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Former Kossack know as ThereIsNoSpoon, David blogs at Digby's Hullabaloo, Alternet and the Washington Monthly. He's a local elected official and Democratic party officer in Southern California, and joins us to discuss the Senate runoff in Mississippi, involving Thad Cochrane's seat. "RedState editor and super hardline conservative Erick Erickson is steaming mad over longtime incumbent Thad Cochran's victory in Mississippi by reaching out to Democratic voters in the open primary."
Erick S. Gray's climb to success in the literary genre has been fortunate and inspiring, along with a few trials and tribulations. Since his debut in 2003 with Booty Call, he’s been consistent with over 14 books published, participated in many anthologies, novellas and helped co-write the Streets of New York trilogy within the span of ten years. His style of writing has been known to be raunchy, but also prolific. His diversity in story telling makes him one of the most dynamic writers of the genre. His characters are memorable, true-to-life, and Mr. Gray has the drive to become an icon in a growing genre.
Signed to several publishing companies from St. Martin’s Press to Black Print Publishing, Mr. Gray has proven to hold his own in the game among literary giants such as Shannon Holmes, Nikki Turner, Terri Woods and K’wan with great story telling and being consistent with great material and other endeavors.
Born in Jamaica, Queens, the 37 year-old endowed author has brought himself out on a high note with his first endeavor. His first book, Booty Call was published by Black Print Publishing in 2003, and has sold tens of thousand of copies in the past years. He continues bringing you good stories as he shows in his collaboration with Mark Anthony and Anthony Whyte in the Streets of New York series Volume, one, two and three, along with the long awaited “Boyfriend #2” with Caleb Alexander. His other novels include Ghetto Heaven, Love and a Gangsta, Crave All Lose All, Nasty Girls, It’s Like Candy, One Lyfe to Live, Money Power Respect, Booty Call *69, America’s soul and two highly anticipating novels, Gigolo and Nasty Girls 2. Mr. Gray shows longevity and ambition among his peers in the literary genre.
RevKess and KaliSara are joined by author Erick DuPree, the editor of the upcoming anthology FINDING THE MASCULINE IN GODDESS' SPIRAL: MEN IN RITUAL, COMMUNITY AND SERVICE TO THE GODDESS to be publlished by Megalithica Books, an imprint of Immanion Press.
Erick's studies working within Reclaiming Collective, WitchCamps, Soul Work with T. Thorn Coyle, and Dharma Paganism with Yeshe Rabbit Matthews.
In addition to his writings here, he writes a column, Wisdom Within, on Witches and Pagans. Erick has been included on ModernWitch, The Wild Hunt, Pantheos, and Covenant of the Goddess.
He is author of Alone In Her Presence: Meditations on the Goddess, and forthcoming books, The Hero Within: Reframing Masculinity with the Goddess and the anthology Finding Masculine in Goddess' Spiral: Men in Ritual, Community and Service to the Goddess, both by Immanion Press.
For more information on Erick visit his website; learn more about the anthology here.
Learning is always going on; it is impossible to avoid learning something at any given moment. Likewise, whether we realize it or not, we are constantly teaching the world around us. Veronica is joined by Liz Erickson to discuss our ongoing conscious and unconscious lifelong education.
In the first half of the show, we will explore the ways in which learning unfolds. How does the acquisition of skills and knowledge differ between children and adults? What are the major blocks to learning and how can we overcome them? In what ways are we all teachers? What tools will enable our internal professors to positively influence all those we encounter?
Later in the program, Veronica will channel Eloheim to gain their insight on the learning process, on channeling as a form of teaching, and on how acquiring greater skills as students and teachers can help us transform the experience of being human.
Elizabeth J. K. Erickson enjoys blending musical styles and bringing her music to unusual places. She is currently a cellist with the Healdsburg Philharmonia and teaches all ages, levels, backgrounds, and interests. She believes firmly in the importance of music education for families of all income levels and gladly provides scholarships and opportunities for barter. Please visit http://www.knightlizardmusic.com.
When Liz is not making music or wrangling children she can be found reading, knitting, or finding more ways to squeeze a farm into a residential lot. Her personal blog is http://wordwinding.wordpress.com.
Join us on the Awakening Zone http://www.awakeningzone.com/Episode.aspx?EpisodeID=3100
Kiley's World is the place to learn about the current trendsetters of the poetry, spoken word, and musical world. Hear the interviews, enter their lives and learn of their passions then stick around for the hottest open mic to grace the airwaves.
We care about what you care about so bring your strongest work, test out your new pieces, be our guest for time that the spotlight is on you. Pens up, write on....
900 Seconds welcomes Geoge Erickson
George has had the priveledge of working with Davd J, formerly of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets. They have a few videos (see links below) and some studio recordings in the works. George will be telling us about is touring experirance with Adrian H and the Wounds as well as being in the studio with David J.
George also as worked with a Russian Folk Dancing band- Chernova- see link below.
Please contact him through his Facebook page for SWAG.
LINKS: Adrian H. and the Wounds
Cookies and Cocaine: http://youtu.be/jxQWcEjDFoM
That Hurts: http://youtu.be/GOzhJpp_6UQ
Bad Man: http://youtu.be/UR4gMPRX6h4
Chim Chimeree: http://youtu.be/2s13kIrd86w
w/ David J and Adrian H and the Wounds-
No New Tale To Tell: http://youtu.be/nEOzndn_3Hk
Toxic (B. Spears): http://youtu.be/WvFaGzh9Cxw
What wonderful things are young Africans all over the world doing for the continent?
This week host Twaambo Kapilikisha speaks to a young Zambian Erick Waldschütz about his organisation ‘Fortuna für Sambia’ which collects football equipment in Germany and sends them to young people in Zambia.
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The Gateway Pundit news aggregator published by Jim Hoft had its best month ever -- hitting 12 million views in the month of August. The St. Louis-based blog was at the heart of what went down in #Ferguson, and Jim kept up with events as they unfolded, reporting ahead of any other media and breaking stories. The media quickly turned to GWP, and Drudge linked it several times on the DrudgeReport.
Tonight we talk with Jim on a range of topics which will include: new media v. old - the steady evolution of blogging from the early days to now
The history of GWP
Challenges of running a daily news aggregator
Tips for other citizen journalists who might be just starting out
Pitfalls to be aware of
And how some have parlayed their blog writing to branch out into other media (example: Erick Erickson/RedState to radio and Rush Limbaugh fill in; Dana Loesch/to radio/TheBlaze TV.
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