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The folks behind LFTN are reassessing our situation as our numbers have been reduced by one major player. Stay tuned. Hopefully we will regroup under a new name and with new energy, blood and spirit.  If you are an Alaskan writer, or are interested in participating in a new literary based radio show, send an email to jonaslamb_at_gmail dot com.

Check out our latest show in the archives.  We’re going to push for another few air dates on KTOO but if you missed it, listen now, why wait?

LFTN #4: Home, will air Wednesday, September 3rd on KTOO during a Juneau afternoon from 3-4 pm (AST) and then the following evening on September 4th from 7-8 pm (Subject to change if KTOO covers Rep. National Convention). Those of you on the east coast who can never seem to catch us live, tune into the 9/3 show as that slot should correlate with your dinner time, did I mention LFTN goes great with dinner and a bottle of wine?

If you can’t catch us live, visit the archive where we have all 4, yes that’s right, we finally hit our quarterly mark, it only took us 15 months, but who’s counting, anyway, if you miss it, stream the show from the archive and catch up on past shows as well.

We’re very proud of this show as it features nationally recognized contributors Ernestine Hayes and Kurt Hoelting, an interview with up and coming Juneau author Erik Boraas and new stories from familiar contributors, GInny Mahar, Evelyn Richards and Jonas Lamb

Production on our fourth show, tentatively titled “Home”, will be wrapping up here shortly. Looked like all parties were on track for an early June air date but alas, projects get side-tracked, de-railed, intruded upon, in short life happens (A few of us landed in Homer, AK for the highly anticipated Kachemak Bay Writers’ Conference). Stay tuned, it will be worth the wait. In the meantime check out The Relay Project, which like LFTN, lives in the genre-less wastelands, feeding off the tuned in brainwaves of curious listeners everywhere.