Molly’s second collection of essays for the News Hour of community radio station KVMR-FM, Nevada City, CA. More can be read and heard on her website, mollyfisk.com. New essays can be heard live on Thursday evenings at 6:55 p.m. Pacific time, streaming on kvmr.org. (Or, if you’re driving through Northern California, at 89.5 FM in the valley and foothills, and 105.1 FM in the High Sierra.) To be added to Molly’s newsletter and receive essays via e-mail as they are written (text only), subscribe at mollyfisk.com
Molly is a National Endowment for the Arts fellow in Poetry and the author of Salt Water Poems and Listening to Winter, part of the California Poetry Series. She teaches writing on-line at voiceofyourown.com and poetrybootcamp.com, and face-to-face in Nevada City, CA.
Utah Phillips said: “Molly’s essays render the common uncommon. I think that what she really talks about is the art of noticing. Beautiful language, beautifully spoken.”
John Updike says: “Your voice is made for radio — crisp and decided yet relaxed and just close enough, somehow — and the pieces all are impeccably shaped and written.”