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  • 01:23

    Turn up Tuesdays

    in Entertainment

    "A frank, sometimes-disturbing debut novel that highlights the darkness that can lurk within picture-perfect families"-Kirkus and they say, "...the story's brutal emotional honesty is what keeps it moving."-Kirkus Reviews.Kelly Flook Has left no stone un-turned in telling her story because she wanted to help alleviate some of the pain and shame suffered by the 39 million Americans sexually abused in the 20th Century alone (1 in 4 boys and 1 in 6 girls). As well, Huff Post printed Teresa Huizy the Exec. Director of National Children's Alliance saying 315,000 children were reported sexually abused in the US last year. At that rate there will be another 3 million plus more abused in ten years. 

    (In her own words) I did everything society said to be happy. I got the degrees: BA, a Montessori degree, and an MA. I married the “right” men who could “give me respect and boost my confidence.” First an attorney. Had one daughter. The marriage ended after seven years because of his affairs. Eight years later, my second husband was a cardiologist from Virginia. We had a bi-coastal, whirlwind coke-induced love affair for eighteen months. The marriage lasted six months. I did things I thought might help society. I sent women to London for abortions before Roe v. Wade. I was active in the peace movement to stop the Vietnam War. I started NORML (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) with my first husband. I had the right jobs: I wrote and produced for PBS. I won numerous awards. I wrote screenplays to shine the light on inequities. None of this alleviated my pain, shame and suffering from the childhood beatings and sexual abuse that led to my self-abuse. My healing journey began withShhhh!     


  • 00:33

    Independent Everything: LIVE with PsykoMusik's Master Free Agent

    in Music

    Free Agent, born in Baltimore Md, has always had a unique ear for sound. Her opportunities to travel in and out of the United States has allowed her to become very eclectic. For quite some time in her earlier years she wondered what it would be like to actually create music of her own. 

    In 2010, upon meeting Voice, Free Agent believed in the talent that her new friend possessed. One day when accompanying Voice in a studio session, she decided to just doodle some words on paper. Later during the recording process Free Agent was asked to share what she wrote. It was "FIRE", she was then asked to record it and that was her first collaboration of so many more. I guess you could say the influence of Voice and her lasting thoughts of making music has become apart of her life. 

    Free Agent has become primary support for the movement that Voice A True Gogetta is building, thus becoming Co-Owner of the company.  

    On another note; Free Agent has the skills and talent to write screenplays and video treatments, edit as well as video record and she takes part in each and every video delivered from The PsykoMusik Team.  


  • 00:54

    January Jones - Payson Place Book Festival

    in Books

    Steven Andrew Cole is the author of three novels, and has written countless magazines, newspaper articles and screenplays. Steven enjoys leading his readers down dark alleys, through crawl spaces and anywhere they dare not to venture. A descendent of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Steven is known for working in numerous genres and often writes using a poetic tone. He divides his creativity between his stories and his love of drawing. His latest novel is Spirit.

  • 00:52

    January Jones-Payson Place Book Festival

    in Books

    Meet Steven Andrew Cole, Sherry Engler, Annemarie Everland


    Steven Andrew Cole is the author of three novels, and has written countless magazines, newspaper articles and screenplays. Steven enjoys leading his readers down dark alleys, through crawl spaces and anywhere they dare not to venture. A descendent of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Steven is known for working in numerous genres and often writes using a poetic tone. He divides his creativity between his stories and his love of drawing.


    Sherry Engler is married to Don Engler, who currently serves as the Chief of Police in Payson, Arizona. As the wife of one law enforcement officer and the mother of two, Sherry knows first- hand the many challenges the law enforcement profession may have on family life. 

    Anne Marie Eveland  http://www.hurrahforhumans.com

    Annemarie began writing personal stories for her Storytelling presentations. As a certified presenter, she wrote her training manuals for Reading People seminars; was included in two anthologies, and was a columnist in two newspapers. At First Glance, What Faces Reveal is a self-help book on reading people and understanding ourselves. Be the Ripple stories show how seemingly small moments and incidents in ordinary days can affect us for life. 


  • 01:58

    SUMMER MOORE - The Warning

    in Entertainment

    Summer Moore, a Colorado native, lived in several states, which gave her life experiences to draw upon for acting and writing screenplays. She began acting at a very young age, performing in theater productions in Colorado, Alabama, and Hollywood.
    Following graduation in southern California, she landed roles in film, television, theatre, and internet. Some of her credits include on The Doctors, Banzai, The Andy Dick Show, Catch Me if You Can, Just Married, 24, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. Her acting abilities cover a wide range of characters, from serial killer to comedic leading lady.
    She is involved as Host and Spokesmodel for a non-profit organization, "Captive Daughters," to help end sex-trafficking. She has made numerous appearances on their web series, and continuing work as a spokesmodel, she launched the U.S. introduction of a beauty line, "La Rochelle, Paris."
    As a writer, besides having a non-fiction book accepted for publication, she has a wide assortment of screenplays to her credit, including comedy, drama, horror, and thrillers. She produced a comedic webseries, "Peace and Quiet," which she also wrote and starred in. Realizing she had a knack for producing, she produced a feature that she wrote, "The Warning," a horror film, due to be released soon on VOD and DVD.

  • 01:28

    The FilmQuest Festival Episode

    in Entertainment

    Dungeon Crawlers Radio is excited to announce that we will be broadcasting live from FilmQues.  We will be sitting down and taking with Jonathan Martin coordinator of FilmQuest moments before the official kickoff!

    FilmQuest is a brand new film festival for the Fantastic, put on by filmmakers for filmmakers. Heavily associated with FantasyCon (www.fantasycon.com), the festival celebrates all things fantasy, sci-fi, horror and beyond. 

    A competition based festival, FilmQuest accepts submissions for features, shorts, animated films, student films, music videos, fan films, tv/web series, commercials/ads, and screenplays for shorts and features. We also have the unique open competition in FilmQuest Express, while also celebrating the future of filmmaking with two student based competitions.

    We are currently in talks to have the FilmQuest trophy designed by a world renowned company, and we promise the design will be breathtaking. It will surely become one of the most coveted awards on the festival circuit. As well, we are giving away a $5,000 cash prize to the Grand Prize winner, along with $2,500 for 2nd place, and $1,000 for 3rd Place. Many more prizes and awards await too.

    Taking place in Salt Lake City, the first edition of FilmQuest will be held the 30th of June through the 5th of July, 2014.

  • 00:50

    You're Never Too Old to Enjoy Sex

    in Motivation

    Lynn Brown Rosenberg was raised in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles. She has written many screenplays, two of which have been optioned for feature films.  Lynn has written a memoir titled, My Sexual Awakening at 70 which has garnered media attention from Salon, HuffPost LIVE and The Sunday Times of London.  She now speaks about her book, most recently at the Sexual Health Expo in Scottsdale, AZ. Lynn begins where her transformation began, with her realization that it had beenover a decade since she had had sex. She wanted to change things and the first thing she did was get a change of medication, which helped greatly.  

    Connect with Lynn at www.lynnbrownrosenberg.com

    Lynn's book on Amazon

    Bonnie at www.bonniegroessl.com  


    Speak Up Talk Radio  http://www.speakuptalkradio.com/listen/




  • 01:32

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1115

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Natorya Nicole from Ocala, Florida, the oldest of five, She's always done her best to be a good older sibling and is the guardian of her youngest brother. Natorya is the author of a kids' book, "EJ and Sis," that examines this experience, and deals with communication and healthy discipline. Directed to 8yrs old / under, this is "‘A story about a kid misbehaving on the playground, needing to be sent to time out and the lessons his older sister is teaching him." Adults may be able to gain from the messages as well. Natorya lived in Palm Beach County for about 10yrs until early 2013. The oldest of five, she has always done her best to be a good older sibling. "EJ and Sis," the first of several, is loosely based on her relationship raising her youngest brother. "I enjoy spending time with my little brother, Jay," she says. "Because I spend so much time with him, I wrote a series. All the ideas come either from him or through him. I was just smart enough to see and listen and creative enough to write the words." Natorya is also the writer of four unproduced full length original screenplays (3 drama-romance / 1 teen-family drama), which she's looking forward to working on again in the near future. "In the past, I have worked in 2 youth shelters. 1 in my hometown (Ocala) and 1 in my 2nd hometown (West Palm Beach). I've worked around the youth most of my adult life."

  • 01:31

    Adapting Books to Screenplays with Michael D'Ambrosio

    in Books

    Michael D’Ambrosio is from the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area and has been writing fiction since 2000. He regularly appears at science-fiction, fantasy and horror conventions around the country. He has been a keynote speaker at the Library of Congress.
    In addition to novels, Michael also has written several screenplays for his books and other projects, which are currently on the market. His main project, Space Frontiers is expected to be a long series while a sequel to Night Creeps and other projects remain a possibility.
    We will be talking to Michael about the pros and cons of adapting his own books to screenplays and the hurdles he has had to jump to get noticed. He has just returned from the Inktip’s Pitch Summit in Burbank, California. We will talk about what he had to do to get there and what his expectations of the future is for screenplay writing.
    Look for updated information on his website at www.fracturedtime.com.

  • 01:20

    Graphic Policy Radio with Guests Ales Kot and Spencer Ackerman

    in Pop Culture

    This Monday Graphic Policy Radio hits the air to discuss writer Ales Kot's newest series from Image Comics, Material!

    In Material a man comes home from Guantanamo Bay, irrevocably changed. An actress receives an offer that can revive her career. A boy survives a riot and becomes embedded within a revolutionary movement. A philosopher is contacted by a being that dismantles his beliefs. Look around you. Everything is material.

    Joining us in the discussion is not just Kot, but also guest Spencer Ackerman. Ackerman reported the uncovering of the Chicago Police Department's torture site which is a key point in Kot's series.

    Ales Kot writes because nothing else makes sense. He's responsible for screenplays, video games, graphic novels and products/experiences which do not even have their names assigned as of yet. His portfolio includes Disney, Warner Brothers, Image Comics, Marvel Entertainment, DC Entertainment, Dark Horse Comics and more.

    Spencer Ackerman is the U.S. national security editor of the Guardian, where he was part of the team that won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service Journalism for the NSA surveillance revelations provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. A former senior writer for Wired, Ackerman won the 2012 National Magazine Award for Digital Reporting for his series about Islamophobia in FBI counterterrorism training. Having reported from Iraq, Afghanistan, Guantanamo Bay and numerous ships, bases and a submarine, Ackerman in 2015 exposed a secretive incommunicado police detention center in Chicago called Homan Square. A Brooklyn NY native, his mother taught him to read with Bill Mantlo's Incredible Hulk run.

    We want to hear your thoughts too. You can Tweet them to us at @graphicpolicy.


  • 01:58

    How to turn your book into a screenplay?

    in Writing

    We're back, your favorite Urban Fiction News Radio Hosts K.C. Baylor and Santiago. This week's show is on screenplays. We are discussing how you can turn your book into a screenplay. The thought of having your books turned into a movie is a dream for many writers. Learn how the process works. 

    Remember to follow us for more Urban Fiction News, Reviews and Resources. If you are an author looking to be featured visit www.urbanfictionnews.com. Indie artist looking to have your music played during the show contact us also. Call into the show with questions, comments and or a shout-out @ 347-989-0235