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Minstrel & Muse on Talk About Radio is honored to welcome Pulitzer poet Claudia Emerson to the show. Claudia's book of poems, Late Wife, won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 2006. Her current work, Secure the Shadow, is a personal look at death and our universal need to hold on.
Claudia has had a distinguished career and has been awarded fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Library of Congress and the Guggenheim Foundation and is the former poet laureate of Virginia. She lives there with her husband, Kent Ippolito, and together, they write and perform music. She is a professor of English and Arrington Distinguished Chair of Poetry at The University of Mary Washington and contributing editor at Shenandoah Literary Magazine.
She is also a lovely human being. Join us for a conversation with one of the world's greatest poets, Claudia Emerson.
Music by award-winning singer/songwriter Bruce Dalzell. Bruce is also the friend mentioned by Claudia in her story of the piano.
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Featuring the songs of today and yesterday, we bring joy into your life one song at a time.
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I love a double billed show..why? cause it is dope. You get alot of art in a short amount of time and then your heart is lifted for the rest of the day...I dig art. I dig dope artists..you will absolutely dig my guests this episode... Check it...
Chaeya...Did some work for George Clinton..Went to England in 1988 and lived there doing work as a session vocalist for Island and EMI Records. Recorded remixes fro Shriekback, Yello, and Pia Zadora that were issued in vinyl. In 1991, worked on an AIDS record in Zurich, Switzerland with Melanie Thornton of LaBouche fame. In 1993, recorded tracks for Warner Chappell Music. Formed Electric Gentlemen Records and Studios in 2000, recorded my first CD, The Quickening in 2003. Formed Chaeya & Her Dark Secret in 2011, had Theron Brison aka Thee Ram Jam from Bootsy Collins' Funk University as bass player who was murdered in 2011. Took time off to grieve and released Rise on MLK Day in 2015.
Hurrikane the poet... HurriKane the poet was born Steven Clark. HurriKane considers himself a community activist, artist and also a poet. He started doing art as a child in Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children. Truly influenced by the hip hop era he became an MC and later a poet. He has written a book entitled. Poetry for the people. Pairing forty four painting and poems. He considers his job to stand on the shoulders of the elders who remind us where we come from and as he puts it who we isum
PYRO DA ARSONIST is a Hip Hop Artist, Poet, Published Writer and Radio Personality on The Lyrically Live Show on DTF Radio. He is a native New Yorker, born in the Chelsea Section of Manhattan and he's been writing since he was 13 years old. In 2010 he had a buzz going by becoming one of only a dozen artists in 2010 to get a 14 week radio rotation on “Memoirs by A.D. The General” which earned him an award for "Most Requested Artist Of The Year." Due to health issues he was forced to take a 4 year hiatus to focus on getting healthy.
He finally made his return in June of 2014 with his single "Crush" Feat. Meli Sul. He is currently working on his Debut Album "The Wait Is Over" & A Spoken Word Album "Inside The Mind Of An Emcee" which he plans to release in the summer of 2015 at the same time.
Zach and Jeremy take to the airwaves for the first time under the Souther Sports Central flag! We'll talk NFL Draft, the "fight of the century", Jeremy will get some bragging in on Chelsea FC winning the Premier League and where ever our loyal listeners calling in will take us.
Drew Pritt will join us to discuss Arkansas politics
Paul Tran is a Vietnamese American historian and spoken word poet. He won "Best Poet" and "Pushing the Art Forward" at the national college poetry slam, as well as awards and fellowships from Kundiman, Poets House, Lambda Literary, Napa Valley, VONA, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. His work can be found in CURA, Nepantla, cream city review, and RHINO, which selected him for the 2015 Editor's Prize. Since 2013, Paul has taught the Untitlement Project at New Urban Arts in Providence, Rhode Island, and coached the Brown University, Barnard College & Columbia University, and Providence youth slam teams. He currently lives in New York City, where he's writing his first book and working at New York University.
Sunday May 3rd, 2015. 6:00 pm Pacific Time.
(Full bio http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Rocky_Twitchell_SR.)
With a background in various arts, in Rocky R. Twitchell's early years he studied under a Savate Instructor named Shane Milone'.Taking Rogh & Tumble Savate to stop bieng picked on by bullies at High School was his main reason for taking the lessons given by Shane Milone', but those Savate lessons would be the foundation for many other Instructors in the years to come. Once Rocky learned a few concepts from the Art of Savate, (basically just stand up to the bullies) they would eventully leave him alone. By his Junior year in High School he had the confidence to stand up for himself and he had the confidence to stand up for others if they were picked on by bullies. Portola High School, located in Portola CA also had boxing during Physical Education once a year and his skills from Savate plus the boxing from P.E., planted a seed in his mind that would slowly grow to training along side World Boxing Champions and World Class Martial Arts Instructors.Graduating from Portola High School he found himself living and training with his father Rocky H. Twitchell in Southern Utah. Once he moved in with his father and found a place to hang his punching bag the rest was History.
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Please join Sister Akilah Muhammad, your host, for the Dianetically Speaking show brought to you by the Hereafter is Now Network. This episode will be entitled "Sending Out an SOS: SAVE OUR YOUTH." Student Minister James Muhammad, Southern Regional Prison Reform Student Minister will join me to discuss the Prison Industrial Complex and its suppressive effects on our communities. Please invite family and friends. We welcome your questions and be prepared to take notes. Call in at 347-857-4514 also via www.blogtalkradio.com/hereafterisnow