Enduring Glory Media, a South Florida based company producing global entertainment products for radio, TV, film and stage is proud to introduce its newest addition to the BlogTalk Radio lineup. Literally Spoken will officially launch Saturday, October 4, 2008, 12pm (EST); but will host an introductory show Saturday, September 20th. The introductory show will allow listeners the opportunity to meet Literally Spoken host R. Moreen Clarke. Clarke will bring her love for literature and her experience as a writer to the show. Literally Spoken takes per show themes and invites author of short fiction and fiction writers with appropriate excerpts or works in progress - to contribute pieces. An example of that may be a Novemember show celebrating FRONT PORCHES in Pan African communities. Authors would be invited to submit related stories around the theme and defined parameters. Clarke and show producers will select about 4 to 5 selections from stories submitted, to be featured on air. In some cases, Literally Spoken will seek poetry (spoken word) submissions related to the chosen theme and weave the pieces together in a manner that resembles many voices telling one story. Again, Clake and producers will select from submissions. Authors chosen for on air presentation will have about five to seven minutes to read their work on air. Interview sessions and possible listener interaction are also part of the show concept. For additional information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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