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DVTCRFM: LATE NIGHT (sneaky motherfucker). February 1, 2013

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DVTCRFM: LATE NIGHT (sneaky motherfucker). February 1, 2013
Frankie Metro, Michele McDannold and the TUNNEL VOICES (now on strike)
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theliteraryunderground/2013/02/02/dvtcrfm

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It’s the Denver Pre-show HIGH as %&$# Program. January 11, 2013

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It’s the Denver Pre-show HIGH as %&$# Program. January 11, 2013

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The Meth Lab Radio: Open Mic Gremlins. October 9, 2012

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Jun 19

June/July 2012 On Project U Radio

Project U Radio airs online every Thursday night, at 10:30 CST,11:30 pm EST and the show page can be found here. Project U Radio is a weekly show featuring topics, discussions, guests, and call-in open mic sessions. Hosted by Lynn Alexander and Paul Corman-Roberts, this show features a mixed bag- see full details about upcoming …

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Project U Radio: Community, Collective, Chaos?. May 3, 2012

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Apr 27

Coming Up On Project U Radio- April And May

     Project U Radio is a radio program hosted by Lynn Alexander and Paul Corman-Roberts that streams live over the internet, with live callers and archives you can download. Brought to you by The Literary Underground, Project U Radio generally airs on Thursday nights, at 11:30 p.m. EST, 8:30 PST. Listen, set reminders, download an archive, …

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Mar 19

Spontaneous Poetry, Session 1

Spontaneous Poetry @ Project U Radio. Join us on Thursday, March 22 at 11:30 EST, 8:30 Pacific. (LINK TO EPISODE PAGE) Wanna play? All you have to do is get a notebook, any kind. Doesn’t matter. You need a place to leave it where people can be free to add their spontaneous poetry without it disappearing …

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Dec 13

January 20, 2012, Segment 5, Project U Radio

Segment 5: January 20, 2012.  ”Editorial Discretion”. Editors, would you publish work with content that you think is personally objectionable (i.e. racism) if you thought it was an otherwise good piece? How do you feel about a blanket policy about certain kinds of content, such as “We don’t publish anything that includes sexist elements”. Do you make …

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