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  • Red River Radio's No Limits with Barbara M. Hodges

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    Happy St. Patrick's Day.  I've recently discovered I was Irish. I'd always thought I was Swedish. I'll be paying closer attention to my holiday now.
     My guests for March are Susan Tuttle and Elaine Orr. 
    Elaine Neil Orr is a writer of fiction, memoir, and literary criticism. She was born in Nigeria; the American South is her second home. She writes richly about the natural world, complex human relationships, and spiritual longing. She has received awards from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the North Carolina Arts Council, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts.. In addition to her books, her short stories and memoirs have appeared in The Missouri Review, Image, Shenandoah, and Blackbird, among other places.
    Susan, a "slightly twisted" author, professional book editor, writing mentor and teacher, was born and raised in Buffalo, New York and began writing at the age of 10. In 2003 she picked up and drove across the country to California's Central Coast.
    Susan now lives on California's Central Coast with her very whiney imaginary cat and her (mostly unfinished) handmade quilts and her (mostly finished) hand knitted scarves. 
    Both of these ladies write mystery, but in very different styles.  Drop by and get to know them. I know I'm looking forward to my chat. 

  • A Team of Voices with Chuck & Sarah sharing poetry with out boundaries. 03/19/19

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    It's a delight and it's international! That can only mean one thing it is Chuck Wilder's birthday. Join her and all her international friends as she waxes poetic about her life lessons this year. To quote her exactly "It was the best of times and it was the worse of times" She'll play a montage of music that lines with the things you have learned. Love poetry, music, and celebration of a life being well live? This show very much is for you! Don't forget your party hat!

  • Moonshine Mage -- Write Stuff -- 3/19/2019

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    Can a Moonshiner save the Multiverse?
    A scoundrel with a heart of gold, Elijah Hatton wants revenge. Armed with a 12 gauge, an unpredictable flaming sword, and moonshine steeped in magic, he sets out to reclaim a kingdom. But will it be enough?
    Join me as I chat with John Stacey Worth and his new series. You can call in at 646-668-8485 and press 1 to be live on air. Or, download Stitcher on your mobile device. Follow us on iTunes. Or click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/11250627.

  • Rockin Poetry with Randall

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    Join Talented host Randall S on a journey of all things “Artistic”  problems with the poetry writing to you lyrics short stories pottery painting you name it This ones got it all! At LCN your family, so all are welcome and encouraged to join the fun and the learning and discussing what makes Randall Rock

  • Epiphany Radio Presents The Hurt Locker: Uplifting Our Men

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    Join me, Murder She Wrote and Stan The Man Phillips this Tuesday on Epiphany Radio as we bring you The Hurt Locker.  This week we will be talking about Uplifting Our Men.  So do what we always do and bring you poetic therapy and leave your pain at The Hurt Locker.  So get comfortable and take your socks off and enjoy the show,  Call us at 319-527-6300 and press 1 to join in on the conversation and as always listen until 11 pm on blogtalkradio.com 

  • Sapphire JBlue chats with Author Kandie Marie

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    If I Can't Love You 2: A Psycho Side Chick -A year has gone by and Eric has moved on with life. With a growing, successful business he believes all his troubles are behind him, but Dareen is lurking in the shadows. Not only that, she's using her new found playmates Tommy and Joe to her advantage, as she plans to destroy his family. ? Still madly in love with Eric, Dareen is out to kill anyone who threatens her happily ever after. Will her plan prevail or will she die fighting for a love that’s not hers?

  • Tuesdays Timepieces With M. K. Rock & Laurent...

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    Welcome to Tuesday's Timepieces with Mindy & Laurent
    Welcome fellow travelers, relax as we explore poetry through echoes of time’s corridors...
    Each week a different look at classical poets from different corners of the globe viewed through a contemporary lens.
    we will celebrate ink connections crossing eons honoring the vibrant pulse of classical influence thriving tradition coursing cadenced arterials of contemporary poetry, creativity in language arts.
    As Rumi wrote: "The time has come to turn your heart into a temple of fire, your essence is gold hidden in dust. To reveal splendor, you need to burn in the fire of love."
    Let us all burn together in our love of the written word-   Mindy and Laurent

  • CUTV News Radio Spotlights Author Renne’ Siewers

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    Kemah, TX - Renne’ Siewers is an exceptional artist, poet, sailor, seamstress, and top-notch author of fifteen books including the mystery aerospace series trilogy: AEROSPACE: The Last Payload, AEROSPACE: The Kings’ Payload, and AEROSPACE: The Rebirth Payload. Her other works include Moving On...”Next”, Sensuous Poems Through Time and the children’s series Nighty Night Sailboat.
    Renne’ began dabbling in writing when she was only in fourth grade, and as a young child, she was also intrigued by the aerospace industry. When she became an internal auditor for the Space Station Freedom, Space Shuttle, and International Space Station the idea for her aerospace industry trilogy books emerged. It took her nearly eight years to complete the book while she was working full time and pursuing her college degree, but she persevered determinedly. It was after retiring from the industry in 2010 she began writing her books on her boat where the solace and tranquility of the sea encouraged her creative juices and kept her stimulated.
    Renne’s children’s books The Nighty Night Sailboat educates and exemplifies life lessons for children to learn about sailing and has taught the lives of so many parents and children worldwide. Her last book Moving on…Next is a pivotal self- help book where she shares the true stories of twenty-six fearless women who made the decision to move on from toxic relationships resulting in happier healthier lives.
    “I wholeheartedly encourage all individuals that when you set goals always follow a well-organized plan,” says Renne’.
    Renne’ affirms the importance of following your passion and gifts you were bestowed with, and this will encourage you to move forward and never give up.

  • Wanda's Picks Radio Show

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    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay! 

  • Hellbender Radio Show: Interview with Author John Kachuba

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    On this episode of the Hellbender Radio Show, host Kyle Romines and cohost Joe Mills interview author John Kachuba about his book, DARK ENTRY.
    From John's bio:
    My most recent book is "Ghosthunting Ohio: On the Road Again," from Clerisy Press. I am the author of "Ghosthunting Ohio," "Ghosthunting Illinois," and "Ghosthunters," as well as three other books unrelated to the paranormal. I also have six e-books available on Kindle. They are: "Dark Entry" "Ghost Stories" "Women of the Way" "There Comes a Season: Stories of War and Peace - Volume 1" "There Comes a Season: Stories of War and Peace - Volume 2" "SHANTOK: A Murder Mystery" I teach Creative Writing at Ohio University and Antioch University Midwest and humor writing through the Gotham Writers Workshop. To learn more, and to see my author tour schedule, visit my Website at www.JohnKachuba.com

  • Big Blend Radio Authors Happy Hour Show

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    Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Magazines, for Big Blend Radio’s Authors Happy Hour Show. ON THIS EPISODE: - J. B. Jamison discusses his “Skwerdlock” children's series that encourages imagination and self-expression, and his Emily Graham adult mystery series that tackles danger as thrilling adventures continue. - Caroline Taylor discusses “Death in Delmarva.” An investigation leads Daphne Dunn to the Delmarva Peninsula and a woman so desperate to cover her crimes against undocumented workers that she will kill anyone in her way, including the girl who is quite possibly Daphne's mirror image, Charlie. - Sayde Scarlett discusses “Clouds and Earth”. Set in the near future, a war has changed the landscape of the United States, and veteran Sandy Attiyeh is either a hero or a war criminal, depending on who you ask.
    - Featured music is by Allison August, Peggy James, The Cravens. Thanks to JKS Communications for sponsoring this show!