Jay Kettering Arts & Life A Love Affair with Prison Jay Kettering In this episode, a Butte native reflects on the 20 years she spent in almost every state prison in California — teaching and performing theatre. Arts & Life In Love with Peace — Obliged to War Jay Kettering In this episode, writer Sean Gallagher’s short story has his narrator lamenting the damage done to his older brother after becoming a soldier — the brother who taught him "that no one wins a fight." Arts & Life It's All Just Noise Jay Kettering In this episode, playwright Jay Kettering introduces us to a couple recounting how they met, fell in love, and ultimately broke up, and let’s just say, it gets a bit noisy. Arts & Life A Meditation on Family, Caregiving, and Secrets Jay Kettering In this episode, novelist Caroline Patterson takes us back to 1953 Montana, where we find a distraught couple struggling with their decision to institutionalize their baby Lizzie, who has Down Syndrome. Arts & Life Songs in the Key of Keys Jay Kettering In this episode, Caroline Keys and Nate Biehl share their original songs along with poems from Caroline and her young student writers. Arts & Life One Sentence at a Time Jay Kettering In this episode featuring Métis storyteller Chris La Tray, we celebrate words, and the way even very few words, in the right hands, can capture the wonder in every single day. Arts & Life You Hate These Roads Jay Kettering In this episode, novelist Richard Fifield puts us in a car going way too fast up a narrow mountain road, and that’s only the beginning of our troubles. Take a deep breath, and hold on tight.