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Published in the 1950’s and 60’s, some people were embarrassed to purchase such a book. The lesbian lifestyle during that time was not even attemted to live out loud nor even speak the word. The Cheap thrills at bus stations, drug stores, and magazine stands with a Well of Loneliness, Pity for Women and a Spitfire for the Third Sex, So what is Lesbian Pulp Fiction and who wrote them? Tune in to the Edna Stewart Show at 8 pm and find out my favorite Lesbian Pulp fiction.
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In the news: Kimberly-Clark to cut up to 1,300 workers; The interesting case of the diaper hoarders; Explosion at facility; Liberty Diversified International acquires Harbor Packaging; Stora Enso investing 27 million Euros at its Imatra Mills in Finland; Pratt CFO passes away at age 43; Potlatch inks purchase agreement for 201K acres of Alabama and Mississippi timberlands; Cascades, the Québec government and Rackam inaugurate a major solar park in Kingsey Falls; Water crisis in Brazil; Metsä Fibre, Port of Helsinki agree to develop export harbor for pulp; Södra invests $13.8 million in Mönsterås pulp mill; Georgia-Pacific is expanding Arkansas operation; Update from SKF; Expera Specialty Solutions announces Kaukauna, Wisconsin headquarters; Earnings reports and much more!
Nips is a weekly show of contemporary information related to the pulp and paper industry worldwide. Hosted by Chuck Swann, who will be filling in for Jim Thompson, the voice of the worldwide pulp and paper industry.
Listen live at 7 a.m. EDT on Monday, 27 Oct 2014, or anytime afterward!
Award-winning author S. Evan Townsend recently joined the Writestream Radio Network as host of The Speculative Fiction Cantina. In keeping with the spirit of Halloween, Dariaanne looks forward to interviewing Evan about his work and his new show:
S. Evan Townsend has been called "America's Unique Speculative Fiction Voice" and writes novels that cause thrills and rapid page-turning. After spending four years in the U.S. Army in the Military Intelligence branch, he returned to civilian life and college to earn a B.S. in Forest Resources from the University of Washington. In his spare time he enjoys reading, driving (sometimes on a racetrack), meeting people, and talking with friends. He is in a 12-step program for Starbucks addiction. Evan lives in central Washington State with his wife and has three grown sons. He enjoys science fiction, fantasy, history, politics, cars, and travel. He currently has five published fantasy and science fiction novels.
During the live show, host and guest welcome your calls at (347) 945-7246 and your paricipation in the live chat.
In the second hour, stay tuned for some public service satire with the Right Wing Riot - Scary Smart, Ms. Always Right, and The Prince of Whitebread!
2. 15 questions? Wow! I’ll come up with as many as I can, can’t guarantee 15, though.
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's guests are Tony LaRocca and C. Norman.
Tony grew up in Basking Ridge, NJ. He joined the army after high school, and had an unglamorous career across the United States. Tony currently lives the glamorous life of an author / electrician / occasional karaoke crooner, and chronic doodler in New York City, along with his wife and children.
False Idols and Other Short Stories - Science Fiction Short Stories
C. Norman is the author of dozens of bite-size short stories, available for free at herebewonder.com. Topics range from vampire blind dates to alien abduction. He lives in Texas but has never ridden a horse.
When you have done ALL to stand the Apostle Paul said ... STAND. Sometimes life can really throw a few curve balls and some fast balls as well. But in order to be able to hit a homerun and make it to home plate you have to hit that ball (trouble) hard with the word of God make sure to place hit at the area in focus the run with all fire and vigor through the bases (the Bible) until you make home.
You may get stuck on base, strike out or even get put out. But you don't give up you step up to the plate and you swing hit again until you have overcome that obstacle or you loose the game.
.Life is not about giving up... it's about winning and you can only win in God. When others see you as a loss God sees you as a win win. Whatever is broken if you break your bat, pick up a new one start over in God and push it to the limit. You will find there is No Limit in God. He will carry you on to home plate by His Angels that are in the Outfield.
Allow the word of God to rebuild in you what you seem to think as lost in HIs word.
Talking with two authors today. First, Tom Cohen, author of "Dogs with Old Man Faces", celebrating dogs with 'old souls'. Then host, Julie Forbes talks with Ardeth De Vries, President of the Board of Old Dog Haven, a non-profit that is a large network of foster homes that gets old dogs out of shelters! www.olddoghaven.org
Old Dog Haven: "We want our dogs to know that someone thinks they're valueable. Old dogs can become throw-away dogs that become expendable, for whatever reason, and it's very important to us that they're able to spend time with people who validate their importance."
Author Boo Jackson takes you on a thrill ride and poses the question: what do you do when you’re torn between what’s right and what’s wrong; what’s real and fantasy. Sanity and insanity will fight for a position on the throne as she brings to life the darkened heart behind Malicious Intent. What do you know about this that's classic? Lots of laughs, I'm sure. It's ENOUGH ROOM for US ALL to SHINE! Now that's classic!To get on the show as a guest OR To place a CCC $5.00 AD inquire to CreamCityClassica@hotmail.com CALL IN NUMBER (713) 955-0635
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Tune into the Urban City Youth Radio Show Artistic Expressions where your show Host Eric Ball and Co-Host Sonja Jefferson take you on a journey of local talent and musical expression. If you know of someone who needs their music, poetry/spoken word or art to be featured here on the Urban City Youth Radio Show then please reach out to us here. Also see our website at www.urbancityyouthradio.com
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Tune into this episode of the Urban City youth Radio Show that aired on KTYM 1460AM on October 18th, 2014 where show Host Eric Ball and Co-Host Sonja Jefferson displayed the musical talent of local youth in Los Angeles, California. 4 local artist were featured on this show and their music has now been heard by thousands of local listeners in the Los Angeles Metro Area. This Blog Talk Radio show site makes it possible for their music to be heard around the world. Keep it locked to the Urban City Youth Radio Show for more local artist, biographies and ways to download their music.
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder discuss the latest political happenings in the City of Moreno Valley. Topics will include a recap of the 10/14/2014 city council meeting, agenda for the upcoming study session, Victoria Baca campaigning from the dais, and another continence for the Prologis warehouse project. How much money has Benzeevi sunk into candidates this election and how many people are canvassing for his WLC project.