Patrick Hicks

The Great American Read: Patrick Hicks

Sep 25, 2018
Patrick Hicks

In The Moment ... September 25. 2018 Show 429 Hour 1

This week's Great American Read follows the trials and tribulations of some of literature's favorite protagonists. This episode examines how these everyday heroes and anti-heroes find their inner strength, overcome challenges and rise to the occasion.

"Episode 4: Heroes" premieres Tuesday, September 25 at 7:00 p.m. CT on SDPB-TV.

Patrick Hicks

In The Moment ... June 11, 2018 Show 355 Hour 1

Patrick Hicks is writer-in-residence at Augustana University and the author of "The Commandant of Lubizec," "The Collector of Names," "Adoptable," and others.

He's recently returned from a research trip where he visited the site of the Ravensbruck Nazi concentration camp.

Lori Walsh

In the Moment ... April 10, 2018 Show 312 Hour 1

How important is a border? And what's at stake when the scaffolding of peace is rearranged at its foundation?
Today marks 20 years of the Good Friday agreement. That means two decades of peace in a region once plagued by attacks and violence. But the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland is making headlines once again, as the European Union prepares for Brexit.

We're joined by Augustana University professors Patrick Hicks and Bill Swart.

In The Moment ... January 18, 2018 Show 258 Hour 1

Poet Christine Stewart speaks at Augustana University at 6 p.m. tonight.

She is the author of several poetry books including "Untrussed, "Bluewords Greening," "Keeping Them Alive," and "Postcard on Parchment."

We're also joined by Augustana writer-in-residence Patrick Hicks. His poetry books include "Adoptable," "This London," and "Finding the Gossamar."

In The Moment ... December 20, 2017 Show 244 Hour 1

Ann Pederson, PhD., and Jennifer Gubbels, PhD. join us with news about a current project to address the elevated preterm birth rate in Native American communities. We talk about inherited trauma, applying spiritual solutions to stress, and more.

In The Moment ... December 20, 2017 Show 244 Hour 1

The controversy in America over language continues.

Augustana University professors Jennifer Gubbels, PhD., and Patrick Hicks, PhD., explore the notion of banned words and how to process recent news stories highlighting them.

신 선 영 Sun Yung Shin is the editor of the best-selling anthology "A Good Time for the Truth: Race in Minnesota" and author of the poetry collection "Unbearable Splendor." The book was a finalist for the 2017 PEN USA Literary Award for Poetry and winner of the 2016 Minnesota Book Award for poetry.

She visits Augustana University tonight. But first she talks with In the Moment host Lori Walsh about poetry, identity, and helping emerging authors find their voices.

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Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... October 13, 2017 Show 198 Hour 1

You can now rediscover a classic Midwestern novel about the relationship between land and the people who farm it. The Center for Western Studies releases a new edition of Herbert Krause's "The Thresher." Patrick Hicks crafted an introduction to this new edition. You can join him this afternoon at 4 p.m. to celebrate the book's release in Sioux Falls.

Andrew Bork

In The Moment ... October 2, 2017 Show 189 Hour 2

The news from Catalonia has implications not only for Spain, but for the European Union. With so much happening in the news over the weekend, we thought you'd like to learn more about what's happening in Europe ... its history and its international implications. For that, we welcome Augustana Professor Patrick Hicks.

Andrew Bork

In The Moment ... September 11, 2107 Show 174 Hour 2

As fliers associated with white supremacy make their way to South Dakota (some were recently found in Sioux Falls) state residents are reminded that neo-Nazi sentiments are not a thing of the past. How do we address nationalism, racism, and Nazi sympathies today? We begin with a look at history.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... September 8, 2017 Show 173 Hour 1

We begin the program with this week's Moment in Sound. You can head to the Icon Lounge in Sioux Falls tonight for the Four Winds Festival. The Tinder Box plays live. Chad Konrad is a member of The Tinder Box as well as an audio engineer for The White Wall Sessions, now in its fifth season. He joins us for live music and conversation.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... July 11, 2017 Show 131 Hour 1

Kealey Bultena

In The Moment ... March 22, 2017 Show 055 Hour 2

This week's podcast features a conversation with blues musician Davy Knowles, poetry from Patrick Hicks, and music from The Minneapolis Guitar Quartet.

Lori Walsh

In The Moment ... March 17, 2017 Show 052 Hour 1

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... March 3, 2017 Show 042 Hour 1

We begin the hour with a conversation with Dr. Mohammad Zeeshan Qamar. As director of interfaith dialog at the Muslim Community Center of South Dakota in Sioux Falls, Dr. Qamar is often asked to talk about his faith with those who are curious or even suspicious. He discusses his journey to the United States, raising Muslim children in Sioux Falls, and how conversations with Christians and non-Muslims have helped him grow the depth of his own faith.

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In The Moment ... March 2, 2017 Show 41 Hour 2

This Sunday marks the 75th anniversary of the United States Naval Construction Forces, more commonly known as "The Seabees." Although the relatively small unit has played a vital role in America's military operations around the world, many people have never heard of them. SDPB's Jim Kent sat down with some Seabees who were trained to build - and to fight.

Dakota Midday's Lori Walsh sat down with Sioux Falls Air Show coordinator Rick Tupper and Augustana professor Patrick Hicks to talk about the powerful history of aircraft. From heavier topics of World War II aircraft to a lighter mood of the annual hangar 1940's swing dance, the Joe Foss squadron aims to maintain the intergrity of traditional warbirds. The guests also stress the opportunity to appreciate military history and the accomplishments of veterans.

The Midday Book Nerds convene to discuss the top reads of 2015. Independent booksellers Peggy Stout (Prairie Pages, Pierre) and Jeff Danz (Zandbroz Variety, Sioux Falls) talk up the biggest local releases, the book club hits of the year, and the surprising trend of adult coloring books.

Dr. Patrick Hicks, Writer-in-Residence at Augustana University in Sioux Falls, and Liz Patro, a Portland, Oregon-based writer whose short stories and essays have appeared in over two-dozen literary journals and magazines join Dakota Midday.

The past 12 months have been big ones for Augustana College writer-in-residence Patrick Hicks. A year ago, he published his debut novel, The Commandant of Lubizec. He also came out with a new poetry collection, Adoptable. Hicks has just released his debut book of short stories, The Collector of Names.

On January 27th, 1945, the Auschwitz concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland was liberated by Soviet troops. Some 1.1 million people were killed there between 1940 and 1945. More people died at Auschwitz than at any other Nazi concentration camp. Soviet soldiers found about 7 thousand starving prisoners alive in the camp.

About 300 survivors returned to the site for ceremonies marking the 70th anniversary. Most were children at the time of the liberation, but are now elderly and this may be the last significant Auschwitz remembrance of their lifetimes.

Patrick Hicks

When writer Patrick Hicks and his wife were unable to have biological children, they adopted a little boy from South Korea. In his new book of poetry, Adoptable, Hicks shares the joys of fatherhood and imagines his son as he grows older. The book’s poems also examine what it means to adopt a child from another country and culture. In one poem he asks the question, “Did we do the right thing, importing you to the other side of the world, bringing you to the prairie and the ice?”