author and editor
Author Alan Felsenthal is the publisher and editor of The Song Cave.
Alan Felsenthal's first book of poetry, Lowly, moves in the direction of the visionary, the mystical and the metaphysical.
Jun. 22, 2017
Jan. 23, 2014
Teresa K. Miller discusses “Borderline Fortune,” which won her the National Poetry Series, when she was about ready to give up on herself.
Just getting through the day can now sometimes feel like an exercise in diplomacy, especially with disputes over COVID vaccines, mask mandates, and critical race theory in schools.
from Zócalo's Connecting California
Host Jonathan Bastian talks with David Whyte about the power of the written and spoken word.
from Life Examined
Hang onto your existential ennui, because our favorite purveyor of shredded riffs and incisive lyrics, Courtney Barnett, is back with a brand new album.
from Anne's Backyard
With the new movie “Eternals,” Marvel is hoping it can launch a series of films as successful as the “Avengers.”
from Hollywood Breakdown
In "Belfast," Kenneth Branagh's semi-autobiographical evocation of his childhood in Northern Ireland, the filmmaker, stage actor and writer is a bright-faced 9-year-old struggling to…
from Film Reviews
Why does affordable housing take so long and cost so much to build? KCRW’s Anna Scott and KQED’s Saul Gonzalez team up to find answers.
from Greater LA
“Martita, I Remember You/Martita, te recuerdo” is a bilingual new book by Sandra Cisneros.
Koreatown performance artist Kristina Wong suddenly had no work when the pandemic began, so she started creating face masks.
from Greater LA