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Carson Buckingham knew from childhood that she wanted to be a writer and began, at age six, by writing books of her own, hand-drawing covers, and selling them to any family member who would pay (usually a dime) for what she referred to as “classic literature.” When she ran out of relatives, she came to the conclusion that there was no real money to be made in self-publishing, so she studied writing and read voraciously for the next eighteen years, while simultaneously collecting enough rejection slips to re-paper her living room…twice.
When her landlord chucked her out for, in his words, “making the apartment into one hell of a downer,” she redoubled her efforts, and collected four times the rejection slips in half the time, single-handedly causing the first paper shortage in U.S. history.
But she persevered, improved greatly over the years, and here we are.
Carson Buckingham has been/is a professional proofreader, editor, anthologist, newspaper reporter, copywriter, technical writer, novelist, short story writer and comedy writer. She loves reading and gardening; but not at the same time. Though born and raised in Connecticut, she lives in Arizona now—and Connecticut is glad to be rid of her!
Check out her blog at carsonbuckingham.blogspot.com
I will talk about the audio visual industry in Philadelphia, Audio visual for the consumer and two of my favorite TV shows. Fringe and Lost. I must love science fiction.
Tune in this week to Direct Audio as we will discuss the magazine story...play the hottest Indie Artists out of the Carolinas....may even have some special callers calling in to the show you never know so make sure you click the link from 8-10 pm EST and hear what all the fuss is about!!! Call in number is (646) 716-4952 press #1 to make a request or just to say hi to the host and give him a shout out!!!
A full recap of the Empire 100 and Dutch Hoag National Open Weekend including audio interviews from the entire weekend's events. We will talk to the Winner of the Empire 100 Live on the air as well!
The Paterson N.J. chapter of the NAACP has been just about dormant for the past 4 to 5 years and the question is who is responsibile for their inaction?
Coming up is the election that will give the 100+ year old institution of the Civil Rights Movement a new president and another term with the sitting president.
Is it time for change? Join Brent Nation in this vigorus conversation fueled by the public's need for a rebirth of the movement...
Special guests Robert Belmont and Dave Gilmore sit down with Brent and co-host Ernest Rucker Jr.
On this edition of Carson's Corner, Bob flys solo this week, as he discusses some of the issues facing the working class. First, as Election Boycott Advocate and former campaign manager of Ralph Nader Christopher Driscoll said on this show, there are so many bubbles in the economy that are bound to burst. We'll discuss this, plus, the effects of income inequality are part of the new normal of capitalism; and of course, Bob will discuss why he is an Election Boycott Advocate, as well as some up-coming plans for a new show television show with a member/supporter of the Zeitgeist Movement.
In the "HoJo's amazing mustache" edition, Jeffrey and Greg discuss the recent Mets field staff changes and speculate if there might be another on the horizon with Joe Maddon now a free agent. Next, we discuss Gabriel Ynoa, taking an in-depth look at his August 20th start against Erie. Shockingly, Jeffrey liked him more than Greg. Then, we answer your e-mails on Michael Cuddyer, the TDA to the outfield rumor, rule changes, and of course, Daniel Murphy, before wrapping up with the usual fringy relief arm prospect talk. Finally, Greg breaks Jeffrey's heart with a mention of Yusmeiro Petit's latest playoff appearance.
Jeff Niles Presents: “POEtic License”
Written, directed and produced by Viktor Aurelius
Synopsis: Tonight we have a witty tale that takes place in the late summer of 1844. It seems a struggling author is “struggling” a bit more than usual. He has writer's block. But what makes things more fascinating is that the author in question is named Edgar Allan Poe. No one knows the true events that caused the inspiration of Poe's greatest work, but perhaps... just perhaps... it happened something like this.
Featured in the Cast were:
Viktor Aurelius as Edgar Allan Poe
Kat Waterflame as Lenore Byrd
Jeff Niles as James P. Nevamore
Rachel Rumler as Raven Byrd
Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Virginia Poe
and Jonithan Patrick Russell as The Policeman
Music by Kevin MacLeod ( http://incompetech.com/m/c/royalty-free/ )
Sound Design by Viktor Aurelius
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On tonight’s show Maverick and ‘Plan take over to bring you detailed thoughts on historical perception vs historical reality, and take the IWC to task for believing in soundbites and folk memory rather than hard evidence.
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