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Sippin On Ink is an exploration into all things LGBTQ oriented. If you are a writer, artist, producer, musician, filmmaker, poet or actor then this is the show for you. We invite you to come on and tell the world what makes you unique as well as sharing the pathways you have traveled.

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Danielle Erwin is an actress, director, filmmaker, producer, writer, and Videographer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Danielle is powerful, a mentor, and a lesbian woman with a mission to change the ideas society has of the... more

Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene is an Ijaw and Urhobo Nigerian dyke performance activist, poet, dancer, essayist, playwright and actress who was born with a mouth full of dynamite and sugarcane. She uses her poetry to chisel a... more

Join Kat as she talks with author of "Passion Marks" Lee Hayes about his new novel "The Badseed" Some people can make being bad seem so very good. Lee Hayes, the critically acclaimed author of Passion Marks, A Deeper Blue:... more

Join Kat as she talks with the founder of Orlando Black Pride Trish Duncan as we talk about the week long events that make up Orlando Black Pride 2011.

From June 8th - 11th, 2011, Atlanta, Georgia, will host the 19th Annual Southern Fried Poetry Slam. The Southern Fried Poetry Slam is the Final Four of competitive poetry and has grown to be the second largest poetry competition in... more

Okay this is going to be a fun show. So join me in bringing in another year with laughter and music.

Poet On Watch (P.OW.), our modern day literary griot/ fearless ritualistic poet/soulful shaman strategically moves us to that sacred place of bearing witness to the power of sexual/racial/political difference as she invokes the... more

Join Kat as she speaks with April Sinclair. April Sinclair is the author of three novels, the critically acclaimed bestseller, Coffee Will Make You Black, Ain't Gonna Be The Same Fool Twice, and I Left My Back Door Open. The American... more

Saving Julian is a story for and about LGBT homelessness. The film tells the story of Julian, a fourteen-year-old boy from Texas, kicked out of his home after he comes out to his mother. Hearing about the diversity of New York, he buys... more

Clarke is the author of five novels, including Intimate Chaos, Tainted Destiny, and Losing Control. She has penned three stageplays, two erotic vignettes and one non-fiction ebook entitled Love and Marriage: The Gay and Lesbian Guide to... more
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