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Tough Talk with Tony Gambone with his guest Clarissa Burton & Caren Glasser
Clarissa Burton aka Queen Of The Pen™, International Investigative Journalist and Womanist Media Historian, writes poetry and short stories. She has published in the Charleston Post-Courier, the KC Star, Flourish Magazine, and the KC Small Business Monthly. She has several blogs and is the founder of The BWE Bloggersphere™, Princess Onyx™, and Queen of the Pen™ websites; is a contributing writer for Black Women Deserve Better, BlogHer, CNN iReport, and Yahoo. She has published three books: Travel – A Poetry Compilation; Elijah’s Great Race; The Black Family Tree™ -a workbook and facilitator’s manual, and Princess Onyx Precious Gems. She will release her first novel, Faces~Samantha on August 16, 2013. Clarissa is Navy veteran serving from 1984 to 1990. She has a B.A. in Psychology from Ottawa Univ. and a M.A. in Business. http://www.queenofthepenbooks.com/about-the-author/#sthash.vEdeHuJj.dpuf
For the past 30 years Caren has dedicated her personal and professional life to communicating and connecting with people. Her past experiences have allowed her to meet many different people and make a difference in their lives. In the early 90’s she was a children’s rock and roll singer, signed with Rhino Records. She traveled the country singing songs of self-esteem. That experience culminated with a concert at Carnegie hall. During that same time she owned a creative arts company that provided programming for the public and private schools sector in Los Angeles. Her 50 plus teachers brought art programs back, which had been cut out of the schools because of budget cuts. Caren has learned a lot about what it takes for people to create positive experiences in their lives while following their passions. http://www.promoteyourpassionnow.com
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