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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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Join me in talking with the founders of Camp Lickalotta Nancy Leedy and Joanie Beasley Definition Breakdown of the Word Lickalottafest Lick: to overcome or defeat, as in a fight, game, or contest. A lotta: a large portion or large quantity of... more

Doug Cooper-Spencer is a novelist, essayist and short fiction writer living in Cincinnati. He is the author of two novels, ‘This Place of Men’ and ‘People Like Us’, (books I and II of the ‘Place of Men Trilogy’) as well as a short story for... more

She brings people out of the closet in a single speech. She was voted one of Vegas’ 31 People with Pride! She is described in the QVegas magazine as one of the “Women to Watch Out For”. She motivates thousands of people in a given... more

Divine destiny is what motivates mother, daughter, author, playwright Laurinda D. Brown to write novels and plays that portray real people in true-to-life situations. Join in as we discuss what else motivates her.

meeK, is an American poet, spoken word vocalist, motivational speaker, writer and photography artist. Her collaborations with Bassist Kirk Green and The Brass King resulted in the release of her debut album 'Egression' in October... more

Rough Language Femme Fatale! M.A.C. Make-Up joins: $500 Poetry Slam & Live Music Series! Femme Fatale Kick-Ass style! Starring: Phillippia Williams & the Blaze One band! Featuring: Eva Kennedy! and Introducing: Raquel M. Jackson... more

Ifalade Ta'Shia Asanti, award-winning journalist, author of three books, filmmaker, poet, priestess, activist, cultural educator and TV producer. Ta'Shia has published over 700 articles in her career as a journalist and has conducted interviews with... more

A Queer Black MobileHomeComing is an innovative and loving response to a deep craving for intergenerational connection. A craving that lives in the hearts of queer black same gender loving elders and visionaries. A craving that has taken... more

Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene Poet, Playwright & Performance Artist, Lenelle Moïse describes Fly's verse as "free, fierce, insightful, romantic, chatty, hilarious, confidential and confident. Her imagery is explosive and precise. In... more

Meet Angel Brown, founder of QBC. Queer Black CinemaTM (QBC), New York's first and Only Black LGBTQ Monthly micro-cinema and Annual film festival is dedicated to promoting Black LGBTQ filmmakers and ALL people of color Artist.... more
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