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It is application season! Anyone active in the art fair business is deep into preparing applications for jurying into the nation's art fairs. What are the odds you'll make the cut and get into your most desired festival? Our guests are long time professionals from the business including Cindy Lerick, executive director of the Saint Louis Art Fair, Christine Berthiaume, Crafts Manager for the New Orleans Jazz Festival and Marguerite Esrock, executive director of the St. James Court Art Show.
We'll talk about:
As an intro we'll hear how each show prepares their jurors for jurying and the process of showing the jurors the applications
10 worst things you can do to sabotage your chances of "getting in"
Have paper and pencil ready. This one is sure to bring you useful information applicable to your finding success exhibiting at art fairs large and small.
This week, Michael Pietsch and Tom Bissell talk about David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Chris Jennings discusses “Paradise Now”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview authors live from the Miami Book Fair.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview the following authors: Thrity Umrigar, Jeffrey A. Lieberman, MD, Richard Polt, Harry Lembeck, M.J. (Jessica) Fievre, Asher Price, Mirta Ojito,Toni Tipton-Martin, and Rita Gabis.
Just as the Denham Amendment attempted, but failed, to prevent Fair wages for truckers in last years Highway Bill known as the FAST ACT, once again the large motor carriers (ATA) have managed to slip in the same exact provision into H.R. 4441, the Aviation Innovation, Reform, and Reauthorization Act, otherwise known as the FAA Reauthorization Bill.
The Act was introduced by the House of Representatives. The “AIRR” Act as it is called, is a bill designed to authorize aviation programs, but on pp 256-258, Title VI, Sec 611, labeled Federal Authority, the attack on driver wages was slipped in by these members of the U.S House of Transportation Committee.
Listen to our last show explaining the dangers of the Denham Amendment and read more via OOIDA's Fighting for Truckers page.
We believe this attack on wages exploits new CDL drivers. Attorney Christina Humphrey is our guest who will discuss Section A and B of the provisions within the FAA Reauthorization Bill.
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Tonight; updates on the candidates. And should we worry that China is asking for land as re-payment method in Ecuador? Also, TSA and new drug search incentives. A little history on Yankee Doodle Dandy and the ridiculous cost of college. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.
Welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club's BlogTalkRadio production of RAVE WAVES "BUY THE BOOK," where host, Marlena Smith, is joined by Author Ernestine Rose. We are discussing her memoir, RAISING THE ROSES. Join us as we explore this book and become better acquainted with Author, Ernestine Rose.
This segment of BUY THE BOOK is sponsored by Beem Weeks, Author of JAZZ BABY.
If you'd like to know how you can get your own commercial recorded or read live on one of our shows, please visit RaveReviewsByNonnieJules.wordpress.com.
This week, Bill Bryson talks about “The Road to Little Dribbling”; Jennifer Schuessler has news from the literary world; Molly Young discusses new books about productivity; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
Saddle up your horse and ride out on the trails with the Old Cowboy himself, J.C Hulsey. Relive the legends of the west through his stories and catch interviews with up-and-coming western themed artists. This weeks interview is with the legendary John D. Fie. Jr
About J.C Hulsey
J.C. Hulsey has lived in Midlothian, Texas for thirty years. He's a father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He has been married for 55 years. He enjoys Western movies and TV Shows, (especially the older ones) and reading about Mail-Order Brides. He is also the owner of six cats (all stray cats, showed up on the back porch) and one dog (rescue dog) He worked for 33 years at Bell Helicopter. He served in the USAF for five years, and the Air National Guard for four years.
He started writing songs in his early twenties. He recorded a couple of songs in the late 1960s. He started writing poetry in the 1970s to share with others. He self-published them on Amazon in 2013. He still felt the need to write something different. He tried writing a book in the 1970s, but it was never finished. In 2014, he felt the urge to write a western novel. However, he needed something different than what was on the market.
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He now has 23 books
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