August Derleth on Spring


By Anne Strainchamps | April 6, 2011

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As winter fades, we’re all on the lookout for those first signs of Spring. More than 40 years ago, Wisconsin writer August Derleth described the slow change of seasons near his home along the Wisconsin River.

Read by Dave Potratz and set to “Genesis II” by composer and Wisconsin native, Janika Vandervelde.

Anne Strainchamps

Anne Strainchamps is the host of TTBOOK.  She co-founded the show, along with Steve Paulson and Jim Fleming, and has been a featured interviewer on the program for more than a decade.   
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