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  • Modern Alchemy

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    Join us tonight on Unmasked with our special guest Mr. Brandon Beacham as we use modern alchemy to unlock infinite abundance. If you would like to be apart of this live broadcast then pick your time zone and call our studio number at 3479456003 and hit the one key if you have a question or comment.  The time zones are 7:30pm EST, 6:30pm CST, 5:30pm MST and 4:30pm PST

  • SUICIDE EARTH (#9) J.K. Ullrich -- Blue Karma | w. Van Carter

    in Environment

    (A fiction account that helps all of us see the bleak future we are creating.)
    Blue Karma (Mar 2019, Spaekona Press) by J.K. Ullrich. Came out digitally in 2015.  In the near dystopian future, water is the coin of the realm.  People steal it.  People die for it.  Empires depend on it.  Water.  It covers almost three quarters of the planet, comprises more than half the human body, and has become the most coveted resource on Earth.  And because of its sudden scarcity, humans around the world have been displaced.
    J.K. Ullrich investigates the future as a technology analyst by day and a science fiction writer by night. She published her award-winning debut novel Blue Karma in 2015, followed by the Syzygy novella series. “In Blue Karma I envisioned a near future where this plight was so common, people had developed a vocabulary shortcut for the issue. Thus I coined the term “engee”, a portmanteau of “environmental refugee”. I never imagined applying the term in a real-life context so soon after dreaming it up, but that’s exactly what’s happening.”
    Van Carter is a retired broadcast journalist. "I was never a war correspondent, yet we're now in a war and I feel like I'm reporting from the front lines." Since 2008, he has published the Only Green list.  To see previous and upcoming episodes, go here.
    Music Credit: David Nevue: While the Trees Sleep
    Kudos to Sunbury Press for hosting this interview series on its BookSpeak Network

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