Martha Cinader Mims

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A live science fiction/fantasy radio drama about runaway Princess Marvelina, unwilling bride of Duke SlickSlimy. She joins the revolutionary forces of rebel leader Shavana, against King Square and Duke SlickSlimy who rule the... more

Our first open mic event of the new year will take place live at BlogtalkRadio.com from 8-9pm. Please tune in and call in with your poem to listen and be heard. Hosted by Martha Cinader Mims.

My featured guest on Tuesday, December 9 at 8pm PST, will be Matthew Layton, the principal owner behind Falcor and Friends Presents, the organizer who is responsible for putting on the event The Third Annual Holiday Sweater Good... more

L&BH Radio Hour Featuring Poetry Open Mic The feature this week is POETRY. Please call in with your poem or announcement about a poetry event or website, share with a national audience and let's get to know each other by voice. The... more

At the start of the show I was joined by Listen & Be Heard Theatre Critic Maria Vrobel, who talked about some alternative holiday shows around the Bay Area of California. I spoke about my poem about the Federal Reserve, which someone... more

My featured guests were Armando from Armando's in Martinez and Maria Billingsly from the Martinez Opera. Among other things I learned that the Martinez Opera is about two hundred years old, and has an educational program that... more

Pamela Fingado and Patricia Zemanek have been regular contributors to Listen & Be Heard Network Arts News. They also both run galleries in El Cerrito CA. Are the Fingado Art Gallery and Eclectix Gallery part of a burgeoning arts... more

My featured guest for the L&BH Radio Hour on Tuesday October 28 at 8pm will be Mark Baldrich, one of the organizers of the 12th Annual Watershed Environmental Poetry Festival. The poetry festival takes place in Berkeley, CA... more

At the very top of the show I played my poem "King Leopold," ten verses I wrote after reading "King Leopold's Soliloquy" by Mark Twain. William Sawyer called in with another poem for children. My featured guests were Jeannette... more

Last night's Radio Hour started with a poem dedicated to my mother, who is undergoing surgery this week, entitled "Belated Mothers Day" from the CD "Living It." It features a soundtrack by Cooper-Moore and upright bass by Bobby... more
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