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  • 00:28

    Sci-Fi Director Olatunde Osunsanmi stops by #ConversationsLIVE

    in Motivation

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Sci-Fi Director Olatunde Osunsanmi to #CovnersationsLIVE to discuss his amazing journey in television and movies, what drives him and what it's like to help bring projects to life.

  • 00:19

    All Things Sci-Fi with Lewis Stockham

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to All Things Sci-Fi with your host Lewis Stockham.  Self proclaimed life-long geek and also author.  You can see more about him on his website www.lewisstockham.com.

    On this show I will talk about various aspects of the Star Trek MIrror (or Evil) Universe.  Aswell as the psychological elements related to this idea.

    We would love your feedback and to hear more about what you would like Lewis to talk about.  Feel free to email us at allthingsscifi@wrspradio.com.

    Please enjoy this episode and to hear more from Lewis, be sure to check out his regular articles in FLiP Magazine (www.flipmagazine.net).

  • 00:30

    Modern Signed Books kickoff

    in Books

    Timmy Crook, host of Modern Signed Books and blogger at http://Modernsignedbooks.blogspot.com, will be interviewing John Hutchinson of VJ Books and Norwood Press about book grading, and limited edition releases

  • 01:22

    Graphic Policy Radio: All-New, All-Different Grayson and Constantine

    in Pop Culture

    This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio, the show that mixes comics and politics. This Monday we discuss some of the latest comic news and releases!

    On tap for this Monday we'll be discussing:

    Marvel has made more and more announcements with their All-New, All-Different relaunch/revamp which begins soon! We'll discuss some of the latest news and series announced.
    DC Comics has had some interesting and fun releases lately. We discuss two of them. This week we'll be chatting the latest issues of Constantine the Hellblazer and Grayson.

    We want to hear from you too! Tweet us your thoughts @graphicpolicy

  • 00:59

    Graphic Policy Radio: Politics and Comics of the Multiverses

    in Pop Culture

    This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio. With no guest this week, we have a much overdue potluck where we'll discuss some of the latest comic news and reviews.

    Batman #44 is an interesting change for the character. We'll discuss the issue taking on some relevant societal issues

    More news of creators being bad broke out. We discuss the persistent harassment in the comic industry, the protection of these individuals, and what can be done.

    This past weekend was Small Press Expo. We talk about one of the best independent and small press comic conventions out there.

    We'll discuss the above and more! We want to hear from you. Tweet us your thoughts @graphicpolicy

  • 00:57

    Indie Books #106 (Samuel Marquis)

    in Books

    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 

    Author Samuel Marquis joins me to talk the first two of seven books to be released in the next year: The Slush Pile Brigade & Blind Thrust.

    On his thirtieth birthday, Nick Lassiter has lost his girlfriend and his job, is wanted by the police, and has discovered that his unpublished thriller, Blind Thrust, has been stolen and turned into a blockbuster movie called Subterranean Storm. Even worse, the movie is based on a soon-to-be best-selling novel by Australian thriller writer Cameron Beckett, one of the world's biggest brand name authors. Rather than seek revenge through a financial settlement or public humiliation, Lassiter sets out for New York to obtain mea culpas from Beckett and his renowned literary agent, whom he is certain colluded with the Aussie in stealing his debut novel. Once in New York, Lassiter, and his three quirky fish-out-of-water friends who insist on accompanying him, instantly run afoul of the law and other powerful forces intent on thwarting them and their mission. As they encounter one thorny obstacle after another, the scope of their inquiries expands and they are soon in way over their heads, battling toe-to-toe not only against the mega-best-selling author and his agent, but a formidable army of antagonists, including the NYPD, Beckett's Big Five publishing house security squad, and the Russian mob. Collectively, these adversaries present Lassiter with the greatest--and deadliest--challenge of his life.

    For more info about Samuel Marquis and his books:



  • 00:45

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Sarah M. Johnson

    in Books


    Life is Beautiful: How a Lost Girl Became a True, Confident Child of God~

      "Life is Beautiful: How a Lost Girl Became a True, Confident Child of God" takes you on a full journey of trauma, loss, and finally resilience. While on a mission’s trip in Guatemala, a small Cessna Caravan’s engine blows while carrying fourteen passengers. Unfortunately, the Cessna crashes in a remote village, leaving eleven of the fourteen passengers dead. One passenger, Sarah, shares her story in "Life is Beautiful", about the deaths of her father and brother; her mother’s extreme physical and emotional injuries, and Sarah’s self-discovery to accept this new life.

      "Life is Beautiful", however, is more than a story about an airplane crash. "Life is Beautiful" shares the personal struggles of Sarah’s father’s drug use, his recovery, and redemption to be a better person. He gives back by doing missions work in Africa, takes in Sarah’s aunt dying of uterine cancer, and eventually leads their family to the mountains of Guatemala. Sarah also discusses her struggles with alcohol use and depression; where she eventually hits rock bottom. It is not until she starts seeking God through prayer, books, and therapy, where she starts to turn her life around.

      "Life is Beautiful" is not only a unique story, but it shows the strength of God’s Will. When all hope is lost, she never gives up on God. This story is a true testimony of God’s love for His people, and when one seeks a spiritual journey and connection with God; He gives back in love, forgiveness, and happiness.

  • 00:31

    October: Sci-Fi Horror Love- You Didn’t Scare Me!- Food of the Gods

    in Film

    This is the 1976 sci-fi based on one of HG Wells novel The food of the Gods and How it came to Earth, this is interesting if you love sci-fi of the 1970’s,  who could ever thought that a trip could go so wrong looking for help? What do you do when you stumble upon something that may just not look so right? Tune in for Movie to Love: Indie Films.  After you watch this, I don’t think you’ll be the same the next time you see a wasps!  Tune in for Movies to Love: Indie Films.

  • 00:43

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Heidi Neumark

    in Books



    Hidden Inheritance: Family Secrets, Memory, and Faith~

      Heidi Neumark’s life changed when a few computer keystrokes exposed a generation of family secrets. Late one night while her family slept, Neumark discovered her hidden Jewish heritage—and uncovered hundreds of questions: Did her grandfather really die in a concentration camp? How did she never know her grandmother was a death-camp survivor? Why had the family history and faith been rejected and hidden?
      Heidi’s search for the truth quickly became more than a personal journey; it also became spiritual. It caused profound ponderings on her thirty-year vocation as a Lutheran pastor. It was a shocking revelation that her Jewish roots and successive family loss and trauma now suddenly and inherently connected her to the multi-ethnic, marginalized community she had been ministering to for three decades.
      Hidden Inheritance takes the reader on a journey that seamlessly weaves personal narrative, social history, and biblical reflection to challenge readers to explore their own identity, vocation, and theology. Neumark boldly calls readers to explore the harsh places of the past, uncover the possible buried secrets, ask new questions, forge new understanding, and discover new hope for transformation that is only possible when what has been hidden is finally brought to light.

  • 00:58

    Mil. Sci. Fi. Author H. Paul Honsinger interviews "Rewinder" Author Brett Battle

    in Books

    Science Fiction Spotlight Radio host, best selling Military Science Ficiton Author H. Paul Honsinger hosts Brett Battles.  Brett Battles is the author of over twenty novels and several short stories. His novel THE DECEIVED (part of his Jonathan Quinn series) won the prestigious Barry Award for Best Thriller.  He has just put out a best-selling time travel sci fi novel, REWINDER.  Brett lives and writes in Los Angeles. More info available at www.brettbattles.com and on his Amazon author page, http://www.amazon.com/Brett-Battles/e/B001I9W7PI.This will be a LIVE program and Brett will answer questions phoned in by members of the listening audience at (347) 633-9609.  

    This is a copyrighted trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Science Fiction Spotlight Radio on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Science-Fiction-Spotlight-Radio/1444212069242342.  Come visit and LIKE our page. 

  • 01:23

    Enlighted 30: Death the Show Presents Sci-fi Author Alex Fayman

    in Paranormal

    In 1999, I completed an undergraduate degree in Biology. I was pursuing my father’s dream. He is a medical doctor and he wanted me to follow in kind. In my final semester, I took an elective in Economics. It was the first time I was truly excited to be in the classroom. It took some convincing, but I got my father to agree, and let me try an MBA program. Once I walked into a Finance class, my fate was sealed. I had discovered the subject that made me want to learn. I enjoyed finance so much, that I decided to become a doctor anyway. Only I would not be the kind of doctor that treats patients, but rather one that publishes on research and teaches at a university.

    I completed a PhD in Finance in 2006 and got a job at a university in Arkansas. It was my goal to leave the small school and state as soon as possible, but 9 years later, I have 15 publications in the fields of Finance and Economics, and I am still here as a tenured professor. Three years ago, when
    my wife started law school, I figured that I had some time on my hands, so I decided to write a book.