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POETRY AFTER SIX is the place to be, chilling in The Green Room with Dray TheDoctor or lounging in V.I.P. with MotherOfSix TONIGHT live on BLOGTALK RADIO 8pm-10pm (713) 955-0328
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Martin Willitts, Jr., has been nominated for 11 Pushcart awards and 11 Best of the Net awards. He is the winner of the 2012 Big River Poetry Review’s William K. Hathaway Award; co-winner of the 2013 Bill Holm Witness Poetry Contest; winner of the 2013 “Trees” Poetry Contest; winner of the 2014 Broadsided award; and winner of the 2014 Dylan Thomas International Poetry Contest. He has 28 chapbooks and eight full-length collections of poetry. His forthcoming collections include Martin Willitts Jr, Greatest Hits (Kattywompus Press), How to Be Silent (FutureCycle Press), God Is Not Amused With What You Are Doing In Her Name (Aldrich Press), and Hearing the Inaudible (Poetica Publishing).
The title of his jazz poetry chapbook is Late All Night Sessions with Charlie "The Bird" Parker and Members of the Birdland, in Take Three. http://barometricpressures.blogspot.com/2013/05/late-all-night-sessions-with-charlie.html Straight No Chaser works in concert with "The Song Is... Blogspot" edited by DCPP member Marianne Szlyk (http://thesongis.blogspot.com).
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Adrian Koesters holds an MFA in poetry from the Rainier Writing workshop at Pacific Lutheran University and a Ph.D. in fiction and poetry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her first book of poems, Many Parishes, was published by BrickHouse Books as part of their New Poets Series, and other work has appeared in Berkeley Review, The Gettysburg Review, Hotel Amerika, and elsewhere. She has been a poetry and fiction assistant editor at Prairie Schooner and fiction editor at A River and Sound Review. She taught writing at UNL and the Creighton University MFA program, and lives in Omaha, Nebraska. Web URL: www.adriankoesters.com
Koesters' Many Parishes is an original. The poems seem to smack the hard-ass contemporary world up against a deep spiritual sense, until we see they're one and the same. Adrian Koesters is able to write of men calling out to a ten-year old ''spinster'' to ''come on down, sweetheart, I got something over here to show you,'' and allow us to feel in her small, frightened heart the identical anguish of soul as in the nun who's ''divided from the principalities and goes in terror of them.'' These poems, like the nuns, ''take things personally.'' They're lyrical confessions of the deepest griefs--abuse, divorce, doubt, and loneliness. They provide absolution, and positively joy, in their skillful and lucid singing. --Fleda Brown, author of No Need of Sympathy
In recent years poetry has disappeared slowly from media. Yet the attraction to it is still strong. Poetry has and will always remained a perennial expression of our emotional, spiritual and intellectual lives. The Poetic Souls Artistry is a weekly platform that give poets and spoken word artist a place to be a vocie for those in need of poetic healling. Open Mic
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Black Satin Radio, (646) 478-4196, is an internet-based station devoted to the art of words in the forms of poetry, music, and books. The station is dedicated to the creative works within the scope of these genres. Black Satin Radio aspires to introduce the listening audience to the inspiration behind the works while providing networking opportunities for each guest. Finally, Black Satin Radio will maintain a certain responsibility to philanthropic causes within and outside of its core demographic.
Join these two recent High School Graduates as they discuss current topics involving those have, do, and will protect the freedom's of this country. Tonight the returning guest is Malaki Greer, a poet and Army Veteran. The hosts will be discussing with Malaki a recent escort of Wounded Warriors to Ocean City Maryland.
"A Thousand Splendid Suns",written by Khaled Hosseini, is tonight's STR Book Club selection.
Here is the translation of the poem Kabul by Josephine Barry Davis from page 192:
"One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roofs,
Or the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls."
Here are tonight's STR Book Club questions to give you some time to review and hopefully you'll be able to join us:
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8-9:00 pm CT. Join me asi Interview guest BEATREX QUNTANNA author, poet, astrologer, and tarot expert. Beatrex will share the astrology for June, and how to best manifest with the June cycles of the moon. Cynde and Beatrex will offer Free Mini Readings Live on the air. www.beatrex.com
Tune in Tuesday, June 2nd at 8-9pm meet Nancy Ruffin.Nancy Arroyo Ruffin is a Brooklyn born award winning author, poet, essayist, public speaker, and Voices of Our Nations Art (VONA) Alumn. A graduate of Bernard Baruch College, she is the acclaimed author of three books, Welcome to Heartbreak: A collection of poems, short stories and affirmations about love, life, and heartbreak (2011) and Letters to My Daughter (2013) a 2014 International Latino Book Award Finalist for Best Poetry Book, and Coming Undone (2015). Her poems and essays have been published on For Harriet, Elephant Journal, Centro VOICES, La Respuesta, The Daily Voice, and MUTHA Magazine. Listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/meccashow1 Call into the show at 347.857.4866