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  • 00:31

    Gerry Orz talks about Lucky or Not Here I Come

    in Books

    Gerry Orz is an award winning actor, director, producer, youth activist, and author of the book Lucky or Not, Here I come, released this month.  He drops by to read from Lucky or Not Here I Come and to discuss his inspiration for the book, some of the key themes, why he decided to broaden his already extensive list of accomplishments to include 'novelist', his characters and their relationships, the concept of lucky, about his writing process, the critical support of his family and school, about the changing landscape for young people, about bullying and why schools need to do more, his wish list, and lots more.  
    You can find out more about Gerry's work at his website: https://www.gerryorz.com/
    His production company: https://www.flyingeagleproductions.com
    and his YouTube Channel World According to G: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQOJ3FO_6Lpfy6wXwpXA18g

  • 01:12

    Cinema in Noir -Q&A with Gina Prince- Bythewood

    in Film

    The June edition of Cinema in Noir. Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest in Hollywood. Today we will chat about the upcoming Wonder Woman film and it's impact on Hollywood. We will also discuss the Fox series Shots Fired with creator Gina Prince-Bythewood.  We will also discuss our favorite projects from her career.

  • 00:37

    Book of the Week

    in Books

    This is the show that is open for you. Bring yoru favorite book, tell us about your reason for writing or reading, or just tell us what is on your mind. I will be reading to you what is on my mind, and giving you the opportunity to join the discussion.

  • 00:24

    Finding Your Narrative Voice: Writing Your Memoir with Zoe Zolbrod

    in Writing

    Finding Your Narrative voice with Zoe Zolbrod and Crystal-Lee Quibell discusses how to find your unique voice as a writer, the difference between writing fiction and memoir and what she’s learned as both a writer and editor for, The Rumpus.
    Zoe Zolbrod is the author of the memoir The Telling and the novel Currency. Her essays have appeared in Salon, Stir Journal, The Weeklings, The Manifest Station, The Nervous Breakdown, and The Rumpus, where she is currently the Sunday co-editor.
    Crystal-Lee Quibell is the host of Literary Speaking, a weekly podcast dedicated to helping writers learn from best-selling authors, literary agents, and publishers. Founder of The Magical Writers Group, a private teaching forum for writers specifically focused on memoir. She is a champion for the written word, student of publishing and an obsessive book collector with a serious case of wanderlust. A self-described mermaid and witchy woman for life, she believes that life is better with books, chocolate, and the occasional cheese board. Her upcoming essay is to be featured in the forthcoming book, The Magic Of Memoir: Inspiration for the Writer's Journey. 

  • 02:01

    RRR Tales from the Pages Welcomes Judy Alter and Gary Gregory

    in Books

    Tune in on Thursday, September 28, 2017, when host Barbara Ehrentreu welcomes Gary Gregory, poet and editor, and Judy Alter, who is a returning guest author. Judy will be talking about her new book, The Color of Fear and Gary will be discussing his work editing the anthology, Breathing Words: A Year of Writing Together, he did with several other poets. Besides Gary, it is hoped many of the poets who are in the anthology will call into the show. As always, there might be some surprise guests and the host invites everyone to the chat room where you can talk directly with guests and with the host. You won't want to miss this
    Also, as in past shows, you never know what might happen! .

  • 01:22

    Talking Pictures: Ep. #250 Film Director Quincy Rose

    in Film

    Host Paul Booth will interview Film wrtier-producer-director Quincy Rose. The episode will be an artist profile, discussing life, art and many topics (including Quincy's family legacy to Film History). Quincy's Father was the late-Film and T.V. write Mickey Rose who wrote numerous films and T.V. shows..The interview will be Quincy discussing his process, some of his life experiences and the making of his two films as a director MILES TO GO and FRIENDS EFFING FRIENDS EFFING FRIENDS (both available for FREE on Amazon Prime). 
    We also be joined by another indie-gem of a Film Director Rainy Kerwin (The Wedding Invitation). This episode is a new format, So share with your friends and be ready for FILM TALK!

  • 00:32

    The Haunting World of Bram Stoker on a BMW Motorcycle

    in Art

     When you hear the word “Transylvania,” what do you think about? Do you envision creaking doors, helpless maidens, howling wolves and flapping bats, caped noblemen with vicious fangs, thunder and lightning booming down on a desolate castle? Do you envision werewolves? Vampires? Bram Stoker? Dracula? Bela Lugois? Vlad the Impaler?
    The real Transylvania is a daylight fantasy filled with high altitude roads, lost-in-time villages and sun-drenched plains dotted with ancient churches and castle ruins.
    And, thanks to Claudia Palfi and Adventure Motorcycle Tours you can experience Transylvania and other unique destinations on the back of a BMW.
    Visit the Adventure Motorcycle Tours website
    Follow Adventure Motorcycle Tours on Facebook
    We'll also take an online road trip to Baltimore, Maryland to talk with George Kavourakis, owner of the Broadway Diner
    Be sure to visit Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website

  • 00:57

    Demystifying Art

    in Art

    This episode features guest David Humphrey, the Executive Director for the Oregon Center for the Arts at SOU, Southern Oregon University. They talk about the Fringe Festival, the changes at SOU, demystifying art and the belief that art is for everyone. Enjoy! Music by the Rogue Suspects, Alena Chubert and Lauren Shera. Art on the Airwaves with Cammy Davis is a show produced out of Ashland, Oregon and syndicated via the Luxe Beat Radio Network. Cammy is a mixed media artist. www.cammydavis.com

  • 01:43

    Live Call In Show – Ep 16 : Carrie Forever ALL OTHER EPS ARE ON OUR iTUNES FEED

    in Film

    Live Call In Show – Ep 16 : Carrie Forever ALL OTHER EPISODES ARE ON OUR iTUNES FEED

  • 00:32

    Episode 1: You Want to Make a Show About Writers?

    in Performing Arts

    In this first episode, an unorthodox young visionary named Theo flies to LA to meet with a difficult producer and pitch his show. Back in New York City he searches for investors and is ready to give up when he stumbles across a highly unlikely benefactress in the form of a famous monkey movie star, Crystal, who loves books. We’re also introduced to Theo’s younger brother, Milo, a brilliant engineering major months away from graduating college. Theo and his best friend, Clive, hit the road to meet the first four writers they’ve chosen to be on the show. The first stop is West Virginia to meet Byll Graham, a retired coal miner and Vietnam veteran. EPISODE 2 GOES LIVE MAY 9 – SUBSCRIBE NOW.

  • 01:01

    Debut Leonila's Writes of Passage

    in Poetry

    WELCOME TO "LEONILA'S WRITES OF PASSAGE" The flagship program of the newest edition to the BJCS Network. PRESENTED BY Some'n Unique Magazine, LLC - GREETING - *Host Leonila Barnes Welcome to the debut episode of "Leonila's Writes of Passage," where I discuss all aspects of writings and self published authors. - THIS WEEK'S SHOW - * Getting to know Lee. - DISCUSSIONS - * Poetry and more. - WE'LL LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU! -  Call The Studio ~ 657-383-0497 - OUR SPONSORS - - The Hangin' With Web Show - God Son Publishing - Munch Wagon Catering - The Book House - RadioCrown / Crucial Cuts Radio - SCHEDULE YOUR INTERVIEW -  Some'n Unique Magazine, LLC  St. Louis, MO Office: 314-441-1021 Email: uniqueonlinemag@yahoo.com ~ We Appreciate Your Business! ~ FOLLOW US ON YOUTUBE

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