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The DC Poetry Project's "Poets on Fire" Weekly open-mic poetry show airs every Wednesday at 8pm EST / 5pm PST! Hosted by Dr. Michael Anthony Ingram, Executive Director of the DC Poetry Project, this show offers poets, spoken word artists and other writers opportunities to openly celebrate their love for words in all its forms. Come share or listen to poems, prose, songs, or any other style of expression with an audience of open minds and ears. We maybe physically located in Washington DC, but our love for poetry is worldwide! If there are questions, please call the DC Poetry Project Office at 202-540-0327.
Creative Commons Music
Music by Lino Rise
Titles: “Channel Intro Germany,” Channel Intro Hungary," and Channel Intro Sweden."
Music by Mike Stewart
Titles: "Strutting Down the Street, Wow, So Good and Playful Children."
As National Poetry Month draws to a close, Susanna K. Green-Sawyer of Sweet Nectar Publishing and Etienne A. Gibbs of In the Author's Corner with Etienne have combined efforts on behalf of poets everywhere to present the poetry of 9 contributing poets to the Poetic Gumbo anthology in this special 2-hour event.
Poets will answer questions from the host and hostess, render their readings, and take questions or comments from the audience as time permits.
To speak to the poets directly call 642-721-9611. Visit our chat room for the links to the poets' contact information and website links.
Poet #1, Darlene Henderson, from Chicago, Illinois; lives in Tampa, Florida; her debut poem is included in the anthology.
Poet # 2, Robert DoQui, from New Orleans, Louisiana, lives in New Orleans; actor, poet, writer.
Poet # 3, Billy Hitz, from Ozone Park, New York, lives in Margate, Florida; Radio Host/Poet.
Poet # 4 Aaron Hampton, from Newport, Rhode Island; lives in Tampa, Florida; Music Artist/Poet.
Poet # 5, Kitty LaRue, from Detroit, Michigan; lives in San Antonio, Texas.
Poet # 6, Darrell Freeman Jr., from Crowley, Louisiana; lives in Lake Charles, Louisiana; Author/Poet.
Poet # 7, Justin Toney, from Wichita, Kansas; lives in Savannah, Georgia; Writer/Musician/Poet.
Poet # 8, Levi Mericle, from Tucumcari, New Mexico; lives in Tucumcari, New Mexico; was in a documentary; Poet.
Poet # 9, Enos Dade, from Brakwa, Western Ghana; lives in Tema, Ghana; considers himself a Neo Poet/Author.
Family I am happy and excited to announce that POETS ON A MISSION will be having our special guest Kerry B and his wife Queen, along with Kingdom Ink Royal family! Respect the Crown! I am over joyed that they will be joining POETS INK. I hope you are ready some fire poetry, because when they leave this mic its going to be broken! I guarantee it! Smoking hot the building will be on fire !!! Sonic BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM! Here we gooooooooo!
The Poets Without Limits is having a special show on Thursday, May 21, 2015, to Celebrate the Birthday of Co-Host Mariea Mariea. Special Guest Poets will be calling in to wish our special Lady Happy Birthday and share a poem in her honor. Join Host Charles Gentry for this very special occasion. It's gonna be a GREAT SHOW guaranteed with Open Mic and Celebrations all night. Call-In and join the Fun. The Poets Without Limits is brought to you by The Literary Corner and Executive Producer Laura Poindexter.
The Poets Without Limits Blog Talk Radio Show, hosted by Charles Gentry and co-host Mariea Mariea, is an exciting Live call in show featuring interviews with some of the top Poets and Creative Artists in the nation. Enjoy performances, open mic, giveaways, and fascinating discussions on a wide range of topics. Tonight's guest are Naomi FreeSpirit Matthews author of the book "A Poetic Journey", Rodriquez Jackson author of the book "Poetry Stew", and poet Charles Seabe Banks. Also, tonight's discussion question is "Is History still an important subject for schools to teach or should that time be spent teaching students about technology?" Call in and join us for an exciting time. The call in number for the show is 347-884-8924. Show starts at 8pm eastern, 7pm central, and 5pm pacific time and runs 2 hours.
Never too early or too late to come step to the microphone with motivational messages of truth and power, poets we are truly blessed in this artistry that we have and can be so versatile with this gift! It is an honor to have and we use it for the bettering of the community! Love all across the globe so much more on the way as we all embark on a sacred mission for success. We breath this gift, and so passionate about it..time to crank it up on a Saturday night! Whats on your mind on this late eve early morning! Come open up your hearts
Join us for our special MOTHERS DAY edition of our radio show. It's OPEN MIC all show long for poets to Call in and spit your piece then give your mother a shout out. Honor your mother living or passed on by telling us what makes your MOTHER SPECIAL. Host Charles Gentry and Co-host Mariea Mariea will be saluting all mothers on this special show. Our discussion question is, "What Makes Your Mother Special?" Call in and HONOR YOUR MOTHER ON HER SPECIAL DAY.
"The Literary Corner" presents "The Poets Without Limits" Hosted by Charles Gentry
You are all invited to join us for The Poets Without Limits, Thursday, April 30, 2015, 8pm-10pm eastern time. Join host Charles Gentry and co-host Mariea Mariea for yet another great show. Our featured guest poet will be Christine Poetically Correct Gretch. Christine will be performing some of her explosive work. We will also have, Open Mike and Live Call-ins. Plus, we invite you to call in and give your opinion on our two discussion questions, "What's Right With America?" and "What's Wrong With America." The Poets Without Limits radio show is brought to you by Executive Producer Laura Poindexter Founder/CEO of The Literary Corner. You can join us by calling in at 347-884-8924.
"The Literary Corner" presents "The Poets Without Limits" Host Charles Gentry
You are all invited to join us the evening of Thursday, February 19, 2015, for The Poets Without Limits radio show hosted by Charles Gentry with our featured guests Charles Beastking, and Abraham Benjamin. These talented poets will be performing their work and participating in tomorrow's topic question, "Is a four year college degree still relevant in the age of technology?" Join us by calling in and participating in this lively discussion. Also, call in and share your work with us during our Open Mic segment.The Poets Without Limits show is brought to you by The Literary Corner and executive producer Laura Poindexter. Our call in number is 347-884-8924.
"The Literary Corner" presents "The Poets Without Limits" Hosted by Charles Gentry
You are all invited to join us for a special Friday broadcast of The Poets Without Limits, April 10, 2015, 8pm-10pm eastern time. Join host Charles Gentry and co-host Mariea Mariea for another great show. Our featured guest poet will be Tyron Motif. This talented poet will be performing some of his work. Also, in honor of April being National Poetry Month half the show will be dedicated to Open Mike call-ins. The Poets Without Limits radio show is brought to you by The Literary Corner and executive producer Laura Poindexter. Our call in number is 347-884-8924.
In continued celebration of National Poetry Month, tonight we will feature 2 more guest poets to share in the celebration. And filling in for April will be author/publisher, Susanna K. Green-Sawyer, author of the 5-star novel, Remembering the Sweet Nectar and founder of Sweet Nectar Publishing, LLC at
First poet on the lineup is Thomas L. White, III, retired US Navy veteran who grew up in Detroit and currenlty lives in Jacksonville, Florida. From his love for Ancient History, he wrote an inspirational poetry Book, Healing of a Divided Soul. He's a contributing poet in Sweet Nectar Publishing's Poetry Anthology, Poetic Gumbo.
Up next Serenity from Miami, Florida, the author of 2 books of poetry. Visit her at:
You are all invited to join us the evening of Thursday, April 2, 2015, 8pm-10pm eastern time for The Poets Without Limits radio show hosted by Charles Gentry and co-host Mariea Mariea with our featured guests poets Hakim Nathaniel Crampton and Author Anthony Ant Monroe. These talented poets will be performing their work and participating in discussing the topic question, To Rhyme or Not To Rhyme, "Is it easier to write poetry that rhymes or poetry that doesn't rhyme?" Join us by calling in and participating in this lively discussion. Also, call in and share your work with us during our Open Mic segment.The Poets Without Limits radio show is brought to you by The Literary Corner and executive producer Laura Poindexter. Our call in number is 347-884-8924.