KTEP - El Paso, Texas

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    Benjamin Alire Sáenz received the American Book Award in 1992 for his first book of poems, Calendar of Dust. A former Wallace Stegner Poetry Fellow at Stanford, he also received a Lannan Poetry Fellowship, a Southwest Book Award, the...

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    Bettie Robinson has been in broadcasting for over thirty years. After one semester of broadcasting courses in college she became interested in hosting a gospel program. She has worked for the El Paso Natural Gas Company, and is now a retired...

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    Charles Horak didn't sleep much as a child, preferring instead to watch movies on late night TV. Not much has changed since then, except that he now shares his life-long passion for movies with others. Horak's association with On Film...

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    Daniel Chacón’s collection of stories, Unending Rooms, was the 2007 winner of the Hudson Prize. He has also been awarded the American Book Award, the Chris Isherwood Foundation Grant, and the Southwest Book Award. His first collection of...

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    Denise S. Rodriguez, County Horticulture Extension Agent, is an El Paso native who earned her BS and MS in Horticulture at New Mexico State University. Denise previously worked at the AgriLife Research Center at El Paso where she was part of a...

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    Liz Walsh is a Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Texas at El Paso. She is also a member of the national Sierra Club Wildlife & Endangered Species Activist Team. Dr. Walsh also serves on the Executive Committee of the El...

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    London, England’s very own Dr. Keith Pannell created Science Studio in 1987. He has been in broadcasting for twenty years and plans on hosting the show forever. With a Ph.D. in Chemistry, Pannell provides listeners with the most accurate...

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    Native New Yorker, Dr. Russell Chianelli, has been co-host of the show for a number of years. This is his first broadcasting gig. With a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY, and numerous publications, he...

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    Greg Lawson is a retired National Park Service Ranger and is a certified vegan lifestyle coach. His concern for the environment, the wilderness and the wildlife of our country motivates him to speak for the animals.

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    Marina Monsisvais owns Barracuda PR, a boutique public relations agency based in El Paso, Texas that handles PR and social media strategies for several local and national brands.

    Monsisvais is a graduate of New Mexico State University...

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    Mónica Gómez began hosting State of the Arts in April 2007. She brings to the program her experience as a long-time performer, songwriter, poet, teaching artist, and former TV news reporter specializing in arts, culture and good news....

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    Quentin is a native of Cocoa Beach, Florida and began volunteering as a radio host for the Best of Gospel program in 2013.  He appreciates the opportunity to share Gospel music with El Paso and the surrounding communities. 

    Quentin is...

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    Tim Z. Hernandez is a poet, novelist and performance artist. He is the recipient of an American Book Award for poetry, the Zora Neal Hurston Award, the Premio Aztlan Prize for fiction, a Colorado Book Award for poetry, and the International...

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    Tom Linney works with the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) Animal Law Program and is on the board of Pets Alive-El Paso. Among other duties, Tom is responsible for developing and marketing ALDF’s Animal Law Pro Bono Program to interested firms...