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Please join Tiferet Journal on 08/12/14 at 7 PM EST for a conversation with award-winning poet, editor, translator, and critic Aliki Barnstone.
Aliki Barnstone's books of poetry include the National Book Critics Circle Notable Book Madly in Love (Carnegie-Mellon, 1997), Blue Earth (Iris, 2004), Wild With It (Sheep Meadow, 2002), Windows in Providence (Curbstone, 1981) and Bright Body (White Pine Press, 2011). Other publications include The Collected Poems of C.P. Cavafy (W.W. Norton, 2006) and Changing Rapture: Emily Dickinson's Poetic Development (University Press of New England, 2007)). Barnstone received two Pulitzer Prize nominations. In addition, she edited A Book of Women Poets from Antiquity to Now (Schocken), The Calvanist Roots of the Modern Era (University Press of New England), Voices of Light: Spiritual and Visionary Poetry by Women from Ancient Sumeria to Now (Shambhala).
Aliki was a Senior Fulbright Scholar in Greece in 2006. Her poems and translations have appeared in publications such as The American Poetry Review, The Georgia Review, New Letters, Pleiades, Prairie Schooner, The Southern Review, TriQuarterly, and Virginia Quarterly Review.
To learn more about Aliki Barnstone please visit: http://alikibarnstone.com/. And to purchase her books: http://bit.ly/1vb0RQq.
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Co-Producer: Udo Hintz
The name "Enterprise" is one that has a rich legacy and a long tradition in maritime and naval history. In These Are The Voyages, author, Arnold van Beverhoudt, tells the story of more than 75 vessels named "Enterprise." This is a fascinating story that stretches from the very real 16th Century battles of the Spanish Armada to the fictional 26th Century voyages of Gene Roddenberry's starships "Enterprise."
Arnold acquaints us with a French frigate that was captured by the British Royal Navy in 1705 and became the first HMS Enterprise. In 1775, the first American "Enterprise" helped to ward off the British during the Revolutionary War. In the early 1800s, the schooner USS Enterprise and her crew fought valiantly against French privateers, the ruthless Barbary pirates of the Mediterranean, the powerful ships of the Royal Navy, and the crafty pirates of the Caribbean.
The story continues with tales of other vessels named "Enterprise" that explored the frozen Northwest Passage, steamed the seas and rivers of the United States, Canada, Australia, and India for commercial trade, fought valiant battles during World War II, and sailed the oceans of the world for more than 50 years under nuclear power in defense of freedom. But the story of the name "Enterprise" doesn't end there. There were also hydrogen-filled balloons, Goodyear blimps, a NASA space shuttle, and a privately-owned spaceship named "Enterprise." In the fictional world of television and motion pictures, there have also been starships that carried the name "USS Enterprise" into the deepest reaches of space.
In addition to a 130-page narrative history of vessels named Enterprise, These Are The Voyages devotes about 35 pages to appendices.
When becoming a man takes more than you know, takes almost your soul: White Squall Trailer
This is based on a true story, which the movie follows rather closely except some of the dramatic license. Still the Skipper's wife Alice did die along with 5 others and the entire incident caused a communication rift that lasted 35 years. Read the story here on People
What did it take for you to "grow up" in life? Was there a great precipitating event? Did you just plug away day after day and look in the mirror to see you were no longer 12 years old?
This movie raises questions about honor, indiependence, and personal responsibility among a few other important qualities. Whether your entrance into adulthood came with a bang or a quiet rustling of the leaves in fall, looking back through our lives tells us how very different we are even if we do not immediately feel it.
Join us for this brilliantly made film White Squall and don't forget the Kleenex!
Join us for 2 hours at 10 PM Eastern.
Ray was born in 1960, in Saltburn by the Sea, and has always known that he possessed the ability to perceive spirits. But it wasn’t until the last decade that he decided to explore and develop this ability further.
Ray is a spiritualist medium, a person who can channel messages from the spirit world to those looking for proof that our souls are eternal. He uses the title spiritualist because he believes in the seven principles of the church and most of all in principle five, personal responsibility. Ray receives messages in a number of ways. He’s a clairvoyant and clairsentient, perceiving spirits visually and on an emotional level.
Ray has given individual readings to hundreds of people, who have remarked upon his accuracy. He’s carried out psychic evenings and stage demonstrations in numerous venues throughout the North East of England. Recently Ray has been involved in ghost hunts and paranormal investigations in a variety of locations such as Preston Park Hall and Darlington Civic Theatre. He is the resident medium for the world famous Schooner Hotel in Alnmouth (reputedly Great Britain’s most haunted hotel) and for the Clarendon Hotel in Redcar, another famous haunted location.
To learn more about Ray and the services he provides please visit his website: www.healingrays.co.uk
Today on the BeachLifestyle Radio Show, Host Neil Haley will interview Long-time NPR "Voice of Books" Host Alan Cheuse!
Acclaimed author Alan Cheuse, National Public Radio's longtime "voice of books," is the author of five novels, four collections of short fiction, and the memoir Fall Out of Heaven. As a book commentator, Cheuse is a regular contributor to National Public Radio's "All Things Considered." His short fiction has appeared in The New Yorker, Ploughshares, The Antioch Review, Prairie Schooner, New Letters, The Idaho Review, and The Southern Review, among other places. He teaches in the Writing Program at George Mason University and the Squaw Valley Community of Writers.
A look at different variations of the song Barrett's Privateers by Stan Rogers featuring: Stan Rogers, Schooner Fare, Alestorm, Jesse Ferguson "the bard of Cornwall", Mad Money. Folk, metal, electronica.
Dr. John Busch is a co-founder of Schooner Information Technology. Prior to Schooner, Dr. Busch was Research Director of Computer System Architecture and Analysis at Sun Microsystems laboratories from 1999 through 2006. In this role, he led research explorations in chip-multi-processing, advanced multi-tier clustered systems for deployment of internet based services, and advanced HPC systems. Dr. Busch received the top President’s Award for Innovation at Sun, and oversaw many division technology transfers. Prior to Sun, Dr. Busch was VP of Engineering and Business Partnerships with Diba Inc, and was general manager of the Diba Division after Sun acquired Diba in 1997. From 1989 to 1994, Dr. Busch was co-founder and CTO/VP of Engineering of Clarity Software, and led creation of advanced multi-media composition and communication products for Sun, HP, and IBM computer systems (awarded Unix World Product of the Year). From 1976 to 1993, Dr. Busch led many successful R&D programs at Hewlett Packard in Computer Systems Research and Development. Dr. Busch holds a Ph.D. in Computer Systems Architecture from UCLA, a Masters degree in Mathematics from UCLA, a Masters degree in Computer Science from Stanford University, and attended the Sloan Program at Stanford University.
Writing can be a spiritual practice. And the best writing is that which comes from deep inside your heart. Both writing and reading are portals to divinity; both are sacred practices.
Donna Baier Stein's writing has appeared in Virginia Quarterly Review, Kansas Quarterly, New York Stories, Prairie Schooner, Washingtonian, many other journals and anthologies from Simon & Schuster and The Spirit That Moves us Press. Donna was a Founding Editor of Bellevue Literary Review and founded and currently publishes Tiferet: A Journal of Spiritual Literature. She is also an award-winning copywriter.
Each Monday at 12 noon PT/3 pm ET/8 pm UK/9 pm Germany (etc), Jan Revell and her guests bring insights and ideas to help you grow in your Soul path. Following each interview, Jan offers an oracle card/Angel reading to callers. Jan's guests are experts in spirituality, soul work, spiritual coaching, and much more. Be sure to join us each Monday to explore these areas! Check us out at www.purposetalkradio.com and join the conversations on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/383388928378659/.
Laura Madeline Wiseman is the author of seven collections of poetry, including the full-length book SPRUNG (San Francisco Bay Press, 2012), the letterpress book UNCLOSE THE DOOR (Gold Quoin Press, 2012), and the recent chapbooks SHE WHO LOVES HER FATHER (Dancing Girl Press, 2012) and BRANDING GIRLS (Finishing Line Press, 2011). She is also the editor of WOMEN WRITE RESISTANCE: POETS RESIST GENDER VIOLENCE (Hyacinth Girl Press, 2013). Laura Madeline Wiseman has a doctorate from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she teaches English. Her poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and reviews have appeared in Margie, Poet Lore, Blackbird, Arts & Letters, Prairie Schooner, Feminist Studies, Thirteenth Moon, American Short Fiction, Cream City Review, and elsewhere. She has received an Academy of American Poets Award, a Mari Sandoz/Prairie Schooner Award, a Will P. Jupiter Award, a Susan Atefact Peckham Fellowship, a Louise Van Sickle Fellowship, several Pushcart Prize nominations, and grants from the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, the Focus for the Arts, the Center for the Great Plains Studies, and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation.
Marsha Casper Cook welcomes TIFERET Journal publisher Donna Baier Stein, editor Melissa Studdard and associate editor and World of Ink show host R “Jeff” Jeffreys.
Marsha will speak with Donna, Melissa and Jeff about the just published, “The Tiferet Talk Interviews” book and TIFERET Journal’s community of writers, poets and influential and spiritual thinkers of today.
Donna Baier Stein is the publisher of TIFERET Journal, a writer, editor and producer of Tiferet Talk radio interviews. Her writing has appeared in New York Quarterly, Virginia Quarterly Review, Prairie Schooner and many other journals and anthologies. She has received a Fellowship from Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars, the PEN/New England Discovery Award, Honorable Mention in Allen Ginsberg Poetry Awards, four Pushcart nominations, a New Jersey Council for the Arts grant, awards from the Poetry Societies of Virginia and NH, and more.
Melissa Studdard is the editor for TIFERET Journal and author of the bestselling novel, Six Weeks to Yehidah (recipient of the Forward National Literature Award and Pinnacle Book Achievement Award). Her writings have appeared in dozens of journals and anthologies. She is a reviewer-at-large for The National Poetry Review, a college professor, a teaching artist for The Rooster Moans Poetry Cooperative, host of TIFERET Talk interviews and much more.
Purchase "The Tiferet Talk Interviews": http://tinyurl.com/ccyov9m
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