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In this edition of The Social Spitball Show, Bram Sarkowski leads a discussion on topics discussed in the previous shows or brand new topics.
There will be no featured special guests on this show, but all past guests are invited to call in and participate in the discussion. This is a caller-oriented hour long Follow Up Hour show.
Bram is looking forward to talking with you!
Having hosted three programs with the co-founders of a group called PETV: People for the Ethical Treatment of Voters, Bram Sarkowski continues to have a conversation with George, Barbara (of PETV) and any callers that join the conversation.
Being that this is a big Election Year, the conversation will most assuredly center around Voting Participation and issues that will motivate voters to go out to the polls in both the Primary and General Election seasons.
Join Bram and his guests and weigh in with your thoughts!
Show host Bram Sarkowski will be joined again by co-hosts George Fisher and Barbara Dantonio as they welcome Chris Hyepock, Democratic candidate for Governor of Nevada, as our featured guest for this episode.
Other newsworthy guests will be joining us as well.
We will discuss a variety of other issues related to candidate filing periods and upcoming primaries in many states across this nation.
Professor David Morrell returns to Authors on the Air in a rare interview about his passion for music, especially Frank Sinatra. David and host Pam Stack will discuss the reasons why he believes that Sinatra was the most influential singer of his time. We'll also discuss his extensive backlist of books, the International Thrillers Writers, love and loss and more. This will be the most personal interview you will hear about this legendary author. Check out David's Amazon author page at http://amzn.to/1NepYoh. David Morrell is the author of FIRST BLOOD, the award-winning novel in which Rambo was created. He holds a Ph. D. in American literature from Penn State and was a professor in the English department at the University of Iowa. His numerous New York Times bestsellers include the classic spy trilogy that begins with THE BROTHERHOOD OF THE ROSE, the basis for the only television mini-series to premier after a Super Bowl. The other books in the trilogy are THE FRATERNITY OF THE STONE and THE LEAGUE OF NIGHT AND FOG. An Edgar, Anthony, and Macavity nominee, Morrell is the recipient of three Bram Stoker awards and the prestigious Thriller Master award from the International Thriller Writers organization. His writing book, THE SUCCESSFUL NOVELIST, discusses what he has learned in his four decades as an author. His latest novel is the highly praised Victorian mystery/thriller, MURDER AS A FINE ART.
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Jay Bonansinga is the New York Times bestselling author of twenty-two books, including the Bram Stoker finalist THE BLACK MARIAH (1994), the International Thriller Writers Award finalist SHATTERED (2007), and the wildly popular WALKING DEAD novels. Jay’s work has been translated into sixteen languages, and he has been called “one of the most imaginative writers of thrillers” by the CHICAGO TRIBUNE. In the world of film, Jay has worked with George Romero (NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD), Dennis Haysbert (24), and Will Smith’s Overbrook Productions. In 2009, Jay’s directorial debut, STASH, starring Tim Kazurinsky and Marilyn Chambers, won top honors at three separate independent film festivals, as well as premiering in 50 million households on ON-DEMAND. Jay lives in the Chicago area with his wife, the photographer Jill Norton, and his two teenage boys, and is currently hard at work on the next Walking Dead book in the Woodbury quartet. You can find Jay on-line at WWW.JAYBONANSINGA.COM
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In this inaugural Thursday episode of "The Social Spitball Show Follow Up Hour with Bram Sarkowski," Bram Sarkowski will lead a discussion on three topics of great importance to him.
*The repeal of the Racial Justice Act in NC and why it was important
*Voting Rights for Ex-Felons who have served their time
*ALEC-sponsored "Stand Your Ground" laws and the recent verdicts in the trials regarding the murders of Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis.
There will be no featured special guests on this show, but all past guests are invited to call in and participate in the discussion.
Bram is looking forward to talking with you!
Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan one of your hosts. My co-host Jamie White is also joining me, and tonight we have the opportinity to chat with the award winning YA Cat Winters!
About The Author: Cat Winters's critically acclaimed debut novel, IN THE SHADOW OF BLACKBIRDS, was named a 2014 Morris Award Finalist, a School Library Journal Best Book of 2013, a 2014 Best Fiction for Young Adults pick, and a 2013 Bram Stoker Award Nominee. Her second novel, THE CURE FOR DREAMING, was named to ALA's 2015 Amelia Bloomer Project, the 2014 Tiptree Award Longlist, and VOYA's 2014 Best Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror. Her first novel for adults, THE UNINVITED, debuted in 2015, and her upcoming novels include THE STEEP AND THORNY WAY (YA fiction, March 2016) and YESTERNIGHT (adult fiction, October 2016). She is also a contributor to the 2015 YA horror anthology SLASHER GIRLS & MONSTER BOYS. Cat lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband and two kids. Visit her online at www.catwinters.com.
Nothing's more dangerous than a wounded wolf!
Injured by an explosion, homicide detective Nick Lupo should heal right up... because he's a werewolf! But something keeps him from shifting into wolf form, making him unable to heal. New Mafia boss Joe Rabbioso is after Lupo, seeking his very brutal form of revenge, and he thinks he has Lupo on the ropes. Can loyal Jessie Hawkins and Lupo's partner, DiSanto, find Lupo before the hunter? Nick has a lot to deal with -- but only if he can manage to heal his wounded body first!
W.D. Gagliani is the author of the novels Wolf’s Trap, Wolf’s Gambit, Wolf’s Bluff, Wolf’s Edge, Wolf’s Cut, Wolf’s Blind (upcoming), and Savage Nights. Wolf’s Trap was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award in 2004. He has published fiction and nonfiction in numerous anthologies and publications such as Robert Bloch’s Psychos, Undead Tales, More Monsters From Memphis, The Midnighters Club. His book reviews and nonfiction have been included in, among others, The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Chizine, HorrorWorld, Cemetery Dance, Hellnotes, Science Fiction Chronicle, The Scream Factory, The Writer magazine, and the books Thrillers: 100 Must Reads, They Bite, and On Writing Horror.
Visit Thorne & Cross at their websites: tamarathorne.com and alistaircross.com
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Nate and Bram sat down (super late night) after the Warriors' win over the Lakers to discuss the game, Draymond Green's ascendancy, Klay Thompson as enigma, "the mistake of wanting more," and how we each relate to sports.
This one really got off into some uncharted territory, including a strange musical interlude.
Primaries, International turmoil and party infighting...OH MY!!!
"Your Man in Amsterdam" Bram Sarkowski will guide you and other listeners through these potential topics and more.
This follow up hour show format doesn't automatically have special guests because the special guest is YOU when you raise your voice.
Call (646) 478-3349 to listen in or to get on the show. Bram is looking forward to hearing from you!
Let's get the conversation going...
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Tonight your host is Elizabeth Black. Her guest is Joe Lansdale
Joe Lansdale has written novels and stories in many genres, including Western, horror, science fiction, mystery, and suspense. He has also written for comics as well as Batman: The Animated Series. He has written 45 novels and published 30 short story collections along with many chapbooks and comic book adaptations. Several of his novels have been adapted to film.
Frequent features of Lansdale's writing are usually deeply ironic, strange or absurd situations or characters, such as Elvis and JFK battling a soul-sucking Egyptian mummy in a nursing home (the plot of his Bram Stoker Award-nominated novella, Bubba Ho-Tep, which was made into a movie by Don Coscarelli). He is the winner of the British Fantasy Award, the American Horror Award, the Edgar Award, and ten Bram Stoker Awards. In 2007 he received the World Horror Convention Grand Master Award.
His Hap and Leonard series of nine novels and three novellas feature two friends, Hap Collins and Leonard Pine, who live in the fictional town of Laborde, in East Texas, and find themselves solving a variety of often unpleasant crimes. The characters themselves are an unlikely pairing; Hap is a white working class laborer in his mid forties who once protested against the war in Vietnam and spent time in federal prison rather than be drafted and Leonard is a gay black Vietnam vet. Both of them are accomplished fighters, and the stories (told from Hap's narrative point of view) feature a great deal of violence, profanity and sex. Lansdale paints a picture of East Texas which is essentially "good" but blighted by racism, ignorance, urban and rural deprivation and corruption in public officials. Some of the subject matter is extremely dark, and includes scenes of brutal violence. These novels are also characterized by sharp humor and "wisecracking" dialogue.
Bram Kincheloe, Nate Parham, and Ivan Bettger are back immediately following the win against the Indiana Pacers. The Warriors move to 23-0 but Klay Thompson succumbs to an ankle injury. We discuss the possible fallout and how the team dynamic changes without Thompson and Harrison Barnes. We also discuss Jim Barnett, the unbelievable streak, and what it'll take for the Warriors to finally lose.
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