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Weston began writing professionally in 1997. He won the Bram Stoker Award for his first novel, Scarecrow Gods, in 2005. His co-written collection of short stories titled Appalachian Galapagos, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize for Short Fiction. in 2008, his novella Redemption Roadshow was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award for Best Long Fiction. Weston's work has appeared in comic books (IDW Publishing), professional writing guides, magazines, anthologies, as well as his own novels.
Corrine De Winter's work appears worldwide, and has been published in over 2000 journals, magazines and books.
She is the author of the Stoker award Winning collection of poetry "The Women At Thwe Funeral," as well as the author of 7 other collections, including "Touching The Wound- Poems in Memory of Kurt Cobain," Stoker nominated "Virgin of the Apocalypse," "A Dark Ride," Tango In The 9th Circle," and her latest fiction collection "Valentines For The Dead."
She has won awards from The New York Quarterly, Triton College of Arts & Sciences, The Rhysling Award, and The Bram Stoker Award.
6 Time Pushcart nominee, De Winter has teamed up with Stephen King Artist, Glenn Chadbourne to create a graphic novel about the last days and afterlife of Jim Morrison.
She is the founder of Small World Fund for Children (1996), an organization that provides funds and gifts to familes and children in need.
She has appeared on the G4 Channel's show "Unscrewed" with Martin Sargent, as well as the Bio Channel's "The Paranormal Syndicate."
Her books are available in Kindle format or print on Amazon.com
FREE READINGS! With Solana Please call in 323-410-0043 2nd hr ... 1st hr- Corrine De Winter's work appears worldwide, and has been published in over 2000 journals, magazines and books.She is the author of the Stoker award Winning collection of poetry "The Women At Thwe Funeral," as well as the author of 7 other collections, including "Touching The Wound- Poems in Memory of Kurt Cobain," Stoker nominated "Virgin of the Apocalypse," "A Dark Ride," Tango In The 9th Circle," and her latest fiction collection "Valentines For The Dead."She has won awards from The New York Quarterly, Triton College of Arts & Sciences, The Rhysling Award, and The Bram Stoker Award.6 Time Pushcart nominee, De Winter has teamed up with Stephen King Artist, Glenn Chadbourne to create a graphic novel about the last days and afterlife of Jim Morrison.She is the founder of Small World Fund for Children (1996), an organization that provides funds and gifts to familes and children in need.She has appeared on the G4 Channel's show "Unscrewed" with Martin Sargent, as well as the Bio Channel's "The Paranormal Syndicate." http://www.corrinedewinter.com/
Kealan Patrick Burke, a Bram Stoker award winning, best selling, multi-talented authors joins host Pam Stack, for a incredible hour of discussion about his master works of psychological horror. Kealan, a NECON honoree, not only writes thrillers that chill to the bone, he designs book covers and jackets for some of literature's best known authors.
Burke is a popular blogger at http://kealanpatrick.wordpress.com/ and displayed his acting chops in Slime City Massacre. He edits horror anthologies, is a movie buff and Xbox gamer. Kealan's wicked sense of humor is on display on his Facebook page with his wry thoughts on all things macabre. You won't want to miss this interview.
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Halloween treat -- Bram Stoker, author of Dracula, perhaps the most acclaimed horror novel ever. Born in Dublin in 1847, Bram Stoker published his masterpiece, Dracula, in 1897. The book was a success, and its popularity has grown for over a century. A classic horror novel, Dracula inspired the creation of adaptations such as the 1931 film Dracula, starring Bela Lugosi. Stoker introduced the vampire character of Count Dracula and tells the story of Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England and the battle between Dracula and a group of men and women led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing. Written in the Victorian era, the novel touches on familiar issues: reason and science vs. religion and superstition, the rise of feminism, race, world domination, and breaking sexual taboos. Stoker did not invent the vampire, but he defined its modern form. Dracula has many supernatural abilities. He has superhuman strength equivalent to 20 men. Like all undead, he is immortal, but he can be killed by traditional vampire methods of wooden stakes, iron and/or steel weapons, wild rose, or holy water. The definitive way to kill him is by decapitating him preceded by impalement through the heart. The Count can defy gravity and has superhuman agility; he can climb upside down vertical surfaces in a reptilian manner. He has powerful hypnotic and telepathic abilities and is able to command animals such as bats and rats. Dracula can manipulate the weather, creating mists to mask his presence. He can take the form of bat, wolf, large dog, or fog. He can vanish and reappear somewhere else. He requires nothing but fresh blood, which rejuvenates him. “The blood is the life!” Dracula has not been out of print since it was published in 1897. After the interview, check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live.
The Gist of Freedom is pleased to present to The African Burial Ground Lower Manhattan, Playwright, Judy Tate! Judy is the Producing Artistic Director of The American Slavery Project, a theatrical response to revisionism in this country's discourse around slavery, the Civil War and Jim Crow. She is a playwright and 4 time Emmy award winning writer and the creator of "Unheard Voices" a monologue play with music collectively written for the unknown men, women and
As East's reputation grew on the L.A. session scene, so did his job calls. From that point on, East worked consistently. He toured with Loggins appearing with the singer at Live Aid in 1985. Eric Clapton heard Nathan and invited him to join his band. With keyboardist Greg Phillinganes and drummer Phil Collins, they toured the world over and performed multiple concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall which resulted in the release of Clapton's "24 Nights" CD, (1988). With Clapton, he would go on to record numerous CD's including Journeyman, August, Behind The Sun, Pilgrim, Reptile and the Multi-Grammy Award winning multi-platinum Clapton MTV Unplugged CD.In 1990, while in the studio recording Bob James' Grand Piano Canyon album, the keyboardist asked East, Lee Ritenour, and Harvey Mason if they'd be interested in forming a group where each member would be an equal partner and could contribute songs. James, who at the time held an executive position at Warner Bros.' jazz A&R department, got them a deal with the label; a couple of months later, the group now known as Fourplay began recording their debut album. Their first record, 1991′s Fourplay, sold over a million copies and remained at the number one position on Billboard's contemporary jazz charts for 33 weeks. Their next LP, 1993′s Between the Sheets, reached number one, went gold, and received a Grammy nomination. In 1995, their third gold album, Elixir, inherited the number one position from Kenny G's Breathless and remained on the charts for more than 90 weeks. Fourplay's 4 album entered the jazz charts at number one when guitarist Larry Carlton joined the band. Now, after fifteen years together, nine CD's and 5 Grammy nominations, Fourplay's X CD debuted at number one (Billboard Contemporary Jazz) remaining there for more than two months.
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8:30 PM Eastern Time Sherry Frazier - Queen of Hoopla interviews Jim Steffman Jim Steffman, winner of Moondance International Film Festival's Best Feature Screenplay Award. The screenplay, “For What It’s Worth,” was adapted from the novel “Shadow of Death” also written by Steffman and based on a true story.
SUNDAY 11/03/13 at 10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT with Host: MARY CONLEY (The Amazing Race Seasons 10 & 11 All-Stars)Join us for THE AMAZING RACE 2ND PIT STOP SHOW where we recap and discuss one of the most Exciting and Award Winning Reality Shows: THE AMAZING RACE! MARY CONLEY (Kentucky Coal Miner's wife from Season's 10 & 11) will be Hosting and sharing her insights. If YOU Love THE AMAZING RACE, and would like to call in to share your thoughts; call us at 1-347-237-5506 - or you can join us in our BlogTalk chat room and post your questions or comments there too! We'll Enjoy THE AMAZING RACE together each week, One Pit Stop at a Time!
Scott A. Kramer, LCSW, ACSW, is a psychotherapist in private practice working with the LGBTQ community in New York City. in 2007, Scott graduated SUNY Stony Brook, School of Social Welfare and started work as the Prevention Social Worker in the Youth Enrichment Services program at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in Manhattan. In 2009, he accepted the Supervising Counselor position at the Hetrick-Martin Institute and in 2010 received his SIFI certification from Columbia University School of Social Work. One of Scott's main goals as a social worker is to help empower people living with HIV/AIDS to lead a fulfilling life, free from stigma and fear. He accomplishes this by being a social worker who is open to both clients and colleagues about being a gay man and living with AIDS since 1995. In August 2010 Scott developed "Hi-fIVe - A Support Group for Gay Men Living with HIV/AIDS in New York City" a low-cost, weekly support group for adult gay men living with HIV/AIDS. "Hi-fIVe" has a monthly topic and is continually well attended. Scott is a 2010 recipient of the NASW-NYC Social Work Emerging Leader Award, and has presented at the Boston College National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS each year since 2010. He has been involved with Cycle for the Cause, a 275 mile bike ride fundraiser for the LGBT Center of Manhattan's HIV/AIDS services, as a pos-ped crew member since 2009. For more information about Scott A. Kramer, LCSW, ACSW and his work, please visit his website at www.scottakramer.com