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Author2Author with Cassandra Khaw
Bill welcomes fantasy and science fiction author Cassandra Khaw to the show. Cassandra is an award-winning game writer and former scriptwriter at Ubisoft Montreal. Khaw's work can be found in places like The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Lightspeed, and Tor.com. Khaw’s first original novella, Hammers on Bone, was a British Fantasy Award and Locus Award finalist, and their novella, Nothing But Blackened Teeth, was a USA Today bestseller, Bram Stoker Award nominee, and Indie Next Pick. The Salt Grows Heavy is their latest novel.
Quintessential Listening: Poetry Online Radio Presents Regina YC Garcia
Regina YC Garcia is a Poet, Language Artist, and English Professor from Greenville, NC. A graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill (BA) and East Carolina University (MAEd) with a Graduate Certificate in Multicultural and Transnational Literature, her work has appeared in a variety of journals,reviews,and anthologies, to include The AutoEthnographer, the South Florida Poetry Journal, Up the Staircase Quarterly, New Note Poetry, The Amistad, The Main Street Rag, The Book of Black, Black and…, and numerous others. Her work has also been featured in a Mid-South Emmy Award winning episode of PBS' Muse featuring "The Black Light Project" (UNC TV), as well as the Sacred Nine Project of Tulane University. She is the author of The Firetalker's Daughter published by Finishing Line Press in March 2023.
Firetalker's Daughter https://a.co/d/9SoA1E9
The Prescription of Words -- Write Stuff -- 5/2/2023
Writers have been given a wonderful gift to create and tell stories that can uplift the soul, encourage the spirit, and inspire the imagination. Some may even consider writers as warriors of ink. But what if we're the doctors -- providing a prescription? It was this idea that brought me to invite author and editor M. A. Malcom onto the show today as we discuss the profound idea that our words can be healing to ourselves and to others. The question is, are you holding back on the prescription? Listen in to the conversation at 646-668-8485. Follow PJC Media on podcast platforms. Or, click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/12223202.
Voice of Indie Episode 144
Welcome to Voice of Indie, a production of Fresh Ink Group. Your hosts are Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez. This week we welcome author Robert McKenzie.
Along Came A Writer with Author Mary Hamilton with your host Linda Kozar
Mary L. Hamilton began writing for publication when her children were young. She sold articles to Christian magazines and later wrote a play for her church’s women’s ministry outreach. That play sparked her passion for fiction even as it humbled her to see it performed. She says, “I gave them words in black and white and they put skin and clothes on those words. They brought black and white to life in Technicolor.”
By that time, her three children had quit taking naps and she couldn’t find a regular time to write when she wasn’t falling asleep. She gave up writing until her youngest was in school and then concentrated on writing fiction.
Her first novels drew from her experience growing up at a Christian youth camp. The Rustic Knoll Bible Camp series for young teens tells the stories of three hurting teens who bring their “baggage” to camp and find that Jesus can lift their burdens.
Since then Mary has written novels of mystery and suspense and plans to write more general stories for women.
She has lived in Texas most of her adult life, and when she’s not writing, she enjoys knitting, playing with her dog, and a little phone photography. Look for her on Instagram or Facebook
She loves hearing from readers so feel free to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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
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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
A Team of Voices with Deborahlee and Hatter featuring the poet JCA 5/1/23
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...
THE POWER OF THREE
Verna Thomas-Melton, founder and director of Verna’s H.E.L.P. Foundation and a Fort Worth native, writes her first book to tell her story, "My Power in Three." An Authentic Spiritual Autobiography, which tells the story of a black woman who assisted with Dallas' 1st Homeless Shelter, which is today the Austin Street Shelter; changed the entire DISD-Special Education program throughout the State of Texas; and assisted with the documentation and implementation of the First Food Bank for North Texas, appointed by two Presidents of the United States.
Mentored by so many of Dallas' civic leaders and community giants. Revealing and describing how individual aspects of identity, such as race and class, don't receive wide recognition and how these aspects must be discussed when discussing how they are identified and treated by others.
The book Forward is written by Allen R. Sullivan, Ph.D., Emeritus, Assistant Superintendent, Office of Student Development and Advocacy Services, Dallas Independent School District, and
Marylyn R. Harris, RN, MSN, MBA, President, Harris Healthcare Consulting, LLC; Founder and Executive Director, Women Veterans Business Center • 2013 Houston and US SBA "Veteran Business Champion of the Year" • 2013 President Obama's White House "Champion of Change.
Former PBS Employee Talks About His Book Painful Joy
Join Max Friedman, a former PBS employee and a former publicist for Bill Moyers Journal, this Saturday, May 13, 2023! Max sits down with Off The Shelf Books' host, Denise Turney, to discuss his book "Painful Joy". The book is based in-part, on his parents, Polish Holocaust survivors who lost everyone in their families during the war, survived the camps and then met and married in Sweden. As is his personality, Max's writing is engaging, insightful and entertaining.
Prior to writing "Painful Joy", Max authored two memoirs: one of Charles A. Heimbold, Jr., a retired pharmaceutical company CEO ("A Life Lived Full," 2015) and the other of his wife, Monika Heimbold, a retired clinical social worker and a co-founder with Queen Silvia of Sweden of the World Childhood Foundation that focuses on child trafficking and exploitation ("Designing a Life," 2016).
Listeners who tune into the May 13 show may get the chance to ask Max a question LIVE on air! All listeners can walk away with a new sense of awareness, an inside view into what makes romantic love endure life's hardest challenges and more!
Tune in Saturday, May 13, 2023 at 11am/EST (New York City time)! Pass the word!
Listener dial-in number: (347) 994-3490
See you there!
Delving the Depths of Darkness with Arcana Amour and Stellina
Join us Delving the Depths of Darkness and embrace your dark side. Let us take you by the hand and lead you through the sombre shadows of twilight hours, where nothing is as it seems and will ever seem the same thereafter. We welcome all connoisseurs of deep poetry in a gothic vein....where we'll be waiting for you inside the darkness! https://allpoetry.com/Arcana_Amour https://allpoetry.com/Stellina
Crown Holders Conversation: Lauren Wilson discusses Afro-Bougie Blues
Afro-Bougie Blues: A Collection of Short Fiction by Lauren Wilson
Step into the world of Afro-Bougie Blues and walk in the shoes of different protagonists as they struggle to move through the world. Ordinary black women and men develop tenacity when they have to deal with the reality of their choices.
Alexis finally finds love after seventeen years of a lonely existence, but life throws a curveball. Watch as she overcomes the challenge despite her past still looming over her head.
Walk with Rodney, a gulf war veteran who tries to drown the war memories with alcohol. See Bessie, overweight & stuck in life, make a decision that sets her on a journey that transforms her life in ways she never imagined.
Thirteen-year-old Aisha wants answers to her complicated question about love. And this sets her father on the task of reflecting on what the word "love" really means. Listen to Lenore & her sisters recount stories from their father’s life after he succumbs to cancer. From depression, abortion, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), spousal abuse,& extramarital affairs to colorism. Each short story takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions.
Afro-Bougie Blues is about characters with stories that are relatable because it captures struggles people deal with in everyday life. The author’s captivating prose and incredible storytelling will plunge the reader into fascinating worlds and challenge them to take on new perspectives that inspire, move & entertain. Lauren's website: afrobougieblues.com
Nancy Rhodes Tells "Mary's Story" on the Sunbury Press Books Show
Nancy Rhodes has served the Arts as an administrator, director, educator and writer. The founding director of Encompass New Opera Theatre, she has staged plays, musicals and operas across the US, Europe and Asia, with performances that include the world premiere of "Tartuffe" for San Francisco Opera, and Virgil Thomson's "Lord Byron" at Alice Tully Hall. Rhodes has also served as Vice President/US Delegate to the International Theatre Institute, and taught Acting for Singer at Manhattan School of Music.
A trip to Ephesus led today's guest on the Sunbury Press Books Show into a metaphysical experience: the mother of Jesus is said to have lived in what is now Turkey after her son's death. While visiting Mary's home, Rhodes was asked by Mary to tell her story.
Over a ten-year period, Mary told Rhodes her own story, of a lonely childhood, violence against her at the hands of her father, Joseph's devotion and how he saved his family. This interview with Lawrence Knorr discusses Rhodes' ongoing career, and the experience and process that led to the telling of "Mary's Story."
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