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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. He has been widely reviewed and has been hailed by his contemporaries as "one of the few new writers who will help redefine the field of dark literature for the future" (Edward Lee (writer)).
Weston holds a Bachelor of Arts in American Literature from Excelsior College and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from National University (California). He travels extensively to book signings and conventions where he has been Gross Out Contest bouncer, toastmaster and guest of honor. He is a frequent speaker at libraries and schools. He has been an adjunct faculty member for Cochise Community College and runs the on-line Guerrilla Fiction Writing Workshop.
He currently lives in Sierra Vista, Arizona with his wife, and fellow author, Yvonne Navarro.
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/
No one has cracked the encrypted language of plants. Insects chirp, bees buzz, animals grow, hiss, hum and even transmit low-frequency sound waves. But plants, as far as we know, never say a thing…or do they?
Flower Power is the subject of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, September 10, 3 pm ET when Halli welcomes her guests author of the celebrated book PLANT SPIRIT MEDICINE, THE JOURNEY INTO THE HEALING WISDOM OF PLANTS Eliot Cowan and Michael Largo, author of THE BIG, BAD BOOK OF BOTANY, THE WORLD’S MOST FASCINATING FLORA.
Eliot Cowan is the founder of the Blue Deer Center in Margaretville, New York, where he provided training in Plant Spirit Medicine and other traditions. For many years, he apprenticed with the shame Don Guadalupe Gonzalez Rios, who in 2000, ritually recognized Cowan as a guide to Shamanic apprentices in the Huichol tradition. He is a member of the Council of Elders for the Temple of Sacred Fire Healing.
Michael Largo is the author of GOD’S LUNATICS, GENIUS AND HEROIN, THE PORTABLE OBITUARY, the Bram Stoker award-winning FINAL EXITS: THE ILLUSTRATED ENCYLOPEDIA OF HOW WE DIE, and three novels. He is the former editor of New York Poetry and the researcher/archivist for the film company Allied Artists.
The Power of Plants on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Wednesday, September 10, 3 pm ET online @ http://bit.ly/hcjblog
I will have special guest David Tuccaro Jr. here with me to talk about his new bestselling book “Bad to the Bone”. Bad to the Bone is the true heart-wrenching story that inspires you to believe when there is no evidence of hope.
David Tuccaro Jr. is a Mikisew Cree First Nation. Born and raised in Ft. McMurray, Canada he takes you on a tumultuous journey of self-discovery through pain, hopelessness and the feeling of inadequacy. His father, a successful businessman in Canada, sets the bar so high David is fearful of aiming for it. Searching to find his purpose, he desperately attempts to live out his passion. His only reprieve is to dive inside music and find healing from there as he struggles to fit in a world that doesn’t understand him.
Unaware of his horrific fate, David captivates you with a tour through his experiences. He shares the shocking revelation of what happens when you don’t appreciate the value of life. When it’s nearly ripped from him without forewarning, David must find the courage and strength to battle something so vile and vicious, no one believes he can conquer it, because it’s Bad to the Bone!
Written by Award-winning Author and Oprah’s Ambassador of Hope, Marala Scott. The Story of David Tuccaro Jr. will give you strength and inspiration never before felt.
B.E.L.I.E.V.E. (Breathe Energetic Life Into Each Vivacious Endeavor) with host Angelique Joseph, founder of Calliste Foundation. Angelique is a counselor and life coach that holds a profound belief that we possess a brilliant energy and boundless potential within ourselves.
Her expertise includes counseling and coaching those that are recovering from trauma and/or those wanting a better relationship with themselves. Angelique can be reached at www.callistefoundation.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or 646-470-4933
You’ve got questions, they have answers! Join us as we offer a panel of experienced, energetic editors who will answer all your questions to the best of their ability. In addition to questions e-mailed in, during the live recording the phone lines are open. So call with your questions now 1-917-889-8080 Go ahead… Ask the Editors!
Tonight's panel of editors include:
Becca Calloway Butcher is Managing Editor at Voluted Tales Magazine. She has two blogs, writes, reads, and reviews books and music. Becca has been writing stories since fifth grade. She lives in North Carolina and collects pin-up and classic car art.
Arlene Prunkl of PenUltimate Editorial Services has over a dozen years of experience and 150 edited manuscripts to her credit. She provides top-calibre professional freelance editing, proofreading, manuscript consultation, and other editorial services to both self-publishing authors and those seeking traditional publication.
Lea Schizas, publisher of the award-winning MuseItUp Publishing, which opened its doors in 2010, is best known as Mother Hen, not because she clucks but because she cares about authors.
Chris Speakman is a born and bred Hamiltonian, of Ontario, Canada. She edits, reads, blogs, reads, reviews, reads, and then reads some more. Oh and there’s writing in there, lots and lots of re-writing.
Host/moderator Wt Prater facilitates Ask the Editors the first Monday night of each month at 7pm central/ 8 pm eastern. Ask the Editors 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
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Tonight's special guest is Marci A. Hamilton from NY, a returning NAASCA family member, an attorney and professor who's a national leader for legislative reform -- particularly Statute of Limitations reform -- through her website (www.sol-reform.com) -- for the protection of children from sex abuse. She's also the author of "Justice Denied: What America Must Do To Protect Its Children" and "God vs the Gavel: The Perils of Extreme Religious Liberty." Professor Hamilton has served as constitutional and federal law counsel in many important clergy sex abuse and religious land use cases in state and federal courts, and has testified before numerous state legislatures regarding elimination of the statutes of limitations for childhood sex abuse. She is frequently asked to advise Congress. She is an author, lecturer, and advocate on the protection of the vulnerable from religious institutions. During 2012, she was honored as one of Pennsylvania's Women of the Year, and received the National Crime Victim Bar Association's Frank Carrington Champion of Civil Justice Award. Professor Hamilton is the co-editor of "Fundamentalism, Politics and the Law" (2011). She is currently a bi-monthly columnist for www.justia.com and was a bi-monthly columnist for www.findlaw.com for ten years.
Get to know authors Aaron Bebo and Clay Williams BEYOND their pen! Lit 'Ish uncovers some interesting facts about the authors while tapping into their creative spirit. Listen in as we discuss the Lit 'Ish topic of the week and present 2 lucky listeners with our Listener of the Week Award. Lit 'Ish is NOT your typical Literary show! Quick, simple, and entertaining. You won't want to miss this!
In September 2010 Jonathan JDOGG Lederman had a vision to help other people to excel through a radio show, Get Motivated With Jonathan JDOGG Lederman. That vision became a reality when he interviewed his forst guest M.J. Ryan, Author of The Giving Heart. It was at that moment that JDOGG realized he could empower and inspire others with a positive message. He began to interview people like Maurice DiMino, The Sicilian Mentor and decided he would make his show a show for thse interested in spiritual and personal development. JDOGG quickly started to book guests like Kimberly West, Lisa McCourt, Becca Tebon, Coach Shantel Smith, Ryan Lowe, Josh Hinds, Tina Pugliese, Dana Gore, and other leaders in the personal and spiritual development field. JDOGG encourages his listeners to call in with questions. JDOGG has received great feedback at email@example.com on how his show is positively impacting lives.
JDOGG has an interesting background that truly shows his commitment to showing his listeners that service to humanity is the best work of life. JDOGG has served as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in The Philippines. He has been active in The Jaycees and with The American Cancer Society. JDOGG's awards and accomplishments are numerous including raising over $30,000 for The American Cancer Society Relay For Life. He has been honored with a Governor's Point of Light Award, The 2008 Hope Award from The American cancer Society, The WRMF Radio Hometown Hero Award, The U.S. Jaycees John H. Armbruster Award, and a Junior Chamber International Senatrship.
JDOGG is on a mission to hep his listeners to step into their power, discover their greatness, and to create the propserity that is their birthright.
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Guest: Desire green of Hello sukio.com
Kimberly Ward is the creative force behind the design firm Kimberly and Cameron Interiors. Kimberly has been featured on HGTV and in numerous national publications including Uptown Magazine andHouse Beautiful. Since opening her doors in 2002, she has decorated over 60,000 square feet of residential and small commercial spaces. She is the creator of the award-winning design blog Pinkeggshell which she uses to share design trends and inspirations with readers all over the world. In 2011 Kimberly launched a movement to celebrate other African- American Interior Designers.