen Marketing Copy Intern and Student Recruitment: Kody Brunner Special Guest: Poet, Jane Byers Podcast Team Members: Karen Hamling, Meredith Joy MacDonald, Sarah Blair, Chantal Lunardi, Landon. Theme Music: courtesy of The Hilties. Excerpts from the songs "Hocus Pocus" and "Ride the Wave" were included in Episode #1. Check them out: https://www.thehillties.com/ Faculty Advisors: Leesa Dean, Almeda Glenn Miller Managing Editor and Graphics: Carina Costom Subscription to This Black Bear Has 28 Minutes - A Kootenay Arts & Culture Podcast will be made available as we build up our archives. You will also be able to find out more about This Black Bear has 28 Minutes on the Black Bear Review website in a few weeks. This feature is under construction. https://blackbearreview.ca/.  Please share the Black Bear Review's Facebook link with family and friends who might appreciate our content: https://www.facebook.com/blackbearreview This black Bear Has 28 Minutes - Arts and Culture Podcast from the Koots is the fruit of collaboration between students and faculty of Selkirk College and the Kootenay community. We thank the Creative Writing Program of Selkirk College's University Arts and Sciences for its continued support of these work/learn creative opportunities.
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December 22, 2020
Night Growlers, Episode 2
Join us for a winter's walk, insights on anxiety, some intergenerational gardening and a wild choose your own adventure story with audience participation. Enjoy!
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March 31, 2020
Night Growlers, Episode 1
This inaugural episode of Night Growlers features three radio plays: "Bedtime Stories for Existential Children" by Molly Naydiuk, "Me, Myself and a Demon" by Hailey Viers, and "The Drum Keeps Beating" by Sarah Beauchamp.
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March 12, 2020