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Our guest on the Star Chamber Show this coming week is Jerry Benns! An author, editor, blogger, and publisher, Jerry is an active and rising force in the indie book world! We will be talking about events, books, and his new company Charon Coin Press, among other topics! All the fun starts at 9pm EST, this coming Wednesday night!
For a little more about Jerry:
Jerry Benns started writing when he was quite young. However, he began seriously writing in 2010 by launching his blog, TripThroughMyMind.com. Since then, he has expanded the site to include interviews with authors, book reviews, and sections to encourage building the writing community. Jerry’s deep-seeded enjoyment of reading and writing now has him embarking on the exciting journey of publishing by launching Charon Coin Press.
In 2014, after becoming the editor for the State of Horror anthology series, Jerry pursued the opportunity to purchase the series, and others, in order to release them under his new publishing company, Charon Coin Press. Jerry brings his experience from his previous marketing/branding company, as well 15 years of experience as a networker and project manager to Charon Coin Press.
Jerry continues to write short stories for a collection to be released later in 2014. He is also currently working on the first novel in his speculative fiction series, The Meek Shall Inherit.
So join us this Wednesday in the Star Chamber, at 9pm EST and meet the wonderful Jerry Benns!
My guest this Thursday, July 24th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is Andrew Kuebeck, award-winning metalsmith and studio photographer!
Andrew Kuebeck is an instructor at Bowling Green State University. He received a BFA from Bowling Green State University in 2008 and an MFA in jewelry design and metalsmithing from Indiana University in 2011. He works in a variety of formats ranging from functional jewelry to sculptural objects and vessels. He has lectured and taught workshops nationally on the incorporation of photographic images into jewelry pieces and vessels. He exhibits widely and has had his work appear in numerous publications including 500 Enameled Objects, Wrap, Stitch, Fold, and Rivet, and Metalsmith and Niche magazines. He is currently represented by Charon Kransen Arts, New York.
"I enjoy working in a wide array of Jewelry and Metalsmithing techniques from fabrication, enameling and electroforming to traditional techniques like stone setting and casting. Currently I'm exploring work that has to deal with personal experiences and memory and how these memories and experiences manifest themselves in our lives and the objects we surround ourselves with".
Learn more about Andrew here: http://andrewkuebeck.com/Home_Page.html
view his Crafthaus profile here: http://crafthaus.ning.com/profile/AndrewKuebeck
What is the connection between Christianity, Mythology and other belief systems? Two coins for the boatman refers to a particular belief in Greek mythology that places two coins on the eyes of the dead in order to cross the river Styx into the afterlife. But do these beliefs and that of the Egyptians, Catholics and Odanism have any affiliation with the faith of Christians? You may be surprised at the connections.
Behind The Faith is a radio broadcast based on the book series Behind The Faith written by Antonio M Wilson. Available at Amazon.com, iBooks, Barnes and Noble and wherever books are sold.
Marx and Julie talk about what is happening in the world of film, TV, and web series. Plus, this week they chat with the New York Times bestselling author R.A. Salvatore about his upcoming Forgotten Realms book Charon’s Claw. But that's not all! We also talk with Erin Way, the newest cast member of SyFy Channel's Alphas.
Salvatore talks about his love of fantasy and how he created the famous fantasy character Drizzt. We also ask him why he killed an iconic Star Wars character in Vector Prime. Also, Way tells us a little about her new character and the work it took to play a superhuman character that can learn any skill. Be sure to check out this jam-packed episode.
Hosts (and filmmakers) Marx and Julie give you the latest
news on movies, television, web series, and comic books. Plus, interviews with writers, directors, producers, and actors in both independent creations and the not-so independent creations.
Where geek is sheik and pandemonium reigns supreme!
Dungeon Crawlers Radio hosted by Revan and A Guy Named Joe are two zany hosts that delve into the many facets of the World of Geek! From Comics to gaming, Author interviews and more! We have it all right here!
Tune into this show for Dungeon Crawlers Radio's interview of New York Times best-selling author, R.A. Salvatore regarding the release of his latest novel, Charon’s Claw.
Recently, Pluto made the headlines when we were told he was no longer a planet. What did this mean from an astrologer’s point of view — and therefore for all of us?
What really happened is that Pluto was found to have a whole family of newly discovered dwarf planets around him, and he was re-categorised to join this group. The astronomers named them Ceres, Charon, Makemake, Haumea, Eris and Sedna after deities from littleknown indigenous cultures. Alison Chester-Lambert has studied these choices and their influences on the human race in the 21st century. She draws meaning from their ancient myths and the events surrounding their discovery with no complicated astrological jargon.
Climate change, biodiversity, food shortages, clean energy, financial crisis… Can astrology help us understand these challenges?
Wild claims and poor astrology have fuelled a doomsday sensation regarding 2012. Alison Chester-Lambert’s in-depth analysis of the dwarf planets’ influence allows her to set the record straight and to show us how to work with the big changes and opportunities ahead.
Leah is joined by Charon & Alex. They share how they made their unconventional dream come true.
Alex Kensington and Charon Henning are living the life of the Executive Hobo, with health, success well before what one would consider retirement age. They live full time on the road in their 1966 Airstream trailer, using their time and resources to live the life that they wish for themselves and taking every opportunity to help other understand that they, too, can live in this fashion, if only they would let go of the notions they have of what it takes to have such a lifestyle..
Learn more here:http://www.defythebox.com/defy-the-box-radio/
Ms. Charon Motayne Newark CPA and Central Ward candidate for Council-at-Large joins host Rick Greene as they discuss quality of life in Newark, advocacy, lack of representation, housing, economics, cultural institutions and being out of the loop, and financial accountability; crime reduction, and senior citizens services. Ms. Motayne has been certified as a Central Ward candidate and is partnered with the Cliff Minor led Newark's Choice team.
More information about Ms. Montayne's campaign can be found on her website at www.Motayne2010.com
Politically Correct"... politics for those who are not in the know. The show seeks... 1) To enlighten Newarkers to the political process as it revolves around the candidates for the 2010 and future elections. 2) To bring forth to Newarkers the various issues affecting our city and the legislative challenges facing the incumbents in bringing resolution to those issues. 3) To boost overall awareness and to bring understanding to the average Newarker about city government and to encourage them to become more involved and therefore more effective in lobbying for their concerns.
It's not unusual for communicators to feel stifled by corporate attorneys whose counsel, often viewed as contrary to the organization's reputational interests, is rubber-stamped by CEOs. Neville and Shel will look at perceptions of lawyers by communicators, explore ways legal and communications can work together, and discuss whether attorneys' judgments are always best for the company. Our special guests include Helio Fred Garcia, president and founder of the crisis management firm LOGOS Consulting Group, and executive director of the LOGOS INSTITUTE for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership; and law academic and commentator Mike Semple Piggot, aka CharonQC, the man behind Charon QC The Blawg and Insite Law Magazine podcasts. Also joining us is Jim Golden, Chattanooga, Tennessee-based attorney specializing in negotiation of early reasonable settlements in complex accident and commercial disputes, avoiding or shortening litigation and significantly reducing client costs. Adapting theory learned at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School to the practical needs of firm clients, he provides leadership in an area of legal practice he describes as “negotiation counsel.” Golden, who has represented the trucking industry, among others, has views about what companies can and could say that run counter to what you hear from most corporate counsel..
Please join us with your questions, observations, and stories.
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