Talking ‘The Alchemy of Noise’… After Hours with Rick Kogan

When I was in Chicago during “The Alchemy of Noise Book Launch Tour” in April, I had the great pleasure of meeting Rick Kogan, iconic Chicago Tribune writer and radio personality, in the wonderful setting of my dear friends—Jason Brett and Lauren Streicher‘s—home. A warm, welcoming man with a tremendous legacy in the beloved city of my birth, I was delighted when he invited me to join him on his radio show to talk about my book.

We’ll be having that conversation this Sunday night, June 23rd, 8:00pm PST/10:00pm CT, on the “After Hours with Rick Kogan Show / WGN 720 AM.

“The Voice of Chicago is back on The Voice of Chicago! Rick Kogan starts off your week with discussion, commentary and interviews with the people – writers, musicians, artists, characters, newsmakers – who make Chicago tick. 9-11 p.m., Sundays, WGN Radio 720 AM.”

“After Hours with Rick Kogan (9-11pm CT/WGN 720 AM) welcomes Mark Caro on his latest book, Behind the Laughter; Bonnie Koloc Singer/Songwriter on her songs; Lorraine Devon Wilke on her book, The Alchemy of Noise, and Tony Fitzpatrick with some bird loving pals to talk about the Montrose bird-concert controversy.”

Again, my segment starts at 8:00 pm PST/10:00 pm CT, but odds are good the entire show will be offer fascinating conversation! Here’s the link (my segment starts at the halfway point): http://wgnradio.com/after-hours-with-rick-kogan/


Visit www.lorrainedevonwilke.com for details and links to LDW’s books, music, photography, and articles.

2 thoughts on “Talking ‘The Alchemy of Noise’… After Hours with Rick Kogan

    1. Yikes… so you got that “test” email?? That was sent because subscribers have told me when they respond to the email that alerts them of a new post, it goes to my old AOL address that is no longer functional. I have tried every which way to update that subscription plug-in with my current and correct email address for this blog (info@lorrainedevonwilke.com), but so far no luck. Still working on it!

      But that test was to see if when I responded to the same email subscribers get, it went somewhere. It went to subscribers, apparently. Not intended!

      Anyway, I love your comment, I always love your comment, and if you ever email a response back to me from the RPM post, hopefully it will go where it’s supposed to!! xoxo

      P.S. I just removed that silly comment “test”! 🙂

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