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  • 00:29

    Trolls They Dont Just Live Under Bridges Anymore

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    On are first episode we discuss those annoying little bastards that litter the net trolls!!! And are dealings with them as writers and all sorts of other things that im sure will offend someone well we can always hope so grab a drink hell grab two and sit down share a laugh listening to two semi nuts friends and fellow writers talk about everything inbetween . cheers hope you enjoy gonz and lilly

  • 00:30

    SpokenHeard with Daniel Lisi and Susan Dobbe Chase

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     Daniel Lisi is a multi-platform producer.  He is invoved with GAME OVER, a video game development studio; NOT A CULT, a publishing house;THE FLOAT MUSEUM, a virtual realitycuration of digital art and  ART SHARE LA,  an arts non-profit and gallery.in downtown Los Angeles. Mr. Lisi has recently produced the virtual reality projects:Jane the Baptist by Jesse Fleming, I Steal hunder by Paul W. Waddell and Google Gardening by Judith Sonniken.  His recent book publications include ICONS by Parker Day and Used Paintings by Max Maslansky.  His personal publications include World of Warcraft published via Boss Fight Books and "The Crushing Design of World of World of Warcraft's Big Raids" published by Kotaku.

  • 00:15

    Prayer and Praise

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    Prayers unto God Most HIgh for our communities, people, and nations!  Praise unto God for he answers
    "We always thank God for all of you and continually mention you in our prayers."(1 Thessalonians 1:2)
    "We ought always to thank God for you, brothers and sisters, and rightly so, because your faith is growing more and more, and the love all of you have for one another is increasing."(2 Thessalonians 1:3)
    "Rejoice always, 17 pray continually, 18 give thanks in all circumstances;for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus."(1 Thessalonians 5:16-18

  • 01:04

    The Last Frontier: The Role of Poetry in Protest

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    Protest poetry takes on many different forms, yet one aspect remains constant; this style of poetry aims to share a specific message about an issue that is important to the writer. Usually, these poems address social or political issues and are designed to spur dialogue and examination, release creative tension or frustration or in many instances, challenge the status quo on the particular issue or concern. For example, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., led a revolutionary nonviolent protest movement that called upon the nation to end the centuries-old racist and unjust treatment against African-Americans. Poets, before, during and after this era demonstrated through their work the requisite power and much-needed determination to call for long lasting change. More importantly, society still needs poets to draw attention to current and ongoing issues as well as to call the audience to action. So poets, call-in and share poetry or thoughts about issues that matter to you.  
    Alex Getachew, a noted community activist will join us live to provide commentary and share additional context for the discussion. So please join us for a stimulating evening of great poetry and dialogue!

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  • 00:44

    The Segment (Recasts): An Interview with Queen Sheba (2009)

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    Interestingly entertaining and meaningful interview discussion with Queen Sheba, Spoken Word phenomenon, and outstanding woman.    The conversation touches on her work, advice to artists who are new to formal spoken word entertainment, and more.  Awesome show!
    Sheba expresses the impression of the art upon the artist, elaborating on her goal to develop the spoken word genre.  “Poetry is something you learn until you die” is one of the most profound statements made by the artist during the discussion.   “Developing as an artist is just as important as sharing a stage with others so that they may learn from you.”   These quotes are characteristics of the best artists, those who focus on self-development as well as the development of upcoming artists. 
    It was an honor to interview one of the most outstanding spoken word artists representing Atlanta spoken word and creative arts.   As you listen to the interview, you will likely find yourself motivated to get out and find the next show to see her perform in person. 

  • 02:33

    Ink Life

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    Ink life wants invite you to.  Our online radio broadcast.. come as you are..allowing everyone and anyone to show their pen strides. Allowing A passage way to tell your story to interact in each others worlds.  thru Ink. Ink life..wants to be your paper.. so let your ink SPILL!!
    Hosted by:   T-mac
    Black rose
    The "SexiSag
    "Let your pen do  What the mind construed" #SexiSag
    "Giving up on me is like giving up on god...Not gonna happen!" #Black Rose
    .I'm not a poet nor do I write poetry cause in reality this is much deeper to me #T-mac
    CALL- IN?
    INK-LIFE is where its at Every other MONDAY it's going down!! 9pm-10pm cst 646)564-9978 Just press #1 to get in que
                     Get yo

  • 01:24

    Mic Nice Hosted By LyricalForte

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    Mic Nice is now hosted exclusively by Lyrical Forte, bringing you a variety of programming every week! The best of Poetry, Conscious Hip-Hop, R&B, special interviews and much more. Thanks for tuning in every Tuesday at 6:30pm CST.

  • 03:06

    The Kings' Cypher

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    Tuesday April 11th, 2017 
    10:00 PM EST 9:00 PM CST 7:00 PM PST
    Hosted by Sylvia L. Blalock and Joe DaVerbal Minddancer
    Call In number: (319)527-6300
    Join EPiphany Radio in celebrating the Kings! 
    We are hosting an Open Mic event that will be EPIC...our topic is
    THE King! all positive- all love- all night long
    What exactly is a "King"? What Makes a Good King, in your opinion? Do you have an example of a Good King? 
    What does it take TO BE a Good King? What motivates one to wear that crown with PURPOSE?
    We're bringing it all to the mics. 
    We're opening up the mics for the CYPHER OF KINGS: 
    One long, beautiful circle answering one question: 
    What Does It Take To Be A King? 
    Its Conscious...Its Romantic...Its Erotic...Its Real Talk...It is RESPECTFUL. 
    Bring your comments, artwork, photos, "shout outs", poems, videos.. BRING YOUR LOVE to the Facebook event page and CELEBRATE OUR KINGS...Leave the negativity, judgment, ego and drama at the curb. 
    Join Us! 

  • 01:00

    Xaael Heru on Sunday HOT Delight

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    ...And we're back! Sunday HOT Delight: The Hip-Hop of Spoken Word & Poetry hosted by Mieasha Stroud, along with the Hotwordz Crewsaders, will be bringing the fire as we retire for the end of the week. Tune in this Sunday from 6:30pm-7:30pm EST to get a little of this and that from poets, spoken word artists, a little Hip-Hop, and a lot of HOTWORDZ!

    Xa'ael Heru is a lyrical Hip-Hop genius artist originating from Brooklyn, NY . Also specializing in metaphysics, he always pays tribute to ancestors of whom's legacy he allows to guide him through the present. Check out his rhymes that range from higher thought to everyday living.

    Tune in this Sunday from 6:30pm-7:30pm EST by calling 347-945-6182 or visiting www.myspace.com/hotwordz. This is also an open mic show, so get on and show us what you got, just keep it clean and keep it HOT....LIKE....THAT! See you on the mic!

  • 00:48

    Spoken word Poetry Open Mic !

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    I invite you to call in and share your work.
    No Theme – No restrictions. 
    New York 7:00 PM EST
    California 4:00 PM PST
    London 5 +
    Rome 6 +
    Melbourne and Sydney 16 +
    Via internet or telephone
    Call in number 1.646.478.5603
     Email: cbravollc@gmail.com