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This will be my introduction show where I will discuss my desire to showcase poetry in everyday life. To perhaps entices my fellow MFA students for SCSU Graduate program to join me in discussing why we chose to pursue a career in writing, teaching and storytelling. I wish to examine my own desires to pursue a MFA in Poetry my goals and hopes for this podcast. I wish to extend my invitation to other grad students especially those in my Feminist Pedagogy online class to partake in this podcast and possibly be willing to be interviewed to discuss your work and motivations to acquire a higher education. This is not just limited to students but to all the hardworking people of CT who dedicate part of their time to art, writing, poetry and the simply joy of living.
Spoken Word Radio returns Sunday February 12, 2017 from 1:00 to 3:00 P.M CST. I am your host Ashley Banks aka Softly Spoken. I bring to you live inteviews and online open mics. Spoken Word Radio is dedicated to the arts community. We will also be playing music during the broadcast. Please call in and share some words; feel free to ask questions. I ask that callers keep comments or poetry readings to four minutes. Please no profanity or disrespectful remarks. Thank you for your support. The call in number is (323) 642-1414
Tonight, Powers of the Pen, answers the question, "How has poetry and writing changed your life?"
Come and share your stories and thoughts on how poetry and writing changed your life. Join Us , Sit back and relax as we discuss this and other topics tonight
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