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PTSD is a serious matter that is not just limited to those who have served in the military. Meet Author Michael Womack as he shares through his latest poety book, "From a Soldier's Perspective" about the affects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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This is an encore PRE-RECORDED presentation of the Snaps Poety Cafe which originally aired on Wednesday, June 4. NO LIVE CALLS WILL BE TAKEN.
This show paid tribute and honor to Dr. Maya Angelou by reciting some of her poetry and speaking about her life's achievements.
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Join Stacy Darlene Monday night, September 14th at 6pst/8cst/9est as she interviews the one and only Jason Douglas, CEO of The Urban Release. Jason will join the show at 6pst/8cst/9est to talk about his vision for The Urban Release and why they take pride in being the voice of the urban community. Spoken word artist David King Cain will join the show at 630pst/830pst/930est to share some of his poety and at 7pst/9cst/10est the lovely Honey Goddess will join the show to discuss her modeling movement and the beautiful CEO of Black Girlz Productions, Shaneisha Dodson will join the show at 730pst/930cst/1030est to talk about how she's taking theatre by storm! This is going to be a great show!
'TWAS mercy brought me from my Pagan land,
Taught my benighted soul to understand
That there's a God, that there's a Saviour too:
Once I redemption neither sought now knew,
Some view our sable race with scornful eye,
'Their colour is a diabolic die.'
Remember, Christians, Negroes, black as Cain,
May be refin'd, and join th' angelic train.
Phillis Wheatley was the first black poet in America to publish a book. She was born on May 8, 1753 in West Africa and brought to New England in 1761, where John Wheatley of Boston purchased her as a gift for his wife. Although they brought her into the household as a slave, the Wheatleys took a great interest in Phillis’s education. Many biographers have pointed to her precocity; Wheatley learned to read and write English by the age of nine, and she became familiar with Latin, Greek, the Bible, and selected classics at an early age. She began writing poetry at thirteen.
O YE DRYBONE, tonight at 9pm/et IN the beginning was the (spoken) word and it became flesh #4 .we are asking all poets nationwide to join us for a celebration of our history of our ancestors .all poets will be given 3 min. to vibrate your words to celestial sprits. Join your host Leroy the poet , Sassy black , Ra Aku, Kimani, bro.malik and others.Let's awaken the world.To celebrate Black History Month in February—and the rich tradition of African American poetry all year long—read essays on literary milestones, important books on the subject, poems about the African American experience by both poets from the past and contemporary poets who continue to pioneer new ground, and more.
For Immediate Release October 29, 2014
Storytellers Campfire Featuring Library of Congress Inaugural "International Writing Program Showcase"
Storytellers Campfire will preview the sixteen writers featured at the Library of Congress inaugural “International Writers Program Showcase” with Guest appearance of Spokesperson and Director of the University of Iowa International Writing Program, Christopher Merrill.
Storytellers Campfire has long been an advocate of poetry, prose, short verse and has included poetry as a vital part of literacy and education, even honoring Poetry Authors, through the Marble Award Program. In view of Storytellers Campfire's own efforts, it should be no surprise they will preview the Library of Congress inaugural "International Writers Program Showcase."
Storytellers Campfire has been a fundamental part of collaborating International cultural literacy and education and through the years exhibited writing through other cultures, bringing International Guest on the radio program. The Library of Congress "International Writers Program Showcase parallels the efforts and goals of the University of Iowa International Writing and Storytellers Campfire writing programs.
On Sunday, November 02, 2014 at 8:00 PM Pacific Time; Spokesperson Christopher Merrill will make a Guest appearance at Storytellers Campfire to give their global audience a glimpse of the Iowa International Writing Program and what we can expect at the inaugural Showcase at the Library of Congress presentation.
Library of Congress Showcase participants will include writers, playwrights, poets, translators, and essayists from Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Venezuela, Israel, Afghanistan, Ghana, Egypt, India, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Greece, Iceland, Lithuania, and the Netherlands.
Dynamic, exciting, and on fire for life Denise L. Cook, known as The ORACLE, brings insight to the internet. Her new show, The ORACLE Speaks, is a call in radio show. Inspired by the ORACLE's writing and motivated by your input. Whatever the subject, The ORACLE brings knowledge and a personal understanding to the table and leaves you feeling as if you have been hugged from the inside out.
The Los Angeles Taste of Soul and YOU!
This Week's Theme: FIND
Find a G-D to know, find your true self, find the real friend and family to call your own. Find in your G-D the truth that is yours. Be careful, you might find your truth isn't what you thought it was and may be more than you thought it could be.
Find a place in your heart, room for the sous who seek to be found. You may be the haven they need to find themselves.
Find the silver lining in the tarnished and tatooed tapestry of life. It may be worn and frayed, but it's your cloak of honor to be worn with pride and the knowledge that each tear is a mark of your triumph over the inevitabilities of life.
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In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the life and contributions of the late poety and prolific writer, Dr. Maya Angelou. He gives a brief introduction of her life, her struggles and how she became well known via her writing. Angelou passed away on May 28th, 2014 and has been mourned by countless people throughout the world. May she rest in peace.
Tonight we will sit down and have a conversation with Author/Poet/ Jennifer Luv. She wears many hats, and she will tell us about her journey, and much more. She is also a songwriter and actress. She is a phenomenal Poet and writer. Please check out her website below.
She has published two books:
" Music of a Bleeding Heart"
" My love, My Words"
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