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Have you been contacted by a loved one who has died? After-death communication (ADC) is probably as old as mankind, but ours is the first complete research study of this field. These spiritual experiences are extremely common, and in many other parts of the world they are discussed openly and freely. Between 1988 & 1995, Bill Guggenheim and Judy Guggenheim interviewed 2,000 people who live in all fifty American states and the ten Canadian provinces. Ranging in age from children to the elde
Tonight your Host and Medium Pamela Marie Edmunds will have Author Bill Guggenheim as her guest. They will be discussing his book "Hello From Heaven" and After Death Communication. More About Bill Guggenheim; Bill Guggenheim is a pioneer in the field of After-Death Communication (ADC) experiences. He is considered to be the "father of ADC research” and has written and spoken on this subject for 25 years. Bill and his former wife, Judy Guggenheim, founded, defi
Bill Guggenheim and his former wife, Judy Guggenheim, conducted sevenyears of research on After-Death Communication (ADC) for their best-sellingbook, Hello From Heaven! During this time they interviewed 2,000 people andcollected more than 3,300 firsthand accounts of ADC experiences. Bill is on the Board of Advisors of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS)and is a member of the Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC).
Bring along your Dramamine when you tune in to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, 10/23 at 3 pm ET. You are in for a whirlwind trip around the globe with three esteemed authors.
The inspiration for Robert Antoni’s writing is his family history in Trinidad, and his upbringing in the Bahamas. He is the author of three novels, Divina Trace, Blessed is the Fruit, and Carnival. His latest historical novel is As Flies to Whatless Boys, charts his family’s 1845 emigration from England to Trinidad as part of an experimental utopian society. Antoni was awarded the Commonwealth Writers Prize and a NEA Grant. His short fiction was chosen for the Aga Kahn Prize by the Paris Review.
Ruth Behar was born in Cuba and grew up in New York. She is the Victor Haim Perera Collegiate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. She is a recipient of a MacArthur “genius” Award and a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. Her non-fiction books include Translated Woman: Crossing the Border with Esperanza's Story, The Vulnerable Observer: Anthropology That Breaks Your Heart, and An Island Called Home: Returning to Jewish Cuba. Her most recent book is Traveling Heavy: A Memoir in Between Journeys. Behar is both an immigrant child uprooted from Cuba and a woman whose job it is to travel and return home with stories.
Michael Deibert is the author of Democratic Republic of Congo: Between Hope and Despair, Notes from the Last Testament: The Struggle for Haiti. His writing has appeared in the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, the Guardian, the Miami Herald, Le Monde Diplomatique, and the World Policy Journal.. He has been a featured commentator on international affairs for the BBC, Channel 4, Al Jazeera, National Public Radio, WNYC New York Public Radio and KPFK Pafica Radio.
Please join Melissa Studdard and Tiferet Journal on 10/21/13, from 1-1:30 PM EST, for a conversation with renowned poet and critic, Alfred Corn. Studdard and Corn will discuss Corn’s most recent collection of poetry, Tables, among other things literary and spiritual.
Corn is a frequent reviewer for The New York Times Book Review and The Nation, and, in addition to poetry, has published a novel, critical essays, a prosody manual, a book of art criticism, and a Proust translation.
Corn, whose poetry has been widely anthologized, has been a recipient of the Levinson Prize from Poetry magazine, an Award in Literature from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, and fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Academy of American Poets, and the Rockefeller Study and Conference Center at Bellagio, Italy. As well, he received the Amy Clampitt Residency in 2004.
Of Corn’s poetry, Carolyn Forché, of The Lambda Book Report, says, "Corn's formal range is everywhere apparent. He even attempts sapphics in English which closely resemble what might be accomplished in the Greek. But as he understands art to be 'always more than technical virtuosity,' his poetry never merely displays his considerable poetic skills, but rather becomes a mode of thought, an inquiry into art and passion, the limits of mastery, mortality, divinity, and the possible destiny of the human soul."
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Jeff Cardoni’s talents range from intimate independent fare to full orchestral majesty. With over 30 feature film scores and several network series to his credit, one can hear his work worldwide every day. His unique ability to cross genres has made him a powerful player in the film composing industry.His body of work ranges from studio features films such as Just Friends for New Line, Open Season 3 for Sony, Firehouse Dog for Fox, Miss March, and the latest in the American Pie franchise, to television scores such as the CBS drama The Defenders with James Belushi, Wilfred starring Elijah Wood, The League on FX, and the worldwide Jerry Bruckheimer produced hit CSI:Miami. He has also worked extensively in independent film, including the Sundance hit The Vicious Kind, directed by Lee Toland Krieger and produced by Neil Labute and Oscar nominated director Roland Joffe’sYou and I. Other highlights including creating a new live score for the 2011 Super Bowl on Fox, recorded with an 80 piece orchestra in the world famous Dvorak Concert Hall in Prague.Recent scores include the Oscar-winning Davis Guggenheim directed documentaryTeach, the new drama series Full Circle for DirecTV written by Neil Labute, and the upcoming The Michael J Fox Show for NBC. Films slated for release later this fall include drama A Perfect Man starring Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan) and Jean Tripplehorn (Basic Instinct),The Secret Lives Of Dorks, produced by Steven J. Wolfe (500 Days Of Summer), and Authors Anonymous starring Kaley Cuocco, Teri Polo, Tricia Helfer, and the late Dennis Farina.You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film
Career MilestonesIn 2001, Chris was invited to exhibit BEHUMANART at The Guggenheim Museum in New York. It is an honor that has been bestowed on very few of her colleagues. Chris’ apparel was on display and she gave a live performance piece representing the indigenous influence in the Brazilian culture through the use of body painting "It was an honor and so important for me representing my country in "Brazil, Body and Soul. All of my art was accessible.In 2002, she was paired with Master Pastry Chef, Francois Payard in the International Chocolate Show, and designed a dress for the fashion show made entirely from chocolate. It was the only chocolate garment chosen for exhibition by the Museum of Natural History - New York. From that year on, she was invited to design for the annual show.In 2003 Chris premiered her ready to wear collection during New York Fashion Week.In 2004, she mass-produced and distributed the her line for the first time.Since 2004, Chris has been developing her line of Brazilian Bikinis, crafted entirely in her native Brazil, and working out the details for mass distribution. She continues to show her collections of ready to wear and couture and to perform and promote her indigenous culture.In 2005 Chris moved to Hawaii and created her line of Bikinis, and Resort wear"BRASIL SEGREDO".In 2009 Chris moved back to NYC, and incorporated her multimedia talents as an actor and singer, performing in the city.2011- Chris launched her first music album: "BERIMBAU REGGAE" a mix of electronic and organic beats recorded and produced in Hawaii.In 2012- Chris went to Brazil and opened her new season of Art work showing her paints at PINDORAMA Arte Brasileira in Trancoso Bahia .
Dr. David E. Guggenheim is president of 1planet1ocean as well as a consultant in conservation policy and science based in Washington, DC, providing services to clients in the nonprofit sector, governmental agencies, and private industry, including leading research and conservation efforts in Cuba, implementing the recommendations of the U.S. Commission on Ocean Policy and the Pew Oceans Commission in coastal states, and advancing next-generation sustainable aquaculture practices as an alternativ
Her work has been included in recent volumes of Best American Poetry and The Pushcart Prize Anthology. Her poetry has been supported by fellowships and awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Massachusetts Cultural Council, and the American Poetry Review. In 2005, she held the Rubin Distinguished Chair at Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia. - See more at: http://www.poets.org/poet.php/prmPID/1330#sthash.EA67ogjv.dpuf
Natonne Elaine Kemp welcomes author Sydney Nathans, Ph.D. for a discussion of his book TO FREE A FAMILY!
TO FREE A FAMILY is the story of Mary Walker, an enslaved woman from North Carolina who escaped bondage in 1848, left her children and mother behind, and spent seventeen years seeking to recover them through ransom, ruse, or rescue.
Using the records of her one-time owners, the vast and vivid letters of the white antislavery couple who befriended and helped her, and an arsenal of social history sources, the book reconstructs her experience in bondage and brings to life the anguished but unrelenting quest to liberate her family.
Her story illustrates a hidden epic of emancipation--the secret striving of refugees from slavery to redeem one family at a time--which paralleled the great social movement to end slavery altogether. TO FREE A FAMILY is the 2013 recipient of the Darlene Clark Hine Award of the Organization of American Historians as the best book in African-American Women's and Gender History.
The Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery,Resistance, and Abolition at Yale University jury for the Center’s Frederick Douglass Book Prize has selected To Free a Family: The Journey of Mary Walker, as one of three finalists for this year’s award.
Sydney Nathans, Ph.D. is the Professor Emeritus of History at Duke University and a recipient of fellowships from the Guggenheim and Rockefeller Foundations.
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This week on Fieldstone Common, Marian Pierre-Louis interviews Megan Marshall, author of Margaret Fuller: A New American Life.
From an early age, Margaret Fuller provoked and dazzled New England’s intellectual elite. Her famous Conversations changed women’s sense of how they could think and live; her editorship of the Transcendentalist literary journal the Dial shaped American Romanticism. Marshall tells the story of how Fuller, tired of Boston, accepted Horace Greeley’s offer to be the New-York Tribune’s front-page columnist. The move unleashed a crusading concern for the urban poor and the plight of prostitutes, and a late-in-life hunger for passionate experience. In Italy as a foreign correspondent, Fuller took a secret lover, a young officer in the Roman Guard; she wrote dispatches on the brutal 1849 Siege of Rome; and she gave birth to a son. Yet, when all three died in a shipwreck off Fire Island shortly after Fuller’s fortieth birthday, the sense and passion of her life’s work were eclipsed by tragedy and scandal. Marshall’s inspired account brings an American heroine back to indelible life.
Megan Marshall is the author of The Peabody Sisters, which won the Francis Parkman Prize, the Mark Lynton History Prize, the Massachusetts Book Award in Nonfiction, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in biography and memoir.A recipient of Guggenheim and NEH fellowships, Marshall teaches narrative nonfiction and the art of archival research in the MFA program at Emerson College.
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Join Melissa Studdard for an insightful conversation with prize-winning poet, translator, and essayist, Jane Hirshfield. We’ll be focusing on Hirshfield’s most recent collection, Come, Thief and discussing other works as well.
Hirshfield is the author of seven collections of poetry and a book of essays, and co-editor and co-translator of four books. Her work, which is frequently anthologized in places such as The Best Spiritual Writing, The Best American Poetry, and The Pushcart Prize Anthology, deals with subjects that range "from the metaphysical and passionate to the political, ecological, and scientific to subtle unfoldings of daily life and experience.” Her honors include The Poetry Center Book Award; the Donald Hall-Jane Kenyon Prize in American Poetry; fellowships from the Guggenheim and Rockefeller Foundations, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Academy of American Poets; Columbia University’s Translation Center Award; and the Commonwealth Club’s California Book Award and the Northern California Book Reviewers Award. In fall 2004, she was awarded the 70th Academy Fellowship for distinguished poetic achievement by The Academy of American Poets, an honor formerly held by such poets as Robert Frost, Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, and Elizabeth Bishop. In 2012, she was elected a Chancellor of the Academy.
The Christian Science Monitor calls Hirshfield’s poems, “An evocative mix of control and wildness, stunning beauty and unseen forces.”
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