Troubadours & Raconteurs with E.W. Conundrum DemureHosted by E.W. Conundrum Demure. E.W. Conundrum Demure handcrafts a fresh episode each week. A cornucopia of contributors converse on a myriad of topics: poetry, life stories, philosophy, literature, art, science, politics, and the state of the world. You’ll hear essays and humor, a poem, perhaps a passage from a great book; occasionally there will be a bit of wisdom, and always some good music. TnR is soulful, it’s spiritual, it’s smart and sassy, it’s sometimes guttural, it’s sometimes classy, it’s hip, it’s working-class blue chip, it’s urbanely earnest, on occasion it’s a right bit movin’, it is particularly human. TnR has a mix of special guests, regular contributors, an executive producer, and an associate producer too. This is a recipe that nurtures our program’s verve. Here are some of our regular cast & crew members— Lawrence Pugliese, Dr. Michael Pavese, Almighty Todd, Kitty Belle Burbank, Serf William, LittleStarRun, Nash in New York, Environmental Law Attorney Michael Harris, and our Global Hobo. Tell your friends and neighbors about TnR w EWCD. Listening might count as community service. Feel free to email us: email@example.com
Listen every Friday at 10:00 pm
Category: Arts, Community, Literature, Music, Narrative, Politics, Social Issues, Talk
About E.W. Conundrum Demure
E.W. Conundrum Demure has been writing, directing, and producing for stage, television, and radio since the late 1990s. He has written for several independent papers and, briefly, published his own, Mountain Perspective Magazine. He is an artist and community activist. He paints on canvas and writes poetry and prose on paper. He emcees and assists in organizing an annual jazz festival. He is a professor of mathematics and environmental studies. He is a union leader. He has worked in a bakery and was a paperboy, a bag boy, a tomato inspector, and a migrant worker in the south of France. He is the son of a shoemaker and a checkout girl. As a boy he used to shovel coal into the stoker of a furnace, till with a pitchfork, and rake his parents’ garden. He is a father, and he raises his children while trying to make sense of it all. Radio is a salvation. He has two feral cats named Grail and Hannah and a Chihuahua named Marquez.