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Author and physics teacher, Ira Mark Egdall, quarks with myself and co-host, Marta Merajver, about his soon-to-be released book. One might call it "Einstein For Dummies" but it isn't really. After all, it's all relative, right? Hopefully, Marta and I can link Einstein's groundbreaking insights with major literary developments that coincided with his seminal work in the early 20th century. If true literature doesn't reflect contemporary, societal trends, than what should? Call in or post questions to the online chatboard for the author.
WEDNESDAY 9/23 at 9 PM EST! Brad and I return for our second travel show. I'm excited to discuss my recent findings, following my three-city voyage to the land of the mountains - Colombia. It's a country that changes greatly by region, so we'll talk about the exciting big-city atmosphere of Bogota, the beach-oriented life in the up and coming Santa Marta, and the artsy loveliness of Ibague. The country gets a bad rap to this day, so we'll discuss fact and fiction as well!
I'm also looking forward to hearing about Brad Shilling's take on Panama and Costa Rica. He visited both in a single trip during the summer. We'll hear what he has to say, plus your calls at 646-721-9605.
Eric Czuleger is the author of Immortal L.A. and the forthcoming novels, Eternal L.A. and Farnoosh. He is the resident playwright of Coeurage Theatre Company and a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Albania 2011-2013). His plays have been seen in Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., Louisville and live streamed around the world. He currently lives in Los Angeles. He tweets at @Eczuleger, and you can find his website at EricCzuleger.com. You can also listen to an audio excerpt from the novel free at pseudopog.org.
Critically acclaimed Polish-American poetess, Joanna Kurowska, immigrated to the USA in 1988 and has a PhD in Polish and English Literature (Joseph Conrad). Her poems have been published widely and written in both Polish and English. Tune in and listen as she explains her fascinating background and the symbolism behind one of her best collections, The Wall & Beyond.
La Lechuza - Validez, Sueño y Realidad
Nuestro primer bloque tratará sobre la validez de una religión, de un culto de un camino espiritual donde recopilaremos pensamientos de varios filósofos sobre la validez y la religión y contaremos con la participación de Silvia Sandalwood, Jana de Madrid, Gabriel Landaeta - Biaiensekhmet y Marta Seanoir Rifennid Vey dándonos su opinión. En "El Diccionario" definiremos el término New Age y acalararemos algunas cosas sobre él y que poco tiene que ver con el paganismo. En el segundo bloque trataremos una de las metáforas espirituales más comunes a todas las religiones en una serie de elas que nos ocupará durante varios programas. En este episodio trataremos la del sueño y la realidad. Y para acabar en la sección "El baúl de las ideas" donde se leerá un fragmento de "Más allá de la escoba" de Morgana Sythove donde habla de la Wicca.
En el Mundo:
11am - Alaska.
12pm - Los Ángeles.
1pm - El Salvador.
2pm - México, Colombia; Chicago y Houston.
2:30pm - Venezuela.
3pm - Atlanta, Miami, Bolivia y República Dominicana.
4pm - Argentina y Uruguay.
8pm - Reino Unido y Portugal
9pm - España, Francia, Italia, Grecia, Alemania y Suiza.
Puedes escuchar el programa en directo a través de la página, pero también a través del Skype (y es GRATIS). Simplemente presiona el botón de Skype que se encuentra en la parte superior, entre el título y la presentación de imágenes. Las ventajas de escuchar en directo a través de Skype son: (1) Mejor Volumen; (2) Mejor Streaming o Reproducción de Sonido.
Amy Beth revisits her Arts Wire “Top Pick” conversation with Marta Cunningham, director of the powerful documentary Valentine Road. Discover the stories behind a horrific murder of a young junior high school student struggling with gender identity issues, the controversial trial that followed and its startling aftermath. The film and our conversation address a wide range of timely issues: transgender idenity, racism and the justice system among them.
And meet country artist Pete Kennedy. He shares tales from the road and we sample a few of his fab tunes, too.
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Original air date: 10/18/13.
Conrad Johnson has led an adventuresome life, having grown up on the mean streets of Detroit and then traveling the world as a Merchant Seaman and Literature teacher. He's an independent novelist, contributor to online ezines, blogger and amateur musician. Clean Kill is his latest novella full of irony about the struggles of independent publishing.
Multiple award winning author, Cynthia B. Ainsworthe, discusses her book, Front Row Center. Be sure to log in and get a 'seat' up close to the stage! Hollywood screenwriter, actor and producer, Scott C. Brown, joins us during the second half hour to talk about the book-into-film aspect of Cynthia's novel.
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