Stella's 30 Minutes as seen on TV!

Stella Nesanovich, retired Professor of English from McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana, is the author of A Brightness That Made My Soul Tremble: Poems on the Life of Hildegard of Bingen (Blue Heron Press, 1996) and Vespers at Mount Angel: Poems (Xavier Review Press, 2004) and editor of Points of Gold: Poems for Leo Luke Marcello (Xavier Review Press, 2005).

Her poetry has appeared in several anthologies, including Uncommonplace: An Anthology of Contemporary Louisiana Poets (LSU Press, 1998) and Hurricane Blues: Poems About Katrina and Rita (Southeast Missouri State University, 2006), and in numerous journals and magazines, including The Christian Century, Christianity and Literature, Modern Age, Chronicles, Xavier Review, Poet Lore, America, The Anglican Theological Review, and elsewhere.

She has fiction in The Southern Review as well as Something in Common: Contemporary Louisiana Stories (LSU Press, 1990).

In 1999 she received an artist fellowship from the Louisiana Division of the Arts.

Stella's 30 Minute TV Interview - Downloads / Formats

WMV
77 MB

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[RECOMMENDED]This will play in Windows Media Player. It looks good in Firefox 4 which starts displaying the video in just a few seconds, so you do NOT have to download the whole file first. You can play the video's URL in Winamp ("add URL") (http://www.nesanovich.com/video/PublishStella.wmv)

since it's a browser built into a music/video player. It's available for free at Winamp.com. Internet Explorer so you don't have to fiddle with your main browser.

Also looks good in Internet Explorer, but you have to wait while IE downloads the whole file before playing.

.FLV
82 MB

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Plays in Winamp (add URL http://www.nesanovich.com/video/PublishStella02.flv) and other FLV players. This is a popular format because it takes little disk space and bandwidth.The WMV is a little better quality
Flash
Flash version is in progress, and will be posted later. Meantime enjoy the WMV or FLV. Flash will give use a "YouTube" streaming capability.

Firefox 4 and Winamp are best for viewing, as they let you see the video with only a few seconds for you to wait while it loads the video. Internet Explorer downloads the whole file (77 MB) before it will play anything in Windows Media Player

I haven't tested other browsers such as Opera or Safari. If you know you have a .FLV player, please click here.

 

If you don't have the player, your browser will not know what to do with the file.

Second Sunday of Lent:Bishop Glen John Provost and Father Ruben Buller discuss the Gospel of the day from Saint Matthew (17:1-9). Alison Fontenot and Morris LeBleu bring you Catholic

news from the Diocese, the state, the region, and the world. In the second half hour on Catholic Life Today, Deacon Glenn Viau interviews Dr. Stella Nesanovich on the topic of God in poetry.