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March 24 at 6pm EST, this Pushcart Prize-nominated Kentucky poet and publisher discusses his new book of poetry, The Weight of Paper, as well as his publication, A NARROW FELLOW Journal of Poetry.
Join me March 11 at 6pm EST for a conversation with Sheri L. Wright, who talks about her book of photography, Off The Yellow Brick Road: A Journey of Automotive Rust and Renewal. Sheri is also a 2-time nominee for the Pushcart Prize and Kentucky Poet Laureate. She is also working on her first documentary film, Tracking Fire.
Time of the Locust: Travel into the heart and mind of an extraordinary autistic boy in this deeply imaginative debut novel of a mother’s devotion, a father’s punishment, and the power of love.
Sephiri is an autistic boy who lives in a world of his own making, where he dwells among imagined sea creatures that help him process information in the “real world” in which he is forced to live. But lately he has been having dreams of a mysterious place, and he starts creating fantastical sketches of this strange, inner world.
Brenda, Sephiri’s mother, struggles with raising her challenged child alone. Her only wish is to connect with him—a smile on his face would be a triumph. Meanwhile, Sephiri’s father, Horus, is sentenced to life in prison, making life even lonelier for Brenda and Sephiri. Yet prison is still not enough to separate father and son. In the seventh year of his imprisonment and the height of his isolation, Horus develops supernatural mental abilities that allow him to reach his son.
Morowa Yejidé’s (pronounced: Moe-roe-wah Yay-gee-day) ?short stories have appeared in the Istanbul Review, Ascent Aspirations Magazine, Underground Voices, the Adirondack Review, and others. Her story "Tokyo Chocolate" was nominated in 2009 for the Pushcart Prize, anthologized in the best of the Willesden Herald Stories, and reviewed in the Japan Times.Time of the Locust was a 2012 finalist for the national PEN/Bellwether Prize. She is also the recipient of the Norris Church Mailer Scholarship from Wilkes University. Website: http://www.morowayejide.com/
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Rex Bear Welcomes author Steve Jones.
Steve is Professor of Genetics at University College London and the president of the Galton Institute. He delivered the BBC Reith Lectures in 1991, appears frequently on radio and television and is a regular columnist for the Daily Telegraph.
He is also a television presenter and a prize-winning author on the subject of biology, especially evolution. He is one of the contemporary popular writers on evolution. In 1996 his writing won him the Royal Society Michael Faraday Prize "for his numerous, wide ranging contributions to the public understanding of science in areas such as human evolution and variation, race, sex, inherited disease and genetic manipulation through his many broadcasts on radio and television, his lectures, popular science books, and his regular science column in The Daily Telegraph and contributions to other newspaper media".
Tess Thompson is a mother before all else, and a writer after that. She’s also a Zumba dancing queen, though the wearing of the crown is reserved for invitation-only appearances. After honing her craft in theater with a prize-winning play titled My Lady’s Hand, her heart was called to a different storytelling medium: the great American novel. But, as she recently said to a friend, “Well, maybe not ‘great’ but certainly American.”
The first of these, Riversong (Booktrope Editions), went on to become #1 on Barnes and Noble’s Nook Book chart in October 2011. Two years after its release, readership of Riversongcontinues to grow, spending weeks in the top 100 Kindle bestsellers; it’s known amongst her friends and family as “the little book that could.”
Caramel and Magnolias, the first in the Legley Bay Collection was released in the fall of 2012. In May of 2013 Tess released the sequel to Riversong called Riverbend and the third in the collection, Riverstar, in August 2013. Tea and Primroses, the second in the Legley Bay Collection was released February 16, 2014. The first in the Blue Mountain Collection, Blue Midnight was released June 30, 2014.
She’s currently working on her first historical fiction, Duet For Three Hands, which will be released December 2014.
Here at Reptile Radio we feel really connected with the listeners of our show. Regular fans of our program know that we've been plugging the Bush League Breeders Club annual Spring Scavenger Hunt for years now. As happenstance would have it, this year's Hunt winner is also a huge fan of "The Double R". This is the first year that the BLBC Contest Committee offered an appearance on the show as the crowned jewel of the grand prize package, so having this year's Hunt winner P.J. Kohn on the show is really sweet for everyone involved. CK hosts this episode with the herpin' zookeeper from the great state of Michigan, P.J. Kohn. We'll be talking more than just snakes on this one folks, so tune in and enjoy!
Eric Balkman is joined by guest co-host and Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC) player Rob Vierya in the show's final episode before the live events at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. Rob tells Balky how he has been able to make the FFPC Main Event Championship Round every single year, what he thinks of his Pros Vs. Joes team one month after he drafted it and gives advice for all of the live and online players drafting next weekend. Plus, the guys answer your calls, emails, tweets and more all on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour!
Join your host International Medium Nick Humphries for an hour long show where he will be linking to the spirit world to give you evidence of your loved ones survival and to give you guidence and answers to your questions. He will also be talking about spiriual subjects and will be inviting guest on to talk about their experiences. Do you need closure with a loss or help with your lifes path, love or work? if so this is the show for you. Nick has over 24 years experience working with spirit and see has been connecting with spirit since childhood. For more information on Nick please go to his website www.nick-humphries.com or look him up on facebook under International Medium Nick Humphries and please click the like button. Nick also has a weekly competition called the "Nick's mystery mind game" where you can win a small prize, so I hope you can join in for some fun and laughter. love and blessings xxx
Rex Bear welcomes author Lon Milo DuQuette
Lon is an American writer, lecturer, musician, and occultist, best known as an author who applies humor in the field of Western Hermeticism.
Lon was an aspiring studio musician and recording artist in the 1970s, releasing two singles and an album, Charley D. and Milo, on the Epic Records label. He and his partner Charles Dennis Harris (now Charley Packard), opened for Hoyt Axton, Arlo Guthrie and performed with Sammy Davis Jr.
In 1972, he quit the music business and for the next 25 years he pursued his interest in mysticism, particularly the work of Aleister Crowley (1875–1947). DuQuette began writing professionally in 1988 and has since published 16 books.
A 2005 gift of a ukelele re-ignited his interest in music. Two self released CD's and a new record contract followed. In March of 2012, DuQuette released I'm Baba Lon on Ninety Three Records, his first studio album in 40 years. He followed up with Baba Lon II in September 2012.
His third CD, Gentle Heretic, released Halloween, 2013, included the single, Bernice, which won First Prize in the 2013 Competition Alley US Open Mic Singer Songwriter competition.
Lon's latest release is the controversial single I'm Scared.