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Bruce Pavitt was born 1959 in Chicago IL. At the age of nine, he sold Christmas cards door-to-door in the summer heat, earning enough money to buy his first record player, and soon after, his first record (“Revolution” by the Beatles). A lifelong passion for music brought him to the Evergreen state college in Olympia, WA, in 1979, where he spent time as a DJ at KAOS-FM. Soon after, he started his own zine named SUB POP, which reviewed hard-to-find independent rock recordings. In 1983 Bruce moved to Seattle, where he started the SUB POP indie music column for the Rocket magazine, hosted a SUB POP radio show on KCMU-FM, was a DJ at the infamous Metropolis all ages club, as well as the Vogue and Re-Bar.In 1984, he co-founded Fallout Records, the first indie rock record store in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. In 1986 he launched the SUB POP record label with the release of a compilation album: SUB POP 100, featuring NY’s Sonic Youth and Seattle’s U-Men. In 1988, along with business partner Jonathan Poneman, Bruce opened the doors to the SUB POP offices at First and Virginia in downtown Seattle. By the early 90′s SUB POP had released recordings by Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, Mark Lanegan, Beat Happening, TAD, The Walkabouts, Steven Jessie Bernstein and helped initiate a global interest in Seattle area music.In 2012, Bruce released Experiencing Nirvana: Grunge in Europe, 1989a photo journal documenting his travel experiences with Sub Pop bands in Europe. . IN 2014, a compilation of his early Sub Pop zines and columns entitled,Sub Pop USA: The Subterranean Pop Music Anthology, 1980-1988.
Bruce Pavitt currently lives on Orcas Island in Washington State. In addition to working as the Creative Director at 8Stem he also keeps engaged in music by speaking at conferences and festivals, consulting with artists and music labels, and as a DJ.
Aline Soules' work has appeared in journals, e-zines, and anthologies such as Kenyon Review, 100 Words, and The Widow’s Handbook. Her book, The Size of the World, was co-published with The Shape of the Heart by Plain View Press. Her prose poetry/flash fiction collection, Meditation on Woman, was published by Anaphora Literary Press. Poems from this chapbook have appeared in such publications as and The Houston Literary Review. She has earned an M. A. in English, an M.S.L.S. in Library Science, and an MFA in Creative Writing. She blogs at http://alinesoules.com
Dilman Dila is a writer, filmmaker and a social activist who believes that stories are an important tool in creating a better world. Dilman was shortlisted for the prestigious Commonwealth Short Story Prize 2013, long listed for the Short Story Day Africa prize, 2013, and nominated for the 2008 Million Writers Awards for his short story, Homecoming. Dilman’s first works appeared in print in The Sunday Vision in 2001, and have since featured in several e-zines and book anthologies, including the African Roar 2013, Storymoja, and Gowanus Books. His first novella, a romance, Cranes Crest at Sunset, was released in 2013 during the Hay Festival in Nairobi. www.dilmandila.com
‘A Killing in the Sun’ is a collection of speculative fiction from Africa. It draws from the rich oral culture of the author’s childhood, to tell a wide variety of stories. Some of the stories are set in a futuristic Africa, where technology has transformed everyday life and a dark force rules. Others are set in the present day, with refugee aliens from outer space, ghosts haunting brides and grooms, evil scientists stalking villages, and greedy corporations creating apocalypses. There are murder mysteries, tales of reincarnation and of the walking dead, and alternative worlds whose themes any reader will identify with. This collection is deftly crafted, running along the thin boundary of speculative and literary genres.
Author of Ellie Stanton and Terminal Romantic of the Heller Park series joins host Lori Hays on Reverie Radio for a conversation and other things. These books are Lori's favorite of the year!
Aurora Zahni is a former rebel who's trying to bring a little bit of Judy Blume and Sylvia Plath to the Twilight Generation. Over the years he has given half-assed / full throttle contributions to numerous zines and blogs, written a web movie and done significantly well in countless competitive eating events.
This is sure to be an entertaining episode, be sure to tune in!
Join us as we interview authors just beginning their literary journey. It doesn't matter how their book is published, the world agrees being a published author is a big step. We want to celebrate and spotlight these writers whose words were brought into the hands of readers. Listen in as they talk about their new experiences. Join us in jubilation, for those who are . . . Freshly Booked!
This week’s Featured Author is . . . Aurora Zahni!
A former rebel who’s trying to bring a little bit of Judy Blume and Sylvia Plath to the Twilight Generation. Over the years he has given half-assed / full throttle contributions to numerous zines and blogs, written a web movie and done significantly well in countless competitive eating events. When he was in the 8th grade, he was on the local evening news. A dead body was being lifted out of the water at a marina by the Meadowlands and you could clearly see him standing in the background watching, looking a bit excited for the camera. Looking back it may have been the highlight of his entire childhood.
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Join authors Tricia Andersen and Heidi Sieverding as they interview newly published authors who have turned their dream of becoming published into reality.
Freshly Booked is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.org They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
The author of Ninety 9 reads from and talks about her new book, about band t-shirts, growing up in the 1990s (and what has and hasn't changed), on the joy of 'zines, on the conjunction of the mythical and the domestic, on the power of capturing ephemera, her upcoming projects, and lots more.
Ms. Day is a writer, contributing to E-zines around the world, and published in the Sabian Symbols International quarterly. She is also a published poet -- her E-book, Fool's Knapsack (c), is a lively collection of spiritually-motivated, romantic and travel poetry. The "fool's knapsack" is a reference to the Fool trump in the Tarot.
Timesmithing Astrology Readings are written by American MistAstrologer Misty Day. Ms. Day holds a C.A.P. (Internationally Certified Astrologer) from the International Society for Astrological Research, and is an ordained minister.
She is a practitioner of the Timesmithing Method
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Misty Day is a startlingly accurate spiritual reader, gifted with clairaudience, claircognizance, clairvoyance and clairsentience.
What I do is from a cognitive perspective, and I use the astrosymbols to create a message that speaks to the mind and soul of the individual. I also assist people in planning ahead of schedule for beneficial and challenging periods. It gives greater certainty and often promotes self-esteem.
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Dreamers Radio welcomes author Aurora Zahni to the stage!
Taken from the Amazon page:
"Aurora Zahni is a former rebel who's trying to bring a little bit of Judy Blume and Sylvia Plath to the Twilight Generation. Over the years she has given half-assed / full throttle contributions to numerous zines and blogs, written a web movie and done significantly well in countless competitive eating events.
When she was in the 8th grade she was on the local evening news. A dead body was being lifted out of the water at a marina by the Meadowlands and you could clearly see her standing in the background watching, looking a bit excited for the camera. Looking back it may have been the highlight of her entire childhood."
Join us for this very special interview, where you may be surprised who shows up on the other end!
Gary Wimmer, Jan Drake Bakke and Peg Jones host Psychics Gone Wild on Tuesday at 6pm EST - Free Psychic Readings and Angel Card Readings - Chakra Colors and Animal Totems - Amazing Lithomancy - The Psychic Art of Reading Stones - Dial 773-897-6461 and 855-345-4710 and visit www.psychicsgonewild.com for more Wild Show Times!
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Peg Jones is a Certified Angelic Life Coach, author of "Living in the Heart Place with Your Angels," and writer for several e-zines. Peg offers classes online and at The Healing Center in Beverly, Massachusetts on angel communication and understanding the connection with angels. Contact Peg at pegsangelicalwhispers.com/
Gary Wimmer Certified Psychic Intuitive, Master of Lithomancy, and Author, provides decades of amazing accurate readings throughout the USA & Europe. Via Stones, Gary interprets the pattern of one's current situation, major issues, opportunities, and how they interrelate for 12 weeks. Lithomancy reveals the light at the end of the tunnel as Gary taps into past lives, spiritual guides, karmic ties, discarnate souls, and systems beneath the surface. http://garywimmer.com/psychic
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Susan Wingate chats with Erica Miner, author of mystery novel, MURDER IN THE PIT.
Violinist turned author ERICA MINER is an award-winning screenwriter, author, journalist and lecturer. From Detroit, she studied music at Boston University with Boston Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Joseph Silverstein; the New England Conservatory of Music; & the Tanglewood Music Center where she performed with sLeonard Bernstein. Erica performed with the prestigious Metropolitan Opera Company for twenty-one years, where she worked with maestro James Levine.
Erica’s screenplays have won awards in WinFemme, Santa Fe and the Writer’s Digest.
Erica penned the novel & screenplay Travels With My Lovers-winner of the fiction prize in the Direct from the Author Book Awards, the TV Series Bible for FourEver Friends (a chronicle of four teenage girls coming of age). Erica has also written the screenplay of her suspense thriller novel Murder In The Pit, published in 2010 by Twilight Times Books.
Erica lectures at workshops on writing and on opera at venues across the West Coast, including the Wagner Societies of Los Angeles, San Diego and Northern California, & on the High Seas. She is a 'top-rated' speaker for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. Topics range from "The Art of Self Re-Invention" to "Journaling for Writers: Mining the Gold of Your Own Experiences” and "Opera Meets Hollywood." Her writing has appeared in Vision Magazine, WORD San Diego, Istanbul Our City, and many E-zines.
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