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Join us for this roundtable discussion where we gather the authors of your favorite anthologies. Many brilliant minds meet at this table to give insight, inspiration, and often, hilarity. Taste Test offers just a small sample of each author’s style and voice that contribute a piece of the puzzle. And then we examine how those pieces become one beautiful picture. You know you want a taste!
This episodes's featured anthology is…Capes & Clockwork: Superheros in the Age of Steam!
During a forgotten time when the world was powered by steam and clockwork, heroes arose to do battle against the forces of evil. Some were outfitted with the latest technology. Others were changed by the mysteries of science and magic, while a few came from the skies. Capes and Clockwork fuses the fantasy and beauty of steampunk with the action and adventure of the superhero genre. Tease your imagination with sixteen stories of good versus evil, monster versus hero, and steam versus muscle!
And the panel of authors include…Andrea Judy, David J Fielding, John G Hartness, Jeremy Hicks, D. Alan Lewis, Adam Millard, John A McColley, Nikki Nelson-Hicks, and Konstanstine Paradias.
Buy Capes & Clockwork here!
Join Wt Prater each month for this lively, interactive chat that will leave you always wanting more.
Taste Test is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.com They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
For our "work at home" listeners today, we have a special 30-minute episode today focusing on the LIVEOPS work opportunity. Learn about the history of LIVEOPS.com, why they are a good company to work for, the PROS and CONS of working for them, employee/contractor status and more.
Deb worked with LIVEOPS for over 2 years part-time on both the general line and insurance lines. Learn what it takes to make it, see if you have what it takes to make serious money with this call center opportunity, hear the general pay rates and more.
Deb will address:
How to join (http://join.liveops.com)
How to get paid
What you'll need (equipment, skills, etc.)
General pay rates
How to Succeed on Liveops
Do you have what it takes to maintain the income?
Watch Deb's 2013 interview with Gary Foreman, publisher and consumer finance expert, about LIVEOPS from Florida. Recorded via Google Hangout on the topic of work at home jobs. Gary owns a publication known as The Dollar Stretcher in Bradenton Beach, Florida. But he has done work for the Chicago Tribune in the past and has also been interviewed by The Today Show. Gary is considered one of the foremost authorities in consumer finance topics in the U.S.
He interviewed Deb about the Liveops opportunity after she completed an 8-part article series for him on the topic of "Work at Home" jobs.
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Every single time like clockwork ... Mahala Gayle educates us in how everything correlates ... cause she believes there is really a master plan in action and a path to understanding the master plan is through Astrology.
As usual, Mahala ignites and makes real just how our planets are speaking to us as we'll progress through the rest of March and into April ... and on top of that we're sure that she'll nail the highlights that certainly will keep us on our toes for more than a while.
Join Authors on the Rise on Monday, March 2, 2015 from 8-10pm (EST) and two amazing women authors.
Valjeanne Jeffers is the author of eight books: Voyage of Dreams; Immortal; Immortal II: The Time of Legend; Immortal III: Stealer of Souls; The Switch II: Clockwork; Immortal IV: Collision of Worlds; Mona Livelong: Paranormal Detective; and Colony: Ascension: An Erotic Space Opera. Valjeanne is also a member of the Carolina African American Writers' Collective (CAAWC). She was featured in 60 Years of Black Women in Horror Fiction. She was also a featured authorduring the Spelman College Octavia Butler Arts and Activism Celebration, organized by famed horror writer Tananarive Due. Her poems have been published (under the name Valjeanne Jeffers-Thompson) in Pembroke Magazine; Revelry; The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South; Drumvoices Revue; Say It Loud: Poems About James Brown; Liberated Muse I: How I Freed My Soul Volume I (as Valijeanne Jeffers). She was also a 2007 semifinalist for the Rita Dove Poetry Award.Valjeanne is co-owner of Q&V Affordable Editing. Preview or publish her novels at: www.vjeffersandqveal.com.
Katherine Nero has written, produced and directed numerous short films and freelanced on various film and television productions. She is a graduate of Northwestern University where she earned a BA in Political Science and a MA in Radio-Television-Film. https://www.facebook.com/FortheCauseTheMovie. Watch the trailer and call in with questions. Here is the link: http://www.forthecause-themovie.com/
Host Lori Hays welcomes author Chantal Noordeloos to Reverie Radio for a conversation of her newest horror release Angel Manor and Clockwork Dragon. Lori will have been thoroughly scared and wildly entertained by the time this show comes around, so be sure to tune in for a very interesting conversation with the twisted mind of a sweet loving horror writer!
Chantal Noordeloos (born in the Hague, and not found in a cabbage as some people may suggest) lives in the Netherlands, where she spends her time with her wacky, supportive husband, and outrageously cunning daughter, who is growing up to be a supervillain. When she is not busy exploring interesting new realities, or arguing with characters (aka writing), she likes to dabble in drawing.
In 1999 she graduated from the Norwich School of Art and Design, where she focused mostly on creative writing.
There are many genres that Chantal likes to explore in her writing. Currently Sci-fi Steampunk is one of her favourites, but her 'go to' genre will always be horror. "It helps being scared of everything; that gives me plenty of inspiration," she says.
Chantal likes to write for all ages, and storytelling is the element of writing that she enjoys most. "Writing should be an escape from everyday life, and I like to provide people with new places to escape to, and new people to meet."
The Colts visit the Giants, fresh off their epic loss to the Steelers. Can they run circles around the potentially dangerous Giants? Will the Giants make another surge up the standings, or continue to wallow in their inconsistency.
ChabDog welcomes Rene Betts back to the both after his trip to Peurto Viarta, does the color and the play by play, and enjoys more football music.
Also, a special tribute is planned for the SF Baseball Giants, centering on the even year dominance of the bunch now to be know as "Clockwork Brown, Black and Orange".
And ChabDog ruminates about roundball with some ChabDognostications.
Join us when we chat with Kevin Paul Shaw Broden, author of Clockwork Genie, a paranormal murder mystery novel. We're chatting about genies, comics, and writing. Be sure to listen in!
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 15th anniversary of Fight Club! Where does it rank in David Fincher’s filmography? Do its messages of anti-consumerism and anti-corporatization still resonate in today’s culture of conspicuous consumption? Has its message of male empowerment been misconstrued by the proponents of groups such as the Men’s Rights Movement? Can the film be considered irredeemably misogynist considering the treatment its lone female character at the hands of the male leads? Does Fight Club merit comparison to other watershed films such as A Clockwork Orange? Will David Fincher ever return to that kind of aggressive filmmaking?
We’ll also be having one of our patented freestyle sessions! Everything is fair game and nothing off limits. The topics will be varied and interesting. We’ll be jumping down the proverbial pop culture rabbit hole to see what we can find. There’s no telling where the discussion will take us, but it will surely be a fun ride. Feel free to tune in and join us! You won’t be disappointed!
A new school year has begun. And, like clockwork, the cases of abuse, bullying, and IEP problems have come pouring in. These are serious but all too common and predictable problems facing autistic students every school year.
What causes these problems and what can be done about it?
Also: Is it a crisis to have three arms, legs, or breasts? What about having no eyebrows?
Tune in as CAN Radio hosts explore these topics as well as news and updates from the Council for Autism and Neurodiversity.
As always, special thanks to the volunteers, interns, and members who put together this public service program.
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Notorious B.I.G’s classic debut album Ready to Die. Is it truly a timeless classic? Has it become hopelessly dated? Can B.I.G truly be called one of the greatest of all time with only two studio albums to his credit? Was he simply the beneficiary of east coast bias? Did he steal Tupac’s style, or was Pac simply one of his many influences? Was the official version of the album better than the early version? Can Rick Ross still be considered the heir apparent to the B.I.G throne?
We’ll also be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Oliver Stone’s controversial masterpiece, Natural Born Killers! Is it still as shocking as it was 20 years ago? Does the film’s basic premise still resonate? Is it truly an indictment of American News media and popular culture, or is it merely a celebration of wretched excess? Is it in the same class as Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange, Badlands, and Bonnie and Clyde? Is it the last truly great film that Oliver Stone did?
We're back! After a busy, busy summer, Fred and Marg are back with Lies My Country Told Me and are excited about today's guest, Darryl of DI.
After six years as serving as the voice of democracy, Blog Talk Radio's popular weekly show, "Democracy Interactive" also known as DI, turned of the lights and closed the door. Like clockwork, DI aired on Sundays and with its unique progressive chat community, was one of the best shows BTR offered. The show often featured high profile guests, like Presidential candidate, Rocky Anderson, or Pulitzer Prize winner, author Hedrick Smith, as well as our voices, "we the people".
Lies My Country Told Me is thrilled that Darryl, DI's host, has agreed to come on air as today's featured guest. His advocacy for democracy has involved him in many, many projects and campaigns over the years and we all know that his fight for a democratic nation did not stop three months ago, with the airing of his last show.
Please join us on "Lies My Country Told Me" on Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 12:00 pm EST. We encourage you to call in at (347) 677-1814 or join us in the chatroom with your questions for Darryl. You can also reach us at email@example.com.
It happens almost like clockwork. Every month the mainstream media picks a situation out of thousands of injustices to highlight. Each month another officer sworn to uphold the law gets caught on camera shooting, brutally beating, or harassing someone with their wide variety of weaponry. The people they choose fall into one of four categories: 1) teen to young adult 2) elderly 3) working class to impoverished 4) brown to black complexion. With each month the same thing happens in the community: bitter outrage, nonviolent protests, people swearing that this will not happen again that their actions, their picket signs, their words, will change things... until, like clockwork, it happens again. Next 2RAW4TV we ponder the possibilities- what if the people became revolutionary instead of reactionary? What if the police really feared doing harm to the citizens? What would it look like if, instead of being victimized, people decided to SHOOT FIRST?
Artist, Songwriter, and videographer for Visibly Inflight, Jamee Cornelia, talks about metaphysics, tee shirt design, and where you can find Visibly Inflight next.
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