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A Milwaukee, Wisconsin native, Sheree L. Greer has been published in Hair Trigger, The Windy City Times, Reservoir, Fictionary, and the Windy City Queer Anthology: Dispatches from the Third Coast. She has performed her work across selected venues in Milwaukee, New York, Miami, Chicago, and Tampa, where she hosts Oral Fixation, the only LGBTQ Open Mic series in Tampa Bay. She received a Union League of Chicago Civic Arts Foundation Award, earned her MFA at Columbia College Chicago, and currently teaches writing and literature at St. Petersburg College. Ms. Greer is an Astraea Lesbian Writers Fund grantee and completed a VONA residency at University of Miami. She
recently published a short story collection, Once and Future Lovers and an excerpt from her novel What Has Never Been Taught appears in Best Lesbian Romance 2012.
Join us as we discuss her novel "Once and Future Lovers"
Once and Future Lovers illuminates these and other tales by shining a light on the critical moments in which men and women take the great risk that is loving. In this provocative collection of short fiction, characters grapple with the courage it takes to love once while discovering the inherent challenge put to all lovers: embracing or denying the possibility of loving again, and again.
Join Stephanie and Lauren as they chat with Sheree L. Greer about her new novel, Let the Lover Be, and her collection of short stories, Once and Future Lovers.
Sheree has been published in Hair Trigger, The Windy City Times, Reservoir, Fictionary, and the Windy City Queer Anthology: Dispatches from the Third Coast. She has performed her work across selected venues in Milwaukee, New York, Miami, Chicago, and Tampa, where she hosts Oral Fixation, the only LGBTQ Open Mic series in Tampa Bay. Ms. Greer received a Union League of Chicago Civic Arts Foundation Award, earned her MFA at Columbia College Chicago, and currently teaches writing and literature at St. Petersburg College. As an Astraea Lesbian Writers Fund grantee and VONA alum, she published a short story collection, Once and Future Lovers. A novel excerpt "Prom Story in Three Parts," received a special mention in Publishers Weekly and appears in Best Lesbian Romance 2012.
Bruce Fessier writes for The Desert Sun, "For more than 50 years, Greer was a reporter, editor, talk show hostess and publisher in multiple desert media. She started as an interviewer in Los Angeles back in the days when interviews were scripted for the questioner and the subject. She began covering Coachella Valley events for the trade publication, Variety, in 1961 and most recently served as society editor for Palm Springs Life magazine."
Monday, November 30, 2015, Gloria's friends, family and fans packed the largest auditorium at The Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, California for a celebration of her life, as presented in full in this podcast. For Bruce Fessier's complete story, click here.
Welcome to Speak the WORD Broadcast. Today's Teaching: The Word.
This woman of God shares the word with simplicity, to enrich the believer’s spiritual walk, embrace the backslider, and bring a God consciousness to the unbeliever. In doing so listeners look beyond where life circumstances may have them; being encouraged to release their faith to know all things are possible to those who put their trust in Jesus Christ.
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Kat L. Robertson is the author of published poetry in several anthologies including The International Who’s Who in Poetry, 2004. Her life in the arts began during high school as a member of The Peekskill Drama Workshop in upstate New York, a theatre company founded by her mother. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Community and Educational Theatre from Emerson College in Boston, MA., and worked for many years as a teaching artist in both Philadelphia and New York City with various theatre outreach programs for at-risk youth such as Philadelphia’s Freedom Repertory Theatre; Venture Theatre’s Reality Crew, Stageworks, Camden School of Music and Art, The Village of the Arts and Humanities in West Philadelphia and City Lights Youth Theatre in New York City. As an actress she performed with the Society Hill Playhouse; Stages of Imagination and Theatre Caravan in Philadelphia and in several off off Broadway playhouses in New York. She was also in Local 798 as a professional make-up artist in the Philadelphia and New York film industry for independent films, music videos and commercials throughout the tri-state area. Today she and her life partner live on a sailboat in Savannah and wherever else the wind takes them.
Brimming with honesty and emotions, Kat L. Robertson’s poems are evocative, meaningful and powerfully moving. Light of Truth is a journey to understanding the meaning of love; examining expressions of love and ultimately embracing love itself. The water colors reflect the mood of the emotions evoked through the poetry.
Visit Kat's website at http://www.lightoftruthalovejourney.com/
STRENGTHENING THE FAMILIES: Apostle Williams is available for Conferences, Seminars and Workshops that will build your ministry or church group. Her goal is to provide Educational Seminars and resources for victims and families dealing with domestic violence, mental and emotional stress, and substance abuse that weaken the family structure and values. These seminars are to help improve parenting skills, promote abstinence among our youth, and provide Christian counseling relating to family values and issues. To strengthen, encourage and motivate men and women. Strengthening the Families Outreach Ministries Programs airs on Tuesdays on Fresh Manna Our Daily Bread Blog Talk Radio.
Today’s Discussion: How to Get Rid of Free-Loaders (People who take Advantage of Your Generosity!) We need to put a stop to allowing people (relatives, friends and associates) to abuse our kindness and generosity, and then treat us like crap! Even worst some of the very people that we help in their time of trouble are the main ones who act like they are doing us a favor!! While others treat us with contempt because they are jealous and envious and do everything possible to sabotage our good fortune, it’s time to let them go, put them out and move on!!
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Robert L. Weber, Ph.D., the co-author of the new book The Spirituality of Age: A Seeker's Guide to Growing Older, addresses ways to embrace the shadow side of aging, while opening up to spiritual growth. Co-authored with Carol Orsborn, Ph.D., The Spirituality of Age insightfully explores meaningful personal reflections and 25 key questions, revealing that true growth arises through directly engaging with the fears and challenges aging brings our way. When we open up to the possibilities of feeling energized as we age, we can expand more freely into our authentic selves and discover the spiritual opportunities of growing older.
Robert (Bob) is a former Jesuit and an assistant professor of psychology, part-time, at Harvard Medical School. He also serves as a faculty member of Massachusetts General Hospital's Department of Psychiatry. He is the 2014 recipient of the American Society on Aging’s FORSA Award (Forum on Religion, Spirituality and Aging) recognizing his leadership, locally and nationally, in exploring the role of spirituality and religion in the aging services field. Bob has earned many honors and has held several prominent leadership roles throughout his academic and professional career. He has a private psychological practice in Cambridge, MA.
Robert's web site: SpiritualityofAge.com
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Source Nation! Join us tonight for Love Zone Mondays and Parents and Teens Talk.
At 6:15, join Kathy as she welcomes Relationship Coach Tony Vear into the studio to discuss, The Anatomy of Dating:Learn What the Opposite Sex Wants Out Of Dating
Tony Vear is a Coach, Writer, Program Creator and Workshop Leader with over 30 years experience in the fields of Relationships, Communication and Personal Development, along with 10+ years of coaching and leading educational programs. His specialties are coaching people around dating, understanding gender differences and how to be in the relationship of your dreams with the partner of your dreams, which means being thrilled to pieces with your partner for as long as you both live - or at least the first 20 years together.
At 7:15, join Kathy as she welcomes her dynamic co-hosts, Mark and Michaela back into the studio to discuss another Hot Topic.
Source Nation! Join us tonight at 7:15 EST for, Love Zone Mondays with Kathy B as she welcomes her dynamic Co-hosts, Mark and Michaela back into the studio to discuss another Hot Topic of, Family Members Who Butt In!
Source Nation! We all have at least one of them in our families who, "mean well". It might even be YOU! Tune in as Kathy, Mark & Michaela share tips on how to deal with our MEDDLING FAMILY MEMBERS.
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A facilitator of dreams, Jeanie Loiacono represents over sixty authors. Her forte is mystery, romance, thrillers, historical/military/southern fiction, and all quality fiction/nonfiction. Her passion is to see her authors succeed.”I am a facilitator of dreams.”
“There is nothing more rewarding than to hold one of my author’s books and know I helped bring it to fruition. I am so blessed and privileged to be able to work with some of the most talented writers in the world.
James Washburn was born and raised in rural Wisconsin, initiating an intimate rapport with the natural environment and life in the North Country. Drawing from his connections to native North American Indian and Inuit people, as well as a deep personal spiritual history in traditional Christianity, he weaves a story that transcends ethnicity and culture. He speaks to the universal desires of the human heart with simplicity and passion.
“Life is too important to spend it making a living” – has been Washburn’s mantra since youth. Choosing a three-decade career in education gave him time for extensive travel and experience within many of the most remote corners of North America. His appreciation for solitude and a self-reliant nature, however, belie his enthusiasm to promote an understanding of humanity’s interdependence and the unity of all people. Washburn’s education includes degrees in geography, health, and learning resources along with extensive scholarly study in historical theology and psychology. He is also an able photographer and experienced speaker. His current communion with Mother Earth has been a complete hike of the approximate 1,200 mile long Ice Age trail.
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Dating in this Digital Age can sometimes feel so cumbersome. It’s just down right inconvenient. We don’t have time to mingle and even when we are mingling we are more obsessed with what is happening on the web than having a real interaction with people in our physical space.
The world we live in today is all about convenience. If I can’t get it when I want/need and customize it how I want it, most of us are just not interested. This ideology is truer for those of us that live in big cities and work 9-7 jobs . You spend most of your time at work and pursing our careers. When do you have time to grab a drink and ask someone how was their day? or better yet, even care? Frankly we have enough going on in our lives already.
This is why there it is no surprise that online dating has become one of the most popular and secretive past times for single young adults. There are thousands of sites all over the place both free and paid for all lifestyles and preferences. It seems like now online dating/hookups has become the new way of life.
Don’t get it misconstrued. Online dating is not a new phenom. I remember the days of dial up on AOL when that random person would hit you up with “A/S/L?”. Today it is not uncommon to hear someone say that they met or even married someone that they met online whether it be from a dating site or social media platform like Facebook or Instagram; hence the term “sliding in the someone’s DM’s”.
Join Brutally Uncut host, Tameeka Henry as she gives her perspective on online dating , the pros, the cons, Do’s and Don’ts. What to avoid and how to just enjoy it.
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