Chérie Newman

Host and Producer

Chérie Newman is an arts and humanities producer and host for Montana Public Radio, and a freelance writer. Her weekly literary program, The Write Question, is broadcast on several public radio stations, and available online at PRX.org and MTPR.org.

Her articles, essays, and book reviews have been published in Montana Magazine, High Country News, the University of Montana Alumni Newsletter, Whitefish Review, the Billings Gazette, the Missoulian, Montana Senior News, Outside Bozeman Magazine, and on numerous websites.

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Student Response
4:12 pm
Tue December 3, 2013

A Response to "Degrees of Gray in Philipsburg" by Richard Hugo

Chandler Kirkegaard

For the last several years, Robert Stubblefield has invited me to talk about The Write Question with students in one of the classes he teaches at the University of Montana. We talk about specific programs, which, if students have done their homework assignments, they've listened to. Then I answer questions about the process of reading, interviewing, and creating programs for radio and the Web.

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Nonfiction
6:24 am
Wed November 27, 2013

Poetry, Aphorisms, and Perfect Pie Crust

A Commonplace Book of Pie, by Kate Lebo

Kate Lebo has created a delightful commonplace book that includes poetry, recipes, illustrations, and a twisty new form of folk wisdom. The conversation during this program includes the definition of a commonplace book, as well as perfect pie crust tips, pie quotes ("We ought to make the pie higher." - George W. Bush), and aphorisms.

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Student Response
6:22 pm
Tue November 26, 2013

Response to "Fragments with Dust in Them"

Timothy Faber

For the last several years, Robert Stubblefield has invited me to talk about The Write Question with students in one of the classes he teaches at the University of Montana. We talk about specific programs, which, if students have done their homework assignments, they've listened to. Then I answer questions about the process of reading, interviewing, and creating programs for radio and the Web.

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Theater
11:26 am
Mon November 25, 2013

Angels In America, Part One: Millenium Approaches

Angels in America, Part One performed by the University of Montana Theater & Dance
Credit Terry Cyr

In this Front Row Center segment, which airs on December 1, Michael Marsolek talks with University of Montana Associate Professor for the School of Theater & Dance John DeBoer about UM's production of 'Angels In America.'

December 1 at 3 p.m.: a special performance for World Aids Day that includes a Talk Back session.

December 3 - 7 at 7:30 p.m.

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Poetry and American Indian Culture
6:39 am
Wed November 20, 2013

Crow Indian Culture in Poetry by Henry Real Bird

Wolf Teeth: poems by Henry Real Bird

Henry Real Bird talks about Crow Indian culture and reads poems from his new collection, Wolf Teeth. He also sings a poem.

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Student Response
6:21 am
Tue November 19, 2013

Response to "The Story of the Cowpuncher," by Charles M. Russell

Eli Redeker

For the last several years, Robert Stubblefield has invited me to talk about The Write Question with students in one of the classes he teaches at the University of Montana. We talk about specific programs, which, if students have done their homework assignments, they've listened to. Then I answer questions about the process of reading, interviewing, and creating programs for radio and the Web.

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Student Response
2:43 pm
Fri November 15, 2013

William Albert Allard: Pick a Bird

Stephanie Land

For the last several years, Robert Stubblefield has invited me to talk about The Write Question with students in one of the classes he teaches at the University of Montana. We talk about specific programs, which, if students have done their homework assignments, they've listened to. Then I answer questions about the process of reading, interviewing, and creating programs for radio and the Web.

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Fiction
6:00 am
Wed November 13, 2013

Gwen Florio's 'Montana' Begins New Mystery Series

'Montana,' a mystery novel by Gwen Florio

Gwen Florio talks about her transition from newspaper reporter to fiction author and the process of writing her mystery novel Montana, the first in a new series. She also reads two passages from the book.

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Student Response
12:36 pm
Tue November 12, 2013

The Milltown Union Bar: You Could Love Here - An Evening with Hugo

Eric Toennis

For the last several years, Robert Stubblefield has invited me to talk about The Write Question with students in one of the classes he teaches at the University of Montana. We talk about specific programs, which, if students have done their homework assignments, they've listened to. Then I answer questions about the process of reading, interviewing, and creating programs for radio and the Web.

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Environmental Nonfiction
12:00 pm
Wed November 6, 2013

Doug Peacock Looks into The Shadow of the Sabertooth

In the Shadow of the Sabertooth: A Renegade Naturalist Considers Global Warming, the First Americans and the Terrible Beasts of the Pleistocene

During this program filmmaker and naturalist Doug Peacock talks about his latest book, In the Shadow of the Sabertooth: A Renegade Naturalist Considers Global Warming, the First Americans and the Terrible Beasts of the Pleistocene.

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