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Author Linda Kozar interviews fellow mystery, suspense, and thriller authors, and the stories behind their twisted tales. Book giveaways. Call-ins and Chat Room questions welcome.
My guest today is author Rachael O. Phillips. Website: http://rachaelophillips.com ?
Rachael O. Phillips, a church music director, began her unplanned writing career during midlife when the church secretary demanded newsletter articles at gunpoint. At Bethel College, Mishawaka, Indiana, she obtained degrees in Professional Writing and English. There, she made connections that resulted in her first biography, Frederick Douglass, followed by three others. A 2007 American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) Genesis winner and 2012 finalist for an ACFW Carol Award, Rachael has written six novels and recently signed contracts for four cozy mysteries. She also has coauthored a reference guide, Women of the Bible,and three novella collections. An Erma Bombeck Global Award winner, she enjoys writing humor and has published more than 700 articles, newspaper columns, devotions, and stories for newspapers, magazines and various collections. She enjoys speaking to diverse audiences, sharing laughs and inspiration. She and Steve, her high school sweetheart and husband of 40 years, live in Indiana, where he serves as a family doctor and also as an adjunct professor at Taylor University. Their three grown children and six perfect grandchildren all live in Indiana and Michigan.
Rhonda Brinkmann writes both fiction and nonfiction. She authors and publishes an e-series titled Speed Rede: Tips to a Fuller Life and has written articles for a variety of online and printed publications. She owns a freelance writing and editing business called Wordsmiths4u where she works in collaboration with authors, other writers and editors, and subject matter experts to develop content and polish written materials. She particularly enjoys working with academic manuscripts, start-up businesses, and fledgling authors. Rhonda’s background includes more than ten years of technical editing experience, nonfiction and educational writing, and publication in national, regional, and local publications. Under the pen name Rosalee Richland, she writes the Darla King Mystery Series with coauthor Cyndi Riccio, and she is finishing up the first novel in a new series which should debut in 2017.
It's that time of year again! Dellani and Christina welcome Kemberlee Shortland of Tirgearr Publishing for their fantastic Birthday Bash! Also on the show, three of Tirgearr's Authors: Susan Clayton-Goldner, Jenne Marsland and Maya Tyler. Tune in for fun, laughs and a special birthday bash offer from Tirgearr!
Susan Clayton-Golder is author of A Bend in the Willow.
Jenne Marsland is author of Where the Heart Is and To Capture the Sky.
Maya Tyler is author of A Vampire's Tale
Kemberlee Shortland is publisher and author of The Carmel Charmers series, The Irish Pride Series, and many more.
We're looking forward to joining Tirgearr for another Happy Birthday!
Please join Marsha Casper Cook on Feb 22 at 4PM EST 3 PM CST 2PM MT 1 PM PST for a very special show about writing. This isn't about marketing, social media or politics- this is about writing and why authors need to write. Jack and Dennis are both highly educated wonderful writers who are constantly writing and putting out nothing but the best. They have learned their craft well and will be discussing how their lives have changed through writing and the importance of being the best you can be by telling a good story and making it work.
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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!
Today's guest is poet, author, event producer & proud Detroiter, Joel "Fluent" Greene. Green is the author of three books, Poems of Bungalow &Concrete, Waxing & Waning, and his latest book is "Somewhere in the Middle: Love Poems."
Joel Fluent Greene is a Detroit-based poet, author, & event curator and was the longest-running host of Detroit’s iconic, Cafe Mahogany poetry nights.
Greene has shared the stage with The Roots, Pharrell Williams, The Last Poets, Talib Kweli, Ledisi, Jessica Care Moore, Big Sean, Saul Williams, The Detroit Red Wings and many more. Greene has performed and emceed for corporations and institutions such as Fiat Chrysler, McDonald’s, Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Coca-Cola, Write A House, 100 Black Men of America, Inside-Out Detroit and The Nuyorican Poets Cafe. He has held workshops and performed in over 50 Metro Detroit schools for thousands of youth.
Greene produces the acclaimed stage series, A MAN CAN CHANGE at the Detroit Music Hall's Jazz Cafe, and the monthly event Mahogany @ The Museum held at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History in Detroit.
Check him out at www.joelfluentgreene.com.
Welcome back to Tiferet Talk. We start off the New Year with our new host, Gayle Brandeis! Please join us on February 22nd at 6:30pm EST. 5:30pm CST and 3:30pm PDT as we speak with poet and creative nonfiction writer, Molly Peacock.
Molly Peacock is the author of The Analyst (W. W. Norton & Company; 2017) a poetry collection on the relationship between therapist and patient after the therapist survives a brain hemorrhage. Peacock uses a variety of forms from sonnet and villanelle to free verse to explore this new relationship. Author of several books of poetry, Peacock has also written biography, The Paper Garden: An Artist Begins Her Life’s Work at 72, a memoir, Paradise, Piece by Piece, short fiction, Alphabetique: 26 Characteristic Fictions, and the craft book, How To Read a Poem & Start a Poetry Circle. She is also the editor of a collection of creative non-fiction, The Private I: Privacy in a Public World, and the co-editor of Poetry in Motion: One Hundred Poems from the Subways and Buses. She performed The Shimmering Verge, a one-woman staged monologue in poems, in theaters throughout North America. Molly Peacock is former Poet-in-Residence at the American Poets’ Corner and President Emerita of the Poetry Society of America. For ten years, Peacock conducted quarterly poetry circles on Wisconsin Public Radio. She has received awards and fellowships from Danforth Foundation, Ingram Merrill Foundation, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, and New York State Council on the Arts, amongst other honors, and is based in Toronto and New York.
For more information on Molly Peacock, and to purchase her books, please visit: http://www.mollypeacock.org/
Authors on the Air presents a WRITER TO WRITER LIVE presentation when award winning author Matt Coyle interviews author and former law enforcement officer David Putnam. Oceanview Publishing has an impressive stable of authors who consistently turn out terrific books and Matt Coyle and Dave Putnam are no exception. Matt and Dave sit down to discuss writing, craft, camaraderie and publishing on this very special edition of Authors on the Air.
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If These Walls Could Talk 2 --Kingston has more secrets than he can keep up with. While still trying to hold on to his bond with Tahleea, he's hit with some blowing news. He thinks he has it all figured out, but what happens when he finds out that he's not the only one good at finessing his way in and out of a situation? Will he still be able to tie up his lose ends and live happily ever after with his true love?
We have seen a rise in activism across the nation and the world with the new administration. Many young people who may not have been involved in the political process before have become involved now. What's your cause? Let's talk about it! And of course, let's share spoken word poetry that reflects your cause. This episode includes music by Chance the Rapper, John Legend and more as well as spoken word poetry by J'Wan Yvette
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