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Welcome to our little neck of the woods we like to call poetic slice of life. Here in our mom and pop shop we like to offer shows that focuses on the cultural slice of life such as the arts, music, entertainment and literary greats that have shaped our todays in ways that will never be forgotten. The common thread here is communication and understanding. The theme for this show every week is to bring great meaning.
QLPOR Presents "Collective Voices" Now and Then - 25 Years Since London
The Washington, DC-based ensemble of poets known for its messages of inspiration, empowerment, and social consciousness has performed locally and abroad. Collective Voices' international debut was in London, England, in 1998. Founded in 1995, the group’s current members include Sylvia Dianne "Ladi Di" Beverly, Andre "Brenardo" Taylor, and the group’s founder, J. Joy "Sistah Joy" Matthews Alford, who was appointed as Poet Laureate of Prince George’s County, MD, in 2018. In addition to performing their original poetry, the group presents poetry workshops and coordinates arts-oriented activities throughout the Washington Metropolitan region. Of note, the group presented an annual arts-based tribute, Poetry Extravaganza, for 20 years, honoring the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The event was presented annually at the downtown Washington, DC-based Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library, which was attended by hundreds each year. Collective Voices has self-published 2 chapbooks, Poetry and Prose For A New Millennium (2000) and Experience, Expression, Expansion (1996), and its members have published 6 individual books of poetry. Collective Voices' poetry has also appeared in numerous anthologies. The group and individual members of the group have received numerous awards and recognitions for artistic excellence, community service, and literary activism, including the 2002 Poet Laureate Special Award from the DCCAH for "outstanding contributions to the art of poetry in Washington, DC." With its debut performance at a women's shelter, Collective Voices has continued its socially-relevant presentations at numerous churches, schools, galleries, youth and senior support facilities and organizations, and at various regional, national, and international conferences and conventions. To Book, contact Sistah Joy at P. O. Box 2073, Clinton, MD 20735, or Poetsistahjoy@aol.com.
Author2Author with Charlotte Maya
Bill welcomes debut memoirist Charlotte Maya to the show. Charlotte was born and raised in California. She received her B.A. from Rice University in Houston, Texas, and her law degree from UCLA. She practiced Trust and Estate Planning law until deciding to raise a family. Widowed at 39 when her children were six and eight as a result of her husband’s suicide, Maya writes about suicide loss, resilience and hope on her blog, charlotte-maya.com. Charlotte’s writing explores the intersections of grief, parenting and self-care, particularly within the context of suicide. Her work has been highlighted in Hippocampus Magazine and on The Mighty, and she has been featured on the A2A Alliance and the Your Next Chapter podcast with Angela Raspass. Charlotte Maya’s debut novel “Sushi Tuesdays: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Family Resilience” will be published on February 28, and is available for pre-order now.
Writing and Short Films - Do you really have a choice?
You are invited to join author and filmmaker, Desire Cooper, as she sits down with author Denise Turney on Off The Shelf Books podcast on Saturday, March 18, 2023 at 11am/EST (New York City time). During her feature interview, Desire Cooper will discuss how she got started in writing, the makings of a short film and her books "Nothing Special" and "Know The Mother". Tune in live by dialing (347) 994-3490 or catch the show LIVE right here in the chat room!
Turney is effective at probing into the whys and hows of the makings of a page-turner. Off The Shelf Books podcast offers ongoing opportunities to learn more about the writing profession, how to market and sell books and the process of creating a successful film. A broad range of authors and other creative artists in the storytelling field have interviewed on Off The Shelf Books, including New York Times bestselling authors.
See you Saturday!
Listener dial-in number: (347) 994-3490
The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW INSPIRE AND BE INSPIRED!
The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE!~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW
INSPIRE AND BE INSPIRED!
Show time: 5:00pm West coast - 8:00pm East coast
REMEMBER TO CALL IN EARLY!!
The call in number is 646-595-3965
Info: You do not have to be logged in to listen to the show, but you do to join in the Poet's chat-room. It's a good way to network with other writers and they have such fun! You can read one to two pieces, just keep it around the 5-minute mark! Remember we have a Mature rating, meaning anything goes with the exception of explicit sexual content.
Love from the SpeakEasy Family...
Nyla Alisia, Debbie Philly, Michael Quigg, Jason Tucker, Christopher M Ryan
Welcome To The Couch With Children's Author Talona Coleman
Join Talona Coleman on Thursday, March 16, @ 6:00 PM to learn about Heaven Sent Child Care and the services that they offer. Talona is also a published author and we will be discussing her new book that teaches children about acceptance, I Am Important. The Dial-in number is 657-383-1206
I Am Important was written to empower, inspire, encourage, and to offer hope to children of all ages. It resonates with the message of the importance of acceptance of self as well as others. We each were created differently; which makes us unique and important! God has perfectly designed each of us with purpose and illuminates beauty and creativity within all. We are fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139:13-14). It is a reminder to all children that they can do anything, and become whoever they want to be (Philippians 4:13). This book teaches that as we learn to love ourselves, we can willingly express and show love, empathy, and compassion to others in spite of our differences. It also conveys that when we accept one another; we have made the choice to demonstrate love; and Jesus Christ is glorified! This is a vivid reminder that Jesus will always love us because he is the Creator of us and our diversity!
Ls Cosa Nostra Radio Public Poetry w Razz & Boo
Best Poetry Podcast La Cosa Nostra Radio, here, your family...
Welcome to La Cosa Nostra Radio, here you're family, we are a diverse artistic community, filled with inspiration, and we respect your individuality...
Here, a variety of poets from around the world come together to share our love of verse...stop by and read your poetic masterpiece live on the air with us!
Our group is also very active on the site allpoetry. There, you can participate in chats interactively, post your work so others can read along, comment, and get feedback on your work ..We offer input into each piece and your welcome to call in anytime. The group is lead by Poets Mrslilboo, Razz,Raconteur, Atom,Randall S, Liquiddamage, Sinister Spital, Konreg, and Francine. They lead a panel of poets to discuss poetry, and critique each other's work, as well as do live readings..
Come join the fun all are welcome
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Garden of Enlightenment ... Luyu Wild Dove
"Poetry IS When an Emotion has Found its Thought and the Thought HAS Found Words"... Robert Frost Poetry has its own individual voice in each of us. It is the lyrics of our experiences that form and shed enlightenment in who we are. Each poem paints what is, what is missing and the desires that burn inside each of us that we crave. They are the door we open in our soul's closet taking out our hidden treasures, exposing them to the world. Trinkets, jewels of emotions of different textures, colors and strengths we place before you in poetry.
Michigan Avenue Media - All about Writing
Please join Marsha Casper Cook and her guest best selling author Dick Belsky on February 28th at 11AM EST 10AM CST 9AM MT 8AM PST for an interesting off-the-cuff discussion about his career, movies and more. Listen in for some fun and an up-to-date discussion about how books and screenplays have changed over the years.
FOR MORE INFO ON Dick Belsky
A Team of Voices with Deborahlee and Hatter featuring Waynejent 2/27/23
Welcome to A Team of Voices radio...
We are sponsored by the AP Taylor Poetry Foundation...
Our group is filled with Love and Respect... We're all so happy to see you here... We are poets from all over the globe and offer a variety of programming for your entertainment...
There is something different going on with us every single night of the week... You never know what we might have up our sleeve...
We have games... slams... talk shows... magic tricks... contests and special events with poetic topics from a - z...
and YOU are invited to join us for all the fun. - just click on to listen to the live show or to hear any prerecorded episode and you can also call up to participate...
You can find our hosts and hostesses writing over at All Poetry.com and hanging out in the A Team of Voices radio group chat room on All Poetry.com... We push love and respect! - Stop in and check us out...
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Brown Posey Press Special: The Authors & Friends of Cleveland Concoction
Conventions, large and small bring together creatives and fans like nothing else. Returning to Aurora, Ohio after a two-year absence due to the pandemic, Cleveland Concoction, aka CleCon, assembled authors, creators, cosplayers, gamers, and performers that crossed all boundaries and provided three days of entertainment, education, and fun.
BPP Show host Tory Gates made his second appearance at CleCon, and while promoting his books, including all three volumes of the Sweet Dreams Series, was able to speak with many of his fellows about their work, their influences and inspirations, and just why they do it.
These brief, shoot-style interviews include former guests such as Olivia Berrier, Jason Lady and Marcus Cook. We also hear from Vik K. Walker, Weston Kincade, Marcus Calvert, and musical guests Camille and Kennerly, also known as The Harp Twins.
The purpose of this program is to take you inside the convention, give you an idea of the activity, and also show that no matter what an artist practices, the ways and means are different for each person. We hope you will find a new friend to read or listen to through this program, and as we all hope, you come along on our journey.
Check out www.clevelandconcoction.org for updates, and what's coming in 2024!
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