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  • 01:06

    QLPORYT Presents Linette Rabsatt: Encore Poetry Interview and Reading

    in Poetry

    Episode Summary:
    This episode is an encore audio presentation of an interview with Lynette Rabsatt, a poet from the Virgin Islands who has been writing since 1996. Featuring over 200 pieces, Lynette's work aims to inspire and uplift through her blog and social media. The interview discusses the essence, importance, and themes of poetry, Lynette’s influences, and her journey from struggling in high school literature to becoming an established poet encouraged by Dr. Vincent Cooper. The episode includes Lynette sharing multiple poems, insights into her creative process, and her views on the role of poetry in highlighting social issues. Lynette also talks about her aspirations, her blog, and the impact of online poetry readings amidst the pandemic.
    For additional information, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/photo/?fbid=10231774469801483&set=gm.7875321479153477&idorvanity=2574804195871925

  • 01:55

    GENERATIONS LAUNCH PARTY with authors Suzette Harrison and Suzette Riddick

    in Books

    Generations features ten novellas grouped in five sets of two books each. Each set offers one historical fiction novella and one contemporary women’s literature novella. The historical and contemporary heroines from each set are directly interconnected. Generations is a celebration of our culture (past and present), sisterhood, and the power and strength of Black women.
    Forever Beautiful by Suzette Harrison. Read more: https://sdhbooks.com/products/copy-of-forever-beautiful
    Wandering Beauty: Generations Series - Book 2 by Suzette Riddick. Learn more: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0CZJBZBPB
    Generations (2 book series) by Suzette Harrison and Suzette Riddick. Download on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0D2JWFLF8

  • 02:58


    in Poetry

    Show time: 5:00pm West coast - 8:00pm East coast
    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, Christopher M Ryan, Debbie Philly, Michael Quigg, Jason Tucker

  • 00:39

    The Distance Between Right And Wrong--Discussion with Kenneth Brydon

    in Writing

    We welcome, Kenneth Brydon as our special guest. He will discuss his Prison Short Story Anthology, 'The Distance Between Right And Wrong'.

  • 02:02

    After Midnight with Rex and Pam...

    in Poetry

    Stop in After Midnight, We at L-N-P's After Midnight invite you to- dine on the words, voices of those giants; those ministers to the maelstrom brewing third eye bright, screamt from that reality, billowing, with their breaths. You've suckled with Bukowski, published obscene odes with Ginsberg, went on the Road with Kerouac and broke on through the other side with Morrison. Come .... walk past the edge of Midnight, open those doors wide and step through that portal. And as your eyes see, then the mind becomes a playground, a vast universe,  Unique. Free, of the constraints born in preconceived theories, where your voice, will be uncloaked, Heard.

  • 01:29

    The Kerri Edelman Show Presents New Yorker Cartoonist & Author David Sipress

    in Art

    David Sipress graduated from Williams College and went on to a master’s program in Russian History at Harvard before leaving to pursue a career as a cartoonist. His first cartoon appeared in The New Yorker in 1998. Since then, he has published over seven hundred cartoons in the magazine. During the presidential election in 2012, he became the first Daily Cartoonist on the New Yorker website, and his topical cartoons have continued to appear on newyorker.com ever since. His cartoons have been published in the Boston Phoenix, Time, Parade, Playboy, Funny Times, the Washington Post, Harper’s, and numerous other publications. He has published eight collections of his cartoons. He was the 2016 winner of the National Cartoonists Society’s Reuben Award for Gag Cartooning. He has lectured widely about the art of cartooning, including at Williams College, the Yale Art Museum, and even on the Queen Mary II as the “Cartoonist at Sea”. David’s personal history essays have appeared often on newyorker.com; they range from an appreciation of the great Italian chef, Marcella Hazan, to the story of David’s family’s experience of the Kennedy assassination. David has been widely interviewed about his cartoons and his writing, including on ‘Sixty Minutes’ and ‘Fresh Air with Terry Gross.’ His memoir, WHAT’S SO FUNNY?, was published in 2022. The New York Times called it, “An endearingly vulnerable tale of being molded by one’s family of origin, then crawling out from under its suffocating weight.” A lifetime New Yorker, David lives in Brooklyn with his wife Ginny Shubert, an attorney and activist who works on issues of housing and health.

  • 00:57

    Welcome Amy joy hess

    in Books

    A powerful true story she interviewed Tim Remington and you won't believe what happened to him. A story of hope you won't forget. If you believe in God and miracles this interview will inspire you even more.

  • 01:02

    A Team of Voices presents Open Poetry with AP Taylor

    in Poetry

    Welcome to A Team of Voices radio... 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...
    We offer open microphone's so you  can share your voice with us...
    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...

  • 01:02

    Don’t Ask, Don’t Follow

    in Books

    Award winning mystery books author, Mary Keliikoa, will appear on Off The Shelf #Books #podcast, joining a list of distinguished mystery writers who have interviewed on the show. Mary is the author of the mystery book, “Hidden Pieces”, the first book in the Misty Pines series. Other page turning books in the series include “Deadly Tides” and “Don’t Ask, Don’t Follow”. Mystery novel lovers, if you think you know everything about your favorite mystery novel, think again.
    During Mary's Off The Shelf Books special appearance, Denise Turney, the podcast host, will dig into why Mary started writing mysteries, including why she sat down and wrote Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Wonder why you can't turn away from a good mystery book series? Tune in and you just might find out! 
    Book lovers who tune into Off The Shelf Books can also get their questions answered LIVE on air! While this show airs, don't be surprised if you learn more about your favorite book characters, the types of facts and insights that strengthen your connection to the characters. 
    ABOUT MARY KELIIKOA: Mary is the author of the mystery book, “Hidden Pieces”, “Deadly Tides” and “Don’t Ask, Don’t Follow”. Earlier in her career, Mary worked as a legal secretary. Mary’s work has either been nominated for or won numerous book awards, including the Hamus and Lefty and Agatha and Anthony award.  Not only does Mary write mysteries, she loves legal thrillers, especially digging into what makes a person tick.
    Tune in Saturday, May 25, 2024 at 11am/EST (New York City time)
    Listener dial-in number: (347) 994-3490
    Tell your family, friends, neighbors, colleagues and book lovers everywhere to catch Mary on Off The Shelf Books! See you Saturday!

  • 02:08

    Epiphany Radio Universe Presents Flyspeak Open MIC: Jonee Jasper, Chiina & Evin

    in Poetry

    Hidden Radio Show: FLYSPEAK OPEN MIC The Hidden Radio Show Podcast is Dedicated to  bringing you the best in The Unheard, Unheard, Uknown, POETS, EMCEES, PERFORMERS will have their  Voices Heard Here. This Month's Features:  Jonee Jasper, Chiina Bloodmire and Poetically Imperfect
    Ms. Jasper is a Poet and Spoken Word Artist  Origianlly from. philly but now resides. In North Carolina, She is Co-Founder if the  The Female Poet Collective Experience, Thee Insight. Ms. Jasper Wears Many Hats in this. Creative Field. as event Curator. Mentor, Host, Performer, Educator and More.. Her First  Book of Poetry is. Set to be availble in the Fall of 2024.
    Chiina, with 2 Eyes... The better to see you with.Bloodmire, like Vampire, a hybrid witch. She's a Queens born wordsmith,Thrivin in gritty life; mixed with magical shit.Her Voice is Urban and graffiti... a lil deep Storytellin' with the rhythm of city streets....
    I go by poetically imperfect. I embody my stage name as i use my darkness in poetic prose to help bring light to other people's lives. It's my super power. I'm made of the same steal that used to bind me, repurposed into a foundation and armor. My past struggles don't define me, rather, the lessons I took from them that evoked growth does. God first, always. I'm a recovering alcoholic, 2 years sober, mental health advocate, brother, son, estranged father, I'm human.
    Poetry and Spoken Word Open Mic 9pm est 8pm cst 6pm Pst call in 319-527-6300 press 1 to be Heard  or Stream in www.Blogtalkradio.com/eyecpeople

  • 00:30

    Close Up Radio Spotlights Author Isabel Campoy

    in Books

    San Rafael, CA / Bradenton, FL – “Isabel Campoy is a bilingual author of children’s books and educational texts. Having written over two hundred books, published in English or Spanish.
    Maybe Something Beautiful, and its Spanish-language version, Quizás Algo Hermoso, co-authored with Theresa Howell, and illustrated by Rafael López, the real character of this book, is based on the true story of the Urban Art Trail in San Diego.
    Yes! We are Latinos, and its Spanish-language version, ¡Sí! Somos Latinos, co-authored with Alma Flor Ada, focuses on thirteen young Latinos and Latinas living in the United States.
    Authors in the Classroom: A Transformative Education Process, another notable book co-authored by Alma Flor Ada, provides a resource for teachers wanting to teach their students how to write.
    La Expedición de la Vacuna, published in January of 2024, tells the story of how the vaccine for smallpox arrived to the Americas in an expedition of courage and faith, helped by 22 orphan children and their matron. Their lives saved millions in the American continent.
    Isabel plans to release two notable books in the upcoming months. The first book titled Celebrate Juneteenth, which will be released in 2024, invites the reader to learn about the recently enacted national holiday, and its importance on freedom and race in America. Another book that Isabel has written, titled Books on Bikes, will be released in 2025.
    “Have faith in the power of your voice,” concludes Isabel.
    For more information, please visit https://www.isabelcampoy.com/