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On this week's episode of A Kind Voice on Books we are so pleased to get to chat with Maer Wilson. We'll ask Maer about her Modern Magics series and the art of bringing the works of other authors to the public. To ask Maer a question, or to join the conversation, please call us at 347-850-8907, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to hear from you!
Hosted by Erin Rae
After graduation, Nisha Coleman packed her bags and headed to Paris, France. She spent three years there, performing with her violin to make a living. This week, on A Kind Voice on Books, Nisha will stop by to talk about the memoir she wrote chronicling her experiences abroad, "Busker: Stories from the Streets of Paris". We'll ask Nisha about the people she met, the music she played, and get the details about the book that describes it all. And as always, we'll talk to Nisha about her reading habits and which books she recommends as favorites. If you have a question for Nisha, please join our conversation at 347-850-8907, or email us at email@example.com. We hope you can join us!
Hosted by Erin Rae.
This week on A Kind Voice on Books, we'll get a chance to sit and talk with YA Author, Lindsey Loucks. Lindsey will join us to talk about her work as a writer, the differences between writing to connect with young people versus writing for a wider audience, and her day job as a School Librarian in rural Kansas. We'll also get the scoop on what upcoming projects Lindsey has in the works and her recommendations for books to read in the coming year. You can join us with questions for Lindsey, input on children's literacy, or book recommendations of your own, at 347-850-8907, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We hope to hear from you!
Hosted by Erin Rae.
On this week's episode we'll sit down with author Danielle DeVor. Danielle will tell us about connecting with people through her horror stories, building a community through her blog, and what it takes to be a successful author in today's ever evolving market. And, of course, we'll ask for Danielle's book recommendations before she goes. To ask Danielle a question, or to contribute to any of our conversations while we're having them, please call us at 347-850-8907, or email us at email@example.com. We hope you can join us!
On today's program we will discuss connecting our artist spirit and talents with those who came before us. We will learn about how our guest, Blues Artist Bill Phillippe,and how he connects with the music of Robert Johnson, Tom Waits and Skip James. Bill will share some of his artist processes and thoughts for musicians trying to find their voice.
Then we will discuss how the roots of A Kind Voice connect with a John Steinbeck novel called Travels with Charlie and explore some ideas about creating stories.
Hosted by David Levins
What happens when two radio hosts, one producer and host of Authenticity Radio, the other producer and host of Voice of Evolution Radio, get together and share the airwaves?
Slade Suiter of Authenticity Radio and Linda Lombardo of Voice of Evolution Radio got together on Authenticity Radio last month to talk about their views on Humanity, airwaves, authenticity and evolution. Slade describes Linda as love in action, a heart with a voice. Linda describes Slade as a kindred spirit, a soulful connection, a brilliant space holder for deep conversation.
BOB GREENBERG (Comedian & Actor)
Recently He is touring as "Morty" in OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES: Penn's Landing Playhouse, Philadelphia, Gordon Center for the Performing Arts in Owings Mills, MD, & Trinity Rep-Chace Theater in Providence, RI, the Bucks County Playhouse, New Hope, Pennsylvania and now at the George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Bob Also produces, hosts and does Stand-Up in the annual Actors' Temple Comedy Benefit.
Stand-Up credits include The Friars Club, Stand-Up NY and Broadway Comedy Club.
Recently toured with OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES in Philly, Maryland, and Providence, RI.
Recent NY Plays include The Diorama (Off-Broadway), A Modest Suggestion (Off-Broadway) and The Jazz Singer (Off-Off). Films include Dark Corner (Short), The Tailor (Short), Glow Ropes, Heartbreak Hospital, Big Money Hu$tla$ and Maid In Manhattan. TV includes SNL with host Jim Carrey, Lights Out, Next Best Thing, Letterman, Conan, Primetime Live and Law & Order. Regional Theatre: The Odd Couple, Harvey and Running In The Red. On Broadway he hosted The 39 Steps Talkback Tuesdays.
Links: Bob on Facebook: Search "Comedian Bob Greenberg"
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Interview with Activist Anani Fatiu and Actor Meshaun Labrone
Our guest tonight, Vanessa Vargas Wilson (a.k.a- Crafty Gemini) has created hundreds of videos on quilting, cooking, gardening and more. The videos on her You Tube Channel clearly explain the topic at hand, are created with enthusiasm and some humor. She is clearly having fun, sharing her kind voice and many skills.
We will learn the story behind her videos and explore some of the things she shares in these wonderful videos. If you'd like to join the conversation please call (347) 850-8907.
Hosted by David Levins
Interview with Kosha Anja Joubert the Executive Director of the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN). GEN is a growing network of sustainable communities and initiatives that bridge different cultures, countries, and continents. GEN serves as umbrella organization for ecovillages, transition town initiatives, intentional communities, and ecologically-minded individuals worldwide.
If you look at this video on you will see a story of authentic kind voices living the ideals they believe in and creating communities that embody those ideals and working outward to connect daily activities with making the world we all share, a more sustainable place.
On today’s show we will explore the Big Ideas driving this beautiful journey as well as the details of the story being created. To join the conversation, please call (347) 850-8907.
Hosted by David Levins.
Meet Miriam Jaskierowicz Arman, world renowned Vocal Pedagogue, Vocal Re-constructionist, Technician and founder of The Internatioanl Institute for Voice Development Ltd. Israel.
She is the Author of "The Voice - A Spiritual Approach to Singing, Speaking and Communicating (4 books) " and "Revealed: The Secret Codes of the Voice in the Zohar" (2015 on www.amazon.com) as well as 'The First Lesson' CD.
She lectures and teaches Master Classes around the globe. Her Videos "The Master Class" in English (41/2 hours) and Hebrew (2 3/4) are available through Amazon Video or on the web sites.
In this program, she will share, discuss and analyze the Greatest Voices of the past, teach concepts of "Giro Vocal Motion Technique" which she originated (GVMT) and which is the basis for the coveted Bel Canto Vocal Technique. The SOURCE of this work is the extarordinary Voice Production of 'The Levites of the Temple in Jerusalem' as outlined by the author of the 'Zohar' (Kabbalah) Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai in the 13th century.
This knowledge was lost, but today is de-coded by Ms. Arman and is the foundation of GVMT and her new book "The Codes".
Her conversations will be in English and sometimes in Italian. The broadcasts are planned from various locations around the world. Please visit http://www.voiceinstitute.org.il, www.musicvisions.org.il, www.miriamjaskierowiczarman.com or the MJAMJA You Tube channel for more information or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Interview with Mary Baird-Wilcock about her Apprentice Program which is a very well thought out way to improve the internship experience for both the intern and the organization. For more about the program please check out their Kickstarter Project.
If you'd like to join the conversation please call (347) 850-8907. Hosted by David Levins.