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  • 00:37

    Topically Yours - Sacred Art Painter Laura James

    in Art

    Deardra Shuler talks with artist & painter Bronxite Laura James.  As a child, Laura spent time at the Brooklyn Public Library where she explored her passion for literature, photography,& later painting. Her African and Caribbean-American heritage & love of stories, design, & color, are all elements in her work. Painting in sacred & secular styles, James exposes the sacrosanct and the ordinary. Her work is timeless.  She has created a diverse body of work of secular and sacred work; icons that expand the collection of stories traditionally painted in this style. James is pleased to help black people see themselves in their sacred texts of  African religions and Christianity, a place where racialized people have curiously been excluded in the west. James illustrated The Book of the Gospels lectionary, published by Liturgy Training Publications in 2001,  In its 2nd edition, the book is used worldwide by numerous Christian denominations. Her religious art is at the forefront of a more inclusive representation of Biblical figures. Ms. James has recently expanded her repertoire to include sacred images from other traditions including the veneration of the Divine Feminine, Yoruba, Buddhism, ancient Islam and Egyptian themes.  A Director of BX200: Bronx Visual Artists Directory, an online database featuring some of the Bronx’s best visual artists. This project is a collaboration with over 200 Bronx artists and organizations. Ms. James has curated numerous exhibitions over the past 30 years. Laura has worked for years on paintings dealing with race & class in America & the Caribbean. Currently she is working on a series of 10  paintings she hopes will show how the past is still being realized in the present https://yale.app.box.com/s/ulqdw7jbckkr7m7a36d1ypt40nmemzfc

  • 00:57

    Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio Presents Jude Hunkar Anderson

    in Poetry

    I’m a girl from a small rural village in Hungary. Growing up in humble but love filled surroundings, I always knew there’s more out there for me. In 2000 when I was 20, I moved to the UK and have created a new life that has been nothing less but incredible. I came a long way in the last 20 years. My family is my life, my husband and our two girls. Love, pure and simple. I’m a woman, a wife and a mummy but now I’m also a poet.
    This year 2020 broke me in every way but that wasn’t the end. I rebuild me again bit by bit. I have grown, stronger, wiser while finding magic in writing. I’ve only been writing poetry since April. Poetry is my way to share my heart and soul with the world and I have so much more to give. Life is my theme and people.
    I’m only at the beginning of this exciting adventure and I cannot wait to see where it will take me.

  • 01:16

    Jon land, Dick Belsky and Charles Salzberg take the spotlight

    in Books

     
     
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    Jon land
    Charles Salzberg 
    Dick Belsky 
     
    I did some research and came up with this topic for the broadcast in January;
    The changes in publishing in the past year. The difficult job of promoting and marketing your title and the difficulties dealing with publishers whether a new it established author. Difficulties small publishers face and bookstores. Distribution issues, marketing, ebooks VS print, online platforms. 
    Join me as these award winning author take on this topic and how publishers and authors are dealing with this industry in the new year. Fran Lewis mj ne
     

  • 00:32

    Julie Slavinsky, Event Director at Warwick's Bookstore, sits down at the Corner!

    in Books

    Julie Slavinsky is the Director of Events for Warwick’s Bookstore. She has been in the book business for sixteen years, has been with Warwick’s for eleven of those, ten of them as the Director of Events.  She was born and raised in Los Angeles, has a Bachelor of Arts degree from San Diego State University and has called San Diego home since 1979. Her passion is reading, and connecting readers and authors.
    Matt Coyle is the Anthony, Shamus and Lefty Award-sinning author of the Rick Cahill crime series.
    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast owned soley by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network. 

  • 02:29

    The Sounds of La Cosa Nostra Radio part 2

    in Poetry

    La Cosa Nostra adio, we're family, at allpoetry.com has been through many changes during its existence. One thing that hasn't changed is we're family. This is the second part of our very special look back over the last few years together. We could not have done this without you.
    https://allpoetry.com/group/show/33906-La%20Cosa%20Nostra
    HOLLA
     
     
     

  • 01:01

    SPECIAL EDITION OF WRITE STUFF -- The Little Girl in the Pink Dress

    in Books

    Freedom Speakz and her friends have a fun filled day in the park, as she recounts the story of how her infamous "Generations" speech came to be. In this true tale, she relives the moments from where it all began. As a tribute to Mrs. Coretta Scott King it was on that day she stood, and proclaimed FREEDOM for all to see. No one could have ever imagined that the voice of this little girl in a pink dress would forever change the world!
    You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on Apple Podcast. Add PJC Media to Spotify and iHeartradio. Or, click on the link here:  http://tobtr.com/11872737.

  • 00:32

    Author2Author with Tara Moss

    in Writing

    Bill welcomes novelist and memoirist Tara Moss to the show. Since 1999 Tara Moss has written 13 bestselling books, published in 19 countries and 13 languages. Her latest is the internationally bestselling historical crime novel The War Widow published with with HarperCanada, HarperCollins Australia, and launching in Dec 2020 with Dutton Books at Penguin Randomhouse US, and translated to German in Jan 2021 with AufBau as Die Jägerin. Her first non-fiction book, the critically acclaimed The Fictional Woman, became a number one national non-fiction bestseller in 2014, and her iconic cover design, featuring her face labeled with ‘fictions’ or stereotypes about women won Best Non-Fiction Book Design in 2015.

  • 02:00

    The Art of Seduction...

    in Poetry

    Late Night Poets Presents The Art of Seduction... Warm,  wonderful poetry compelling you to the edge of your seat, sultry, seductive, and scintillating Ink To  make you shiver, To make you sigh Mmmm... Join us,

  • 01:54

    Songs of Selah with Scott Thomas Outlar

    in Art

    Songs of Selah December 21, 2020
    On tonight's episode I'm pleased to welcome four authors from Alien Buddha Press who will be joining the program to read selections from their new books...
    Jared Morningstar - American Fries
    Donny Winter - Carbon Footprint
    Aaron Summer Javadi - Zen Tao Ghi:DNA UnTangled
    Matthew Feinstein - Breeds of Breath

  • 00:30

    Featured Artist Joe Gilmore in a Creative Conversation

    in Visual Arts

    I have made it my mission to visit as many countries on the African Continent as time and funds permit. I am inspired to paint the energy of each experience.
    My travels on the African continent have taken me south to South Africa, and Namibia where Dr. Debbie Sanders developed a program called Study Abroad in Africa to send University students from Historically Black Colleges to study for a semester at South African Universities. The students received credit for the course work required at that point in their academic career. Lincoln University was our school of record which facilitated the acceptance of credits between the Universities in the United States, and Africa. This program was a labor of love for Dr.Sanders, and I was proud to be apart of this reintroduction of young African Americans to the Mother continent. Therefore, I not only expose the viewer to the experience of The Ancestors through my art, but I do everything in my power to impress upon African Americans how returning to our African origins is a gift that we must all give ourselves. Few things give me more pleasure than sharing the stories of my travels on the African continent with young people! I want them to get fired up, and maybe skip France or England and go home to our Mother continent at least once.
    My goal is to debunk hegemony, the misinformation which a vast majority of my people allow them to think less of their ancestral home.
    I have delivered as honest and pure views on this subject as I currently have words to match the feelings in my heart. It is my prayer that as you view my work that you will not so much judge it for technique ( my work tends to look very whimsical, with strong messages), but for my heart, and the hearts of my Ancestors that were surely broken in life, but who celebrate each time a  brother, a sister, a child, or cousin of theirs Returns  Home!  

  • 01:59

    Strange Magic After Midnight...with Incoherent Dust & Victoria Frost...

    in Poetry

    “There’s a strange magic we encounter reading poetry. Something undefinable, a lifting of the spirit to match that of a writer who expresses in words what we thought had only existed, unspoken, in the heart. Have you ever had that moment, reading, when an artist’s words stop you in your tracks and make your jaw drop? Felt that rawness and exposure when someone captures in a poem what was once secret, hidden within your soul? Here we dig deep and unafraid. We find our inspiration in unexpected places and unearth that strange magic within.

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