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Interview with Elan Carson the author of The Willow Tree - Elan talk about her first novel The Willow Tree, which is based on true events. Elan Carson has been writing since the age of 6 with the help of her grandmother. This novel is also about PTSD. To read this author's press release go to www.iamdark.com and click on the link "on spotlight".
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Author Elan Carson; a creative writer that started crafting short stories at the ripe old age of 6 years old. With help from her grandmother, an English teacher, Elan excelled in reading & writing.
Elan’s parents knew she would grow up to be a strong writer when she was disqualified from an elementary school writing contest, the judges citing that the story Elan had submitted could not have been written by her.
Disheartened but still passionate, Elan continued to hone her writing skills, eventually testing out different mediums throughout the years. She dabbled in poem-writing, journalism, and songwriting.
By the time she reached high school, she started what would soon become the first draft of The Willow Tree.
In celebration of National Poetry Month Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb welcomes back author/poet Joy Elan to the show to discuss her book SILENCE IS NOT ALWAYS GOLDEN.
Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online we will be talking to author and spoken word artist Joy Élan.
Challenged with hearing loss she has overcome insurmountable obstacles to become an award-winning spoken word artist and author.
Currently working with urban youth in the San Francisco Bay Area, Joy is here to tell you all about her latest book" Silence Is Not Always Golden: A Poetic Revolution". Don't miss a minute of this compelling interview...Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online!!
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Elan Journo of the Ayn Rand Institute talks about some of the lessons we can draw from what we have witnessed in the Middle East, during the thirteen years since 9/11. How should we judge the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? Who is the enemy? How should we think of [...]
Saxophonist Elan Trotman returns to Talking Smooth Jazz to discuss his new cd, Tropicality. Co-produced by Guitarist Peter White, who also joins us. Tropicality features Peter White, Jeff Lorber, Paul Brown, Nick Colionne, Terri Lynn Carrington, Nicholas Brancker, Lin Rountree and more. Tropicality is available at www.elantrotman.com
Join SC host Ron Jackson and co-host Aira as they chat with Caribbean saxman Elan Trotman about his career and new release Tropicality. Listeners can use our tool-free number(1-888-342-9919) to call in with questions or comments for Elan. Come on and enoy some great music and conversation!
The Ayn Rand Institute's Elan Journo discussing the numerous failings of American Foreign Policy. From Vietnam forward, it's been one failure after another. When America doesn't stand for its ideals it winds up standing for nothing.With latest developments in Iraq one must wonder what it was all for.
Sax man Elan Trotman wows crowds whereever he goes. This has earned him 4 Top 25 singles thus far and no doubt there will be more to come. His latest release "Tropicality" takes Mr. Trotman back to his roots and he brings some incredible msucial friends along with him. We look forward to sharing the story of this jourmey. Join us for a Cool Jazz Conversation with saxophonist Elan Trotman Monday at 7 PM Eastern.
Saxophonist Elan Trotman, has quickly become one of contemporary jazz’s most thrilling and emotive performers, and continues to stand out and push boundaries as a composer, performer, and recording artist. So much so that he's becoming the go-to sax-man for smooth jazz artists like Peter White, Paul Brown, Keiko Matsui, Brian Simpson, Rick Braun, and a guest spot on the Dave Koz 2012 Cruise to Europe.
Trotman’s playing, though inspired by Grover Washington, Jr. and Kirk Whalum, among others, displays his own fresh ideas and distinctive tone. So much so that he's a 3-time winner of the New England Urban Music Award for Best Jazz Male, 2-time nominee for a Boston Music Award, and winner for Instrumentalist of the Year (Barbados) in 2011. Born and raised in Barbados, the native island of pop star Rihanna, and educated at the world-renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston, Trotman approaches jazz in his own way. Blending Caribbean rhythms from his roots with skillful horn textures, his playing is full of surprises. “I like to stretch out, take chances on my solos and on my records.” Inspiring and eminently listenable, Trotman’s music is never predictable.
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