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This Land Press

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Mark Clay takes us on a tour of his barber shop and gives us an old fashioned straight razor shave.

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Jeff Martin tells us about meeting Bob Dylan.

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People around Oklahoma read a poem by Ken Hada.

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Jeff Emerson's ranch was robed a few summers back.

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Jack Seehafer grew up bike racing in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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Woody Guthrie sings, folks read his writing, and folklorist Guy Logsdon discusses Woody's roots.

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JD McPherson jumps, wriggles, and hopes it will be ok.

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Poet John Brehm dives beneath the chit-chat and finds his soul in the river.

07/08/2014 | Shorts

Growing Up a Poet

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A man and his daughter watch a death in progress.

07/07/2014 | Shorts

Dead Deer

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Gary Altizer describes the perils of grabbing Oklahoma river catfish with his bare hands.

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This Land contributor Beau Adams explains the sport of bass fishing.

07/02/2014 | Shorts

Giant Bass!

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An ode to the superstore and its people.

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This week, we meet a rock star on our paper route.

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This week, our heart is in a hole.

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This week, we go left or we go right.

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This week, a radio feast. Long Haul Productions sings grace, The Kitchen sisters bring a king-sized bag of Fritos, Scott Gurian catches us a catfish, and Scott Carrier shares the orange from the backseat of his car.

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This week, we dig.

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In this episode, we learn the rules of the game just enough to question them.

05/08/2014 | Radio

Episode 3: Sports!

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This week, Woody Guthrie visits our studio and gets us on his wavelength. Norah Guthrie asks us to dance. Dance out of our made walls, out from our sins, out from our sick spell, dance the high glory. Tiffany Colannino opens up the archives to reveal the only recording of Woody performing live, and Ramblin’ Jack Elliott slips off his sneakers and goes searching for the soul of a man.

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This week we discover the healing power of small things that fly.

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Russell Cobb can’t find his socks. Ginger Strand imposes herself on some fish biologists. Jeff Martin wanders the Southern Plains and finds new fiction from Alan Heathcock and John Crowley. Plus, a musical chat with John Fullbright.

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