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In celebration of National Poetry Month Conversations LIVE host Cyrus Webb welcomes back author/poet Joy Elan to the show to discuss her book SILENCE IS NOT ALWAYS GOLDEN.
Poetry is an art possesed by those who love life and all the experiences it has to offer. Not avoiding every sitiation but diving into the essence of the reality it presents. Sharing poetry is like opening the portals of ones sould and recovering through the majesty of God's words. Write the vision and make ti plain the Bible reminds those who have the gift to fear not and enter in. Let the reader open the door, let the hearer open the heart and let us welcome Rashawna Golden. A local artist as she shares her poems. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts supporters and friends and family on this day. My heart adops you and your gift on the Voice of Joy. Pastor Yolanda.
Pastor Jim Anderson will bring the message for today. Trust he can and will speak for all he represents for the gospel of Jesus Christ. A master of the Word of God and a friend to the kingdom of all mankind. What an annointed message God has in store through Pastor Jim Anderson. Thank you.. Don't miss this broadcast.
Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online we will be talking to author and spoken word artist Joy Élan.
Challenged with hearing loss she has overcome insurmountable obstacles to become an award-winning spoken word artist and author.
Currently working with urban youth in the San Francisco Bay Area, Joy is here to tell you all about her latest book" Silence Is Not Always Golden: A Poetic Revolution". Don't miss a minute of this compelling interview...Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show Online!!
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author and songwriter Brent LeVasseur to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what led to the creation of Aoleon: The Martian Girl and what it's been like to share her with the world. Brent will be joined by recording artist Elan Noelle who performs the single ANOTHER WORLD which is inspired by Aoleon's journey.
Stay connected with Aoleon's journey at www.aoleonthemartiangirl.com. You can find out more about Elan Noelle at www.elannoelle.com.
Huntsville’s own Marc Lacy, a graduate of Alabama A&M University is a nationally renowned, award winning poet/author and a lecturer. He has performed all over the country at many national literary events and spoken word venues. Marc is also a seasoned freelance writer and a blogger for The Man-Ologist Blogs. Along with writing and performance, Marc utilizes his wordsmith talent and poetic flair as he facilitates lectures, conducts workshops, and delivers motivational speeches concerning writing, communication, and self - development. Additionally, Lacy is a cast member of the new hit webisode, The Men’s Room. Marc credits his faith in God and love of family forproviding energy he needs to succeed.
Award winning playwright/director/producer Jeanette W. Hill is the founder and executive director of JWHill Productions and Sight Ain’t Seeing Productions (SASP), a non-profit creative arts organization thatprovides original and educational programs for under-represented and under-served urban areas. Her passion is creating works that represent African Americans as a vibrant and resilient community.
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Author, writer and poet, Mark De Pena, is our VIP Special Guest Star on today's show! Coming to us LIVE from Australia Mark is an avid surfer, great story teller, incredible friend and talented poet!
Mark will be sharing his love of poetry, and reading several selections from his vast libary of tales!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask Mark a question or chime in!
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Meet Adriano Bulla, a servant of Calliope. Born in Italy and lives in London. His publishing journey started in 2005 when his first collection of poetry, Ybo' and Other Lies hit the shelves. He has since published:
a surreal and unusual novel, The Road to London, which mixes poetry and prose (reading at the end of the interview)
a collection of short stories, Tales for the Free Mind and Open Heart
a second book of poetry, Queer Poems
a study on Dante and Coleridge and a grammar book.
His constant search for new and innovative forms in Literature, intense and unusual imagery has been accompanied by a growing awareness of social and psychological issues.
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In our first hour we will chat with Paul DeThroe, dark fiction author hailing from Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. He’s been a camera/darkroom operator, film stripper, printer, production manager, and a soldier. His main duties now are raising his children and writing and then hustling his works of terror to an unsuspecting public. DeThroe’s novels include The Devil’s Prophet (2012), Suffer the Witch Chronicles Vol. 1, Rise of the Raven Knights (2013), Vol. 2, The Dragon-Wizard’s Crystal Skull (2014), and soon to released, Vol. 3, Quest of the Fire Dragon (2015). In 2015, DeThroe will release Darker than Black Horror Anthology, the first collection in what will be a series of dark fiction anthologies. Following soon after will be his take on dystopia & speculative fiction, Nightmare Worlds (May 2015). Wicked Witches, Devils & Dragons (Oct. 2015) will appear next haunting season, and the title says it all. Twisted Tech, DeThroe’s ode to sci-fi short stories will be published in 2016. DeThroe is currently working on a futuristic sci-fi/dystopia called The Last Demigod. Early plans call for a late 2015 release.
Then in our second hour, Poet Coralie Rowe will be with us as we premier several of her Poems recorded by Viktor Aurelius. C. Rowe is new to the writing scene. Previously being a baker by trade, now a mum. Rowe found an interest in writing poetry, and has been published in several horror anthologies recently.
It will be a GREAT show! You won't want to miss it!!
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.
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