• 01:55

    Friday FARcast: On The Road With Richard Grossinger

    in Paranormal

    On today's show, I'm joined by my good friend, author, publisher, thinker, Richard Grossinger.  Richard has written epic bi-opics like "Out Of Babylon," and "New Moon" as well as a number of books on plant medicine and homeopathy.  He's one of the great, observational minds of our time and his ability to synthesize wide and often abstract perspectives, often in a stunning use of the English, language.


    Richard is currently en-route to Maine leaving California after many years.  We'll be getting some of his unique observations and perspectives from the road.


    In hour number two, I'll be dissecting the current crisis going down at America's borders, specifically, here in Texas, ground zero of the southern, human surge.


    Please join me.

  • 00:44

    Elizabeth Cox | Tiferet Talk with Donna Baier-Stein

    in Writing

    Please join us for a conversation with award-winning novelist, short story writer, poet, essayist and creative writing professor Elizabeth Cox.


    Cox received the Robert Penn Warren Award for Fiction and was inducted into the Fellowship of Southern Writers in 2011. Her novel Night Talk received the Lillian Smith Award from the Southern Regional Council, the University of Georgia Libraries and Georgia Center for the Book.


    In addition to four novels, Cox has published a recent collection of poetry I Have Told You and Told You and a collection of short stories called Bargains in the Real World. Of this story collection, poet Mary Oliver wrote, "Those who know Elizabeth Cox as a person and as a writer know that she is continually courageous and melodious and has never yet softened the difficult facts of the world. Her stories are treasures, full of truth, possibility, and beauty."


    Two of her stories have been featured on NPR; “The Third of July” was an O’Henry Prize winner.


    Cox has also received the North Carolina Fiction Award - Individual Artist Grant, a Massachusetts Arts Council Grant, and Fellowships from Yaddo and MacDowell writers’ colonies.


    She was the 2003 Jack Kerouac Writer-in-Residence at the University of Massachusetts Lowell and has also taught at Duke University, University of Michigan, Tufts University, Boston University, the Bennington Low Residency Program, and MIT. She recently retired from the John Cobb Chair of Humanities at South Carolina's Wofford College, a chair she shared with her husband C. Michael Curtis.


    Tiferet Journal is pleased to also offer to you our multiple award-winning The Tiferet Talk Interviews book. This book includes 12 exceptional interviews. It can be purchased in both print and Kindle formats at this link on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/bu8m2zs

  • 00:20

    ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic

    in Poetry

    Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME: 4PM  west coast / 7PM east coast time CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213

  • 01:06

    ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic

    in Poetry

    Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME: 4pm west coast / 7pm east coast time CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213

  • 01:28

    ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic

    in Poetry

    Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213

  • 00:51

    ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic

    in Poetry

    Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME:  CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213

  • 01:23

    ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic

    in Poetry

    Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME: 4PM  west coast / 7PM east coast time CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213

  • 00:46

    Birdine L. Remaley Jr. "Poetry & Other Stories"

    in Books

    Birdine L Remaley Jr


    Has an Associate's Degree in Paralegal Studies from Duff's Business Institute in Pittsburgh PA.

    His Interests and Hobbies:

    Read
    Music
    Movies
    Law, Legal Issues & Cases, & Politics

    Encouraged Reading:
    Half the House by Richard Hoffman
    Without Paradise by Richard Hoffman
    Sins of the Son by Carlton Stowers
    On The Road by Jack Kerouac:
    Forever Spoken edited by Howard Ely
    Tarantula by Bob Dylan
    Journey Into Darkness by John Douglas & Mark Olshaker



    http://www.buzzle.com/authors.asp?author...


     




    birdinel.remaleyjr@facebook.com



  • 01:31

    ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic

    in Poetry

    Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME: 4pm west coast / 7pm east coast time CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213

  • 01:36

    ~Re-Verse~ Classic Poetry Open Mic

    in Poetry

    Who is your favorite classic poet, Poe, Wilde, Byron, Browning, Yeats, Keats, Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, perhaps even newer, Billy Collins, Mary Oliver, Kay Ryan? Read your favorite classic poet, read poems that inspire you, touch you, have special meaning. COME share in a celebration of our poetic history. You must first know from where you come, before you can know where you are going. Join us tonight for a very special episode of RE-VERSE CLASSIC POETRY OPEN MIC TIME: 4PM  west coast / 7PM east coast time CALL IN NUMBER: (347) 327-9213

  • 01:13

    ALAN KAUFMAN, BRENDA KNIGHT: THE BEAT GENERATION

    in Entertainment

    They were a group of American post-World War II writers who came to be known as The Beat Generation. They were a cultural phenomena that both documented and inspired. Wednesday, May 14, 3 pm ET The Halli Casser-Jayne Show brings you the voices of The Beat Generation in a conversation with San Francisco author and poet Alan Kaufman, author and publisher Brenda Knight, and founder and curator of The Beat Museum Jerry Cimino.


    Alan Kaufman is the author of two critically acclaimed memoirs Jew Boy and Drunken Angel and a novel Matches. Praised by authors as diverse as Hubert Selby Jr, Dave Eggars and David Mamet, he is also the editor of the bestselling anthologies The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry and more. He recently co-directed The Allen Ginsberg Festival and is co-founder with Clayton Patterson of The Acker Awards, an annual tribute given to members of the international avant garde underground. His works have been translated and appeared internationally.


    Brenda Knight is a twenty-year publishing veteran, starting at Harper Collins. She is the author of American Book Award-winning Women of the Beat Generation. She has worked with many bestselling authors including Mark Nepo, Phil Cousineau, and Paolo Coehlo. She is founding editor of Viva Editions, a division of Cleis Press.


    Jerry Cimino is the founder of The Beat Museum, which began in 2003 in Monterey, California and moved to San Francisco in 2006. The museum is dedicated to spreading the spirit of The Beat Generation, which is defined as tolerance, compassion and having the courage to live individual truth. The Beat Museum is home to an extensive collection of Beat memorabilia, including original manuscripts and first editions, letters, personal effects and cultural ephemera. 


    Alan Kaufman, Brenda Knight, Jerry Cimino: The Beat Generation on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, May 14, 3 pm ET Listen online http://bit.ly/U4EEMd.

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