"In her program Madeline Gins responds to a series of questions with various readings from her book Helen Keller or Arakawa. She also talks about how "landing sites" function in the perception and construction of reality, and how they work in own writing. Her program was recorded at the Charles Morrow and Associates Studio in New York in 1995."
"Winner of the 1997 CASE Award for Radio Programming, LINEbreak is a series of half-hour length programs with some of the smartest and most innovative writers and artists at work today. LINEbreak showcases a broad range of authors from around the country and around the world, from famous novelists and screenwriters whose work is regularly reviewed in The New York Times, The Village Voice, and The New York Review of Books, to revolutionary and avant-garde poets, performance artists and video artists whose work is often neglected by the mainstream media. The series is hosted and co-produced by poet and professor Charles Bernstein, and is produced and directed by Martin Spinelli.
The LINEbreak series was distributed nationally to all connected public radio stations in the U.S. over the Public Radio Satellite System in the spring and summer of 1996, and has been heard on a number of public and college stations from New York to California"