Utah Public Radio will select up to 10 non-profit organizations to receive an underwriting package to announce their event during fiscal year 2013-14.
Organizations will be selected for on-air inclusion on the basis of community service and appropriateness for UPR’s listening audience. Spot content must be conducive to FCC guidelines. Each organization will receive 28 spots that will run 2 a day for 14 days. Spots will be placed “Run of Schedule” (ROS) and will rotate throughout our schedule, Sunday-Saturday, 6:00 am – 9:00 pm.
To submit your organization’s event for consideration, see application. For more details, please contact Teri Guy, 435-797-3215 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stacey Levine is the author of four works of fiction including The Girl with Brown Fur, Frances Johnson, Dra—, and My Horse and Other Stories. A Pushcart Prize nominee and recipient of The Stranger Genius Award for Literature, she has fiction published in Fence, Tin House, The Fairy Tale Review, The Washington Review, The Iowa Review, Yeti, and others. She has written a libretto and two one-act plays. Translations of her short fiction have appeared in Danish and Japanese publications.
Lydia Millet is the author of 11 books of fiction, most recently the novel Magnificence, a finalist for the National Book Critics' Circle and Los Angeles Times book awards. Magnificence is the last in a trilogy about extinction and loss that began with How the Dead Dream and Ghost Lights. Her short story collection called Love in Infant Monkeys, was shortlisted for the Pulitzer Prize. Previous novels included My Happy Life, which won the PEN-USA award for fiction, and Oh Pure and Radiant Heart, about the physicists of the Manhattan Project.