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In continued celebration of National Poetry Month, tonight we will feature 2 more guest poets to share in the celebration. And filling in for April will be author/publisher, Susanna K. Green-Sawyer, author of the 5-star novel, Remembering the Sweet Nectar and founder of Sweet Nectar Publishing, LLC at
First poet on the lineup is Thomas L. White, III, retired US Navy veteran who grew up in Detroit and currenlty lives in Jacksonville, Florida. From his love for Ancient History, he wrote an inspirational poetry Book, Healing of a Divided Soul. He's a contributing poet in Sweet Nectar Publishing's Poetry Anthology, Poetic Gumbo.
Up next Serenity from Miami, Florida, the author of 2 books of poetry. Visit her at:
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Janis Mavis, Author of Feelings Inside Of Me: A Collection of Inspirational Poetry To Touch The Heart And Open The Soul, is a native of Washington, DC. Her expertise as a creative writer, entrepreneur, & motivational speaker has provided an impressive career. Her book provided the launching pad for the creative writing workshops she’s conducted for DC youth. Her writing services focus on the needs of her clients transforming their dreams & visions into reality. Her specialty: Weddings, Events, Home-Going, & Special Occasions. Her poems, short phrases, and slogans are life-changing for your events or presentations.
Visit Janis at: www.feelingsinsideofjmavis.com
A Singer/Poet, LadyDivine flows in genres of poetry ranging from social awareness, to inspiration, to heart thumping Harlem blues allowing her to make an impact on a plethora of diverse audiences. A dynamic artist, whose voice captivates all willing to listen, she has blessed audiences at weddings, birthday parties, youth conferences, & has been featured at jazz nights alongside some amazing bands.
LadyDivine has shown herself worthy of the status she is achieving; yet, she still maintains a humble spirit. And, when asked what it is that she strives to achieve with her craft, her answer is the same every time: "If, in any audience and setting, I've managed to touch a single person through the words God has given me, I've achieved my goal.”
To learn how to nominate LadyDivine in 2 National Poetry Award Categories: Poetry/Spoken Word Album of the Year and Poetry/Spoken Word Video of the Year, visit her website: www.ladydivinenc.com/
As National Poetry Month draws to a close, Susanna K. Green-Sawyer of Sweet Nectar Publishing and Etienne A. Gibbs of In the Author's Corner with Etienne have combined efforts on behalf of poets everywhere to present the poetry of 9 contributing poets to the Poetic Gumbo anthology in this special 2-hour event.
Poets will answer questions from the host and hostess, render their readings, and take questions or comments from the audience as time permits.
To speak to the poets directly call 642-721-9611. Visit our chat room for the links to the poets' contact information and website links.
Poet #1, Darlene Henderson, from Chicago, Illinois; lives in Tampa, Florida; her debut poem is included in the anthology.
Poet # 2, Robert DoQui, from New Orleans, Louisiana, lives in New Orleans; actor, poet, writer.
Poet # 3, Billy Hitz, from Ozone Park, New York, lives in Margate, Florida; Radio Host/Poet.
Poet # 4 Aaron Hampton, from Newport, Rhode Island; lives in Tampa, Florida; Music Artist/Poet.
Poet # 5, Kitty LaRue, from Detroit, Michigan; lives in San Antonio, Texas.
Poet # 6, Darrell Freeman Jr., from Crowley, Louisiana; lives in Lake Charles, Louisiana; Author/Poet.
Poet # 7, Justin Toney, from Wichita, Kansas; lives in Savannah, Georgia; Writer/Musician/Poet.
Poet # 8, Levi Mericle, from Tucumcari, New Mexico; lives in Tucumcari, New Mexico; was in a documentary; Poet.
Poet # 9, Enos Dade, from Brakwa, Western Ghana; lives in Tema, Ghana; considers himself a Neo Poet/Author.
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In celebration of National Poetry Month, we've brought together a panel of 4 poets to share their poetry in a 2-hour special.
National Poetry Month was inspired by the success of Black History Month, held each February, and Women's History Month, held in March. In 1995, the Academy of American Poets convened a group of publishers, booksellers, librarians, literary organizations, poets, and teachers to discuss the need and usefulness of a similar month long holiday to celebrate poetry. The first National Poetry Month was held in 1996. (courtesy of Wikipedia)
Our guest poets will read their works (as many as they wish during their segment); answer a question or two from host and hostess; and take questions or comments from you, the audience.
Here's the line up:
8:00-8:30: Andresia RealshtzPoet; www.Facebook.com/RealshtzPoetry
8:30-9:00: LadyDivine; www.LadyDivineNC.com
Intermission: Kenya Eugene's song, My Joy; https://youtu.be/HsKLdc8W1C0
9:00-9:30: Ci Ci Keenan; www.Facebook.com/CiCiKeenan and
9:30-10-00: Question and Answer open to the listeners
Come for the poetry! Stay for the Q & A!
One of the most exquisite romance books I've ever read is "Waiting for the One". Author L.A Fiore's story wrenched every emotion I had right out of me and I'm so delightfed to welcome her to Authors on the Air. Liz wrote and said this: "I love writing; love creating worlds of my own and characters that, after the journey we share, feel more like real members of my family. The goal of my writing is to not just tickle your funny bone but to also touch a nerve. I want readers to feel every emotion when reading one of my books: from ecstatic joy to exquisite pain. I want you to laugh and cry and when you come to the end, I want you to feel as if you lost a little piece of yourself to the story. My two latest releases are Waiting for the One, released on April 28th, a quirky romance with a dark side and A Glimpse of the Dream, releasing on July 7th, a love story about second chances with a twist. I hope you give them a try and enjoy the emotional ride." Visit L.A. Fiore here on https://www.facebook.com/l.a.fiore.publishing.
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Authors on the Air Host Pam Stack welcomes suspense and paranormal writer Linda Prather. Linda says this: "Something was missing in my life. I wanted to write. No, actually I needed to write. In the mid 90s I joined a group called Green River Writers in Louisville, Kentucky. The next five years contain many of my fondest memories of being a part of a group of authors. Critiquing and being critiqued. Learning to hone a craft that isn't simply putting words on a page. I combined my love of mysteries with my love of metaphysics. The payoff? In 2005 I submitted my first novel, The Gifts, A Jacody Ives Mystery to Echelon Press, a small trade publisher. After several months of nail biting and walking the floor I was offered a contract to publish. Wow! I believed The Gifts to be a good book, but my readers amazed me even more when it took 2nd place in the Preditor's and Editor's contest for best novel of 2006 and was nominated for The David Award. Reader requests resulted in my writing a prequel, Sacred Secrets, which has not been released by Amazon Digital. Research into the third Jacody Ives Mystery led to my studies in the paranormal research field, as well as my becoming a Paranormal Investigator. I'm currently working on the 3rd and 4th Jacody Ives Mystery as well as a suspense novel and legal thriller."
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Mr. Is Said is an art form from the Continent of Africa. An author, mentor, community-based activist and educator, Is Said provides sage leadership on a national level and in the greater Columbus, Ohio arts community. He conceives, stages, writes, and performs unique multimedia arts events, combining visionary, historical-based poetry or prose synergistically with high-energy African music and dance.
Is Said has traveled to Africa every year for the last 30 years. According Is Said, “Storytelling helps an audience to use their imagination and work together as a group. It stretches the mind beyond the sounds of joy and beauty. It is shapes of twisted information weaving a story and bringing the audience into your story.”
Mr. Said usually tell stories that require a cast made up of member from the audience to act out the story. This gives the audience a chance to see and be right in the story as it unfolds messages of fun and history.
“Storytelling is much like performing performance poetry: one uses their whole body to tell the story.”
Minor rules of storytelling: Every story must have a beginning, middle, and an ending, characters, dialogue, location, place of action, moral, message, sometimes music, dance, animals, conflicts and conclusions. The most important thing about understanding a story is, using your imagination.
Is Said has written two short stories: Street Justice and Picking Cotton: A collection of our Elders lives and History called "The Table is Set”. Is Said has also written about 45 plays since 1973.
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Times: 8:00 pm EST / 9:00 AST. Please check the time in your time zone. This week's author: Phillip Berrian.
Poetry to award-winning Phillip Berrian was a spiritual anointing, and a God-given gift, where he's earned the highest honors and respect, such as participating in several online poetry contests. From this he's received 2 Editor's Choice Awards (2005 and 2007) from the International Library of Poetry.
His other poems where acknowledged, and got so much of buzz from Famous Poets Society where he received a few award-winning plaques with official gold seals of excellence from the Editors-in-Chief. His well-talked-about poem, "A Man", was listed in the Celebrate-Created Communication POETS SPEAK OUT 2007
He also has a collection of other poems that were listed and acknowledged in the weekly Brooklyn College School newspaper. He was also blessed to receive a third Editor's Choice Award from World Poetry Movement for Outstanding Contributions to Poetry.
Phil was also featured on www.poetrycrazy.com and www.voices.net.com, the poetry sites, in August, 2011. He received the blue honorary ribbon for every featured poem. Plus, he was awarded a Certificate of Publication with a gold seal of Achievements from World Poetry Movement, The Best Poets and Poems of 2012 Award.. Phil received the blue honorary ribbon for every featured poem. Plus, he was awarded a Certificate of Publication with a gold seal of Achievements from World Poetry Movement, The Best Poets and Poems of 2012 Award.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes internationally acclaimed author and physician Glenn Cooper. Here is a little about Glenn: Glenn began a research career in the pharmaceutical industry which culminated in an eighteen-year position as the Chairman and CEO of a biotechnology company in Massachusetts. Glenn began writing screenplays over twenty years ago and his interest in movies prompted him to attend the graduate program in film production at Boston University. He is currently the chairman of a media company, Lascaux Media, which has produced three independent feature-length films. In 2006 Glenn turned his hand to novel-writing. His debut novel, THE LIBRARY OF THE DEAD, the first in a trilogy, became an international bestseller and was translated into thirty languages. All of his seven published books have become top-ten international best-sellers. Glenn currently lives in New Hampshire. To learn more, visit the website at http://www.glenncooperbooks.com/.
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David Oliver Lipscomb wears many hats in front of and behind the camera as an actor, camera operator, director, entertainer, on screen talent, producer, video editor, and writer, among other duties and occupations.
Let’s visit with him cold turkey and see what else we can learn about David Oliver Lipscomb.
The Many Faces of David "The Oh!" Oliver at https://youtu.be/vN6ky77mSXA
David "The Oh!" Olive on Eye Candy at https://youtu.be/DQHqFj1S0Dk
David Oliver Lipscomb, Many Faces, Eye Candy, front of the camera, behind the camera, actor, camera operator, director, entertainer, on screen talent, producer, video editor, writer,
Host Tabatha Pope welcomes author, Kate Mathis to THE LIBRARIAN on Authors on the Air.
Kate Mathis is the author of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. This female spy series is an action-packed mashup of adventure, mystery, humor and romantic-suspense. Kate lives in Tucson, Arizona with her husband and twin daughters. She graduated from the University of Arizona and is currently working on BOOK 5 of the Agent Melanie Ward Novels. Kate also has a Children’s/Young Adult titled Moon Over Monsters. After almost a decade in banking, she left to pursue her childhood dream of writing. Leaving the fluorescents behind she dropped into a world of espionage and never looked back. Kate shows her appreciation for wildlife with four large dogs roaming the yard. She likes to play her music too loud and tries not to take things too seriously. Kate never texts while driving, doesn’t have voicemail and would give up her cell in a heartbeat if she didn’t have kids. Find out more about Kate on her website, www.katemathis.net.
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Miami Herald book and movie reviewer Connie Ogle chats with Authors on the Air host Pam Stack LIVE on Wednesday evening. We will discuss her favorite books and movies and perhaps throw in a little college football (Connie is quite the sport fan, too). I'd also like to hear her thoughts on traditional publishing versus independent publishing, now that it has passed it's infancy. Connie is a well-known face at book signings and literary events in South Florida. She's a dog-lover, University of Florida fan-atic, movie freak and generally a pretty funny and interesting lady. Please join me on Wednesday at 8pm ET when we chat LIVE. Call to comment, ask a question or talk sports. 347-633-9609.
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