Sarah Blake / WPSU-FM Associate Producer
It's our third week of National Poetry Month! Our book this week is half poetry and half paintings and drawings. No matter the form, the book explores nature and the amazing world that surrounds us.
For the second week of National Poetry Month, we take a look at the most recent collection of poetry from the talented Penn State laureate.
National Poetry Month begins, and BookMark starts the celebration with a book by a Pittsburgh poet reviewed by an Altoona poet!
Wrap up March with a little more March Madness! As the final game of the tournament approaches, listen in for our review of a book by a basketball legend.
A Penn State Harrisburg professor recently published her first book of literary nonfiction. This collection of essays shares family stories, and tales of amazing, old greenhouses that made up the family business.
A new mystery series will have you barking for more! Narrated by a fun-loving canine, these books follow a dog and his owner as they run the Little Detective Agency.
Learn more about a moving new book of poetry by a local poet, who recently read at Lock Haven University. You may have heard her poems on The Writer’s Almanac.
Start March off with a book that will take you to Italy! This novel, composed of linked short stories, follows four generations of an Italian family. They immigrate to Pittsburgh, and many stories take place there as well.
It's the final week of Black History Month! Listen in to learn more about a forthcoming biography of a literary activist. A Penn State professor authors the book, and a Penn State student offers her review!