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Join Sonia Nadina Haynes as she interviews Barry Jakel about his newly published book, Follow The Heron's Flight Home, a book of prose and imagery.
Born in Calgary Alberta in 1948, Barry now resides on Vancouver’s North Shore. His career path included early stops in Ottawa and Calgary before beginning his goal to become a broadcaster with seventeen years in radio as an announcer and writer. It all began in 1970 with a move to 100 Mile House in British Columbia’s Cariboo Country and before it was over, his journeys took him to Quesnel, Kelowna, Vernon, and finally Vancouver’s lower mainland where he ended his broadcasting days. Barry has recently retired, after twenty-three enjoyable and memorable years in sales and marketing with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Always an optimist, (after all, he is a die-hard Chicago Cubs fan) he is now exploring new horizons with his special life partner Maria by his side.
Barry is also author of Excuse me! Your sun is in my shadow.
Purchase Barrys books at Blurb.com
In this episode of The Prose and Ivy Chicago Cubs Internet Show, host Ryan Maloney discusses Milton Bradley's suspension, the 2010 rotation and lineup outlook, takes a look at Kosuke Fukudome's career thus far with the Cubs, and explains why Ryne Sandberg shouldn't manage in the majors until 2011. Call in and share your thoughts!
Sonia Nadina Haynes welcomes Samantha Chardin writer, screenwriter and professional organizer. Sam will speak on the importance of organization for optimal productivity for the writer.
Sam Chardin has travelled the world and enjoyed the opportunity to meet every sort of person you can imagine along the way.
Sam is a citizen or permanent resident of several nations. She was born in France but has spent most of her life in English-speaking countries. She’s new to Canada and loving the friendly and beautiful people of Vancouver.
Sam recently made the switch from screenwriting to novels and created a website to showcase these works as she releases them. She’s a writing veteran, but she’s new to prose.
Sam supported her freewheeling lifestyle by working as a professional organizer. This particular skill was honed by the many friends and colleagues who saw her ability to write a lot despite a busy schedule and who wanted a piece of that magic. Sam loves to nurture other creatives by bringing peace to their home. She says that the process of organization can provide clarity to creative work in unexpected ways. You have no idea how much that over-stuffed hall closet is weighing you down!
Visit Sam's website: www.samchardin.com
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April is, as you know, National Poetry Month. Well, IWS Radio has been celebrating both on the air,on the WEBSITE and this week we're going big on the poetry. You'll hear from not just Matt-Man and Jayman, but several of our correspondents will be sharing their poetic creations too. Plus, we're encouraging everyone out there to call in with their favorite poem or an original poem of their own.
Aaaaaaand don't forget that it's also Palm Sunday and time for Passover. We've got a few thoughts on that too. Plus, Matt and Jay have just got to get into the silliness that is Favstar. People get on Twitter and are desperate for validation in the form of stars and re-tweets for their lame one liners. It really wouldn't be that big of deal if these people were actually funny and didn't take it all so seriously.
That and so much more PLUS YOUR CALLS!!!