• Author, Miranda Parker

    in Books

    Author of The Evangeline Hunter Bounty Series, Miranda Parker, discusses her novel, "A Good Excuse to Be Bad".

  • Aggie Villanueva

    in Books

    Media specialist, photographer and author, Aggie Villanueva, will discuss her recent publication, "The Rewritten Word: How to Sculpt Literary Art no Matter the Genre”. She is also the founder of Promotions A La Carte.

  • 00:33

    Karla Linn Merrifield, Eight-time Puschart Prize Nominee Poet

    in Poetry

    Joy Radio is honored to interview poet Karla Linn Merrifield on 12/10/14 at 11 AM, ET.


    An eight-time Pushcart-Prize nominee and a National Park Artist-in-Residence, Karla Linn Merrifield has had some 400 poems appear in dozens of journals and anthologies. She has ten books to her credit, the newest of which are Lithic Scatter and Other Poems (Mercury Heartlink) and Attaining Canopy: Amazon Poems (FootHills Publishing). Forthcoming from Salmon Poetry is Athabaskan Fractal and Other Poems of the Far North. Her Godwit:  Poems of Canada (FootHills) received the Eiseman Award for Poetry and she received the Dr. Sherwin Howard Award for the best poetry published in Weber - The Contemporary West.  She is assistant editor and poetry book reviewer for The Centrifugal Eye (www.centrifugaleye.com), a member of the board of directors of Just Poets (Rochester, NY), and a member of the New Mexico State Poetry Society, the Florida State Poetry Society and TallGrass Writers Guild. Visit her blog, Vagabond Poet, at http://karlalinn.blogspot.com.

  • 00:31

    "Courier" author Terry Irving

    in Books

    Author and long-time journalist Terry Irving moved to Washington D.C. in 1973 to kick around for a few weeks and never looked back.


    In the nation’s capital, Irving started out riding a classic BMW R60/2 for ABC News during Watergate. Carrying that news film was the beginning of a 40-year career that has included producing Emmy Award-winning television news, writing everything from magazine articles to standup comedy and developing early forms of online media. He has traveled and worked in all 50 states plus parts of Europe, Africa and Asia.


    Irving is the winner of four National Emmy Awards, multiple Peabody, DuPont and Telly awards, plus an honor at the Columbus Film Festival. He has produced stories around the world from the fall of the Berlin Wall to Tiananmen Square. He worked as a senior live control room producer at CNN, Fox, ABC and MSNBC. He wrote and edited copy for some of the top anchors and journalists in television news including Ted Koppel, Diane Sawyer, Wolf Blitzer, and Aaron Brown.


    Irving is an active member of the International Thriller Writers and the Mystery Writers of America, and serves as a board member of the Foundation for Moral Courage.


    Irving is the author of the on-going memoir “On the Road” and the self-help book “The Unemployed Guy’s Guide to Unemployment,” both published in 2012 by Rock Creek Consulting LLC. His debut novel “Courier” released May 1, 2014 from Exhibit A Books, the crime fiction imprint of Angry Robot Books. It’s the first of several books planned for The Freelancer Series.

  • HEART Talk with Ms. E: "WIGG Up" with Valerie Lambert-Reed

    in Lifestyle

    Join Ms. E when she interviews Ms. Valerie Lambert, Founder & Director of Women Inspiring Girls to Grow, Inc.


    www.wigginc.org 


     


    WIGG, Inc. is a non-profit mentoring agency whose mission is to help at risk, middle and high school girls obtain a college degree through mentorship, life skills training and professional development.


    WIGG's pledge is:
    "To be the conduit that helps transform young women's dreams into reality"

  • 00:34

    The Awesome Nah Sun is in command of Author Talk

    in Books

    Size still matters in the mind of Chance who was once slender, but later enjoyed the thrill of sudden thickness. She struggles with dieting and working out to lose a few pounds to live thick and fit. 

    While Chance balances her shape and size, Veronique suffers in a household where her fullness is frowned upon by her father. Issues of family tradition along with her love affair with Lakim also complicate her lifestyle when she walks the thin line between pop culture and family customs. 

    Fashion shows, court dates, ex-lovers, and culture clashes pack the punch in to this drama-erotic sequel to Thick when the Chances are Slim. Feel the blaze…a Nah’Sun blaze. 

  • 00:25

    Award-winning author Mary E. Gilder discusses new book on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Relationships

    It's been three years since she has appeared on #ConversationsLIVE. Now host Cyrus Webb welcomes back award-winning author Mary E. Gilder to discuss her new book EVEN A MAN CAN HAVE A BROKEN HEART.

  • 02:01

    REELTalk: ALLEN WEST & REZA KAHLILI

    in Politics Conservative

    Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - Iran's nuclear program, the endless release of terrorists from Gitmo under the radar, Obama's Amnesty move...we'll be discussing that and more with the great ALLEN WEST. PLUS, author & former Iranian Revolutionary Guard, REZA KAHLILI will be back with us clue us in on exactly what the Iranian Regime is up to!! And actor/director Kevin Rush will be with us to share about his new book. PLUS...the top stories at the top of the show...the best of the best guests...telling it like you won't hear it anywhere else!

  • 01:32

    THE WRITERS LOUNGE PRESENTS: JIM ALLEN

    in Writing

    Join hosts Tom Riddell and Robin Eduardo as they welcome author Jim Allen to The Writers Lounge. Sit back and relax as Jim discusses what it's like to be a writer and he will also talk to us about his book: NOTHING IS AS IT APPEARS. IT IS ALL SMOKEN MIRRORS (Part #2: UFO's)


    Jim Allen, in this book, takes you on a wild ride through some of the greatest tragedies in American History. With the evidence and logic provided, the reader can come to their own conclusions as to which events exhibit cover-up and conspiracy.
    This book demonstrates that information the general public receives through media sources is often biased and manipulated in content from higher sources.

    It’s a fast, easy read and will probably have a profound psychological effect on the reader. It will leave you with an imprint that “nothing is as it appears, it’s all – Smoken Mirrors!


    *On this show we will discuss UFO's in depth (90 minute show)


    JOIN US AND LET THE STORY BEGIN!!

  • 02:02

    TAMPON CLASS... A EVENING WITH SUPER AUTHOR/POET DR. MARY E. WEEMS

    in Women

    Mary E. Weems, Ph.D. is a poet, playwright, author, performer, and imagination-intellect theorist. She is a former Poet Laureate of Cleveland Heights (April 2007 – April 2009) and the first African American.


    Dr. Weems is the author and/or co-editor of  Cleveland Poetry Scenes: A Panorama & Anthology, Poetry Power , her educational text Public Education and the Imagination-Intellect: I Speak from the Wound in My Mouth, to name a few.


    Dr.Weems work has appeared in numerous anthologies, most recently Go, Tell Michelle: African American Women Write to the New First Lady , Boomer Girls, and Spirit and Flame: An Anthology of African American Poetry.


    Dr. Weems won the Wick Chapbook Award for her collection white in 1996, and in 1997 her playAnother Way to Dance won the Chilcote award for The Most Innovative Play by an Ohio Playwright. Her most recent chapbook Tampon Class, is in its second printing.


    Her play Closure is about the foreclosure crises told from the perspective of the objects left behind opened the season at Karamu, the oldest theater in the United States to showcase the work of African American playwrights, and her new workTruth Out which explores what happens when Sojourner Truth returns to the Unitarian Stone Church where she gave her “Ain’t I a Woman” speech in 1851, which is now the Department of Jobs and Family Services, just had a dramatic reading at the Cleveland Playhouse as part of its FusionFest.


    It is my great pleasure to present to you my friend Dr. Mary E. Weems, join me as we experience... THE TAMPON CLASS.

  • 00:53

    Benjamin Scott Allen discusses tips for self-care in the holidays

    in Self Help

    Feeling the loss of the ones you will always love is daily, but special days – such as birthdays, anniversaries and holidays – can magnify all the emotions, the memories, the missing… and the love. Benjamin Scott Allen discusses 5 tips for self-care in the holidays. Get the ebook 5 Tips for Self-Care in the Holidays.


    This show is about healing loss. Whether it is the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a job, or a dream, we find ourselves lost in another world. What was before no longer is. This is the world of the Afterloss.


    It is our goal to share this world together and to help each other navigate this new experience. We are here to explore what was lost and what is left, and find a new way to relate to both. Loss is a part of life, and we all deal it differently.


    Benjamin is the author of Out of the Ashes, Healing in the AfterLoss. This book is about profound loss and forging a new path after his loved ones died. 


    When we give ourselves permission to lean into loss, this unique process of healing finds its own time and rhythm. There are parts of the Afterloss that only you know and only you can travel, but everyone who has experienced loss in one form or another knows the path has many footprints that can lead us into healing. We are not alone.


    Your hosts Benjamin Allen and Deborah Brown will share their journeys through grief into healing and create a container for others to explore, define and lean into loss of all kinds.  We meet here and now on the path to the rest of our lives, at the intersection of Loss and Hope ... may we all be blessed by sharing what we have lived and learned.

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