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***Media Bytes "Top Professional Podcast" Award Winner! Everyone has a story. What's yours? Join radio host,author and creativity coach Amy Beth Arkawy for compelling conversations with noted & emerging voices in the arts & pop culture. Listeners are invited to call in & add to the mix of cultural commentary & inspirational advice on the show Media Bytes has dubbed, "an empowering, entertaining tour de force."

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Amy Beth takes last year's leftovers out of the deep freeze. And the cornucopia of tunes is even more delicious the second time around. Enjoy a scrumptious feast with tunes from Van Morrison, the Carole King-Gerry Goffin songbook,... more

Amy Beth revisits her conversation with fellow mystery author Nanci Rathbun. The second novel in her Angela Bonaparte Mystery series, Cash Kills,(recently released from Cozy Cat Press), picks up where Truth Kills left off. Nanci... more

Amy Beth serves a delicious Thanksgiving feast of music, humor and inspiration. Listener requests and dedications are featured in the musical cornucopia. Tweet during show @abwrites #GratefulBounty

Amy Beth welcomes back fan favorite investigator and crime writer Patrick Moore, founder of the popular All Things Crime blog. From Ferguson to Arias, Pistorious to The Reality TV stars behind bars, the two justice junkies explore... more

"Crow leads you through a labyrinth of her own brand of Southern Gothic writing that's as real as the day is long". —Lucinda Williams Amy Beth is delighted to welcome multi-talented artist Crow Johnson Evans for a... more

Amy Beth welcomes David E. Weischadle, author of 228, a novel, inspired, in part by his experiences as an officer in the Vietnam War. Dr. Weischadle, a professor emeritus at Montclair State University in New Jersey, is also prresident of DW... more

Amy Beth welcomes bestselling author David Laskin. Regarded as a master of narrative nonfiction, in his latest book, The Family he traces the roots of his own family- uncovering spirited and brilliant entrepreneurs who started the famous... more

Amy Beth welcomes filmmaker Altuwan Nelson, producer and director of the powerful indie documentary The Alto Adjustment, and the film's star, Dainhen Butler. The film offers a candid portrait of Dainhen, a reformed ex-convict who... more

Join Amy Beth for the second annual Halloween Spooktacular! We delve into the archives playing as many of your seasonal requests as we can cram into our crypt. Play along with our unofficial, unscientific listener polls on favorite... more

Amy Beth welcomes James Hickman, author of The Mindful Son. A compelling memoir, the book provides an inside account of the world of mental health from the perspective of the patient, the healthcare provider, and the family member... more

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