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    Show time: 5:00pm West coast - 8:00pm East coast
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  • 01:24

    QLPOR-YouTube Poetry Presents Celaine Charles

    in Poetry

    Celaine Charles is a multi-genre author living in the Pacific Northwest. She balances her dual life writing poetry and fiction by night and teaching elementary students by day. On the poetry side, her chapbook Colors Collected (stemming from her Channillo-hosted, online poetry series, Colors) launched in 2019 (Palmetto Publishing Group). Her newest full collection, Three Hearts Stitched, is forthcoming in January 2024 (Egret Lake Books). Previous works include: Tupelo Press 30/30 Challenge Project, Dime Show Review, Nine Muses Poetry, Spillwords Press, The Seattle Star, and The Sunlight Press, among others. Celaine was a poetry finalist in the PNWA Literary Contest, July 2017. On the fiction side, her YA Fantasy, Seam Keepers, debuted May 2021 (The Wild Rose Press), and her holiday paranormal novella, Stained Glass Secrets and Star Wishes, released November 2022 (The Wild Rose Press). Both have received awards. Celaine has many writing projects in the fire, craves allergy-free chocolate, and thrives taking walks in her beautiful Washington State forests. Connect with CC via https://linktr.ee/celainecharles.
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  • 00:37

    Interview with Julia Amante

    in Books

    Novelist Bernadette Walsh interviews Women’s Fiction author Julia Amante, author of Evenings at the Argentine Club, Say You’ll Be Mine, and That Was Then. Julia writes emotionally rich stories about family, love, and the passion of chasing and achieving one’s goals. Her books reflect the flavor and rhythm of Latino communities in the U.S..
    Julia grew up in California, the daughter of Argentine parents, who taught her to value her roots and to be proud of her Latina heritage, as well as to be grateful for the life they built in America.  The beauty of America is that both cultures could be interwoven together, and Julia illustrates this in her novels. To her, being Latina is not separate from being American; her immigrant story is part of the great history of this country.

  • 02:15

    In Our Craft or Sullen Art with Scott Sharpe & Pam Ray

    in Poetry

    “Our Craft or Sullen Art” uses the all of the various art forms including literature, film, television, theater, fine art, music along with quotes from creative minds throughout history as inspiration for writers to have their words recited or to just call in to the show, talk and celebrate the poems of other writers who are reciting their poems on the air.

  • 00:40

    The Lyrical Cypher Radio Show hosted by Chyna airs Tuesday Nights @ 9pm

    in Performing Arts

    The Lyrical Cypher Radio Show hosted by Chyna airs Tuesday Nights @ 9pm. Call in Tonight & Spit Your Poetry, Sing, Share Your Short Stories, Comedy, Art or Rap Live!! Calling ALL Singers, All Poets, Spoken Word & Hip Hop Artists, Comedians, Artists & Metaphorically In-Tuned Visionaries!! A radio show that provides you with Poetry, Hip Hop, Singing, Smooth Lyrical Vibes & More!! Share Your Gifts Tonight!! You Can Listen By Calling (515) 605-9717 or Click the Link to Listen: http://tobtr.com/12312860

  • 00:40

    Book Chat with #1 NYT Best Selling Author Christine Feehan on Book Lights

    in Books

    Christine Feehan is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, with 83 published works in seven different series: Dark Series, GhostWalker Series, Leopard Series, Drake Sisters Series, Sea Haven Series, Shadow Series, and Torpedo Ink Series. All seven of her series have hit the #1 spot on the New York Times bestseller list. Judgment Road, the first book in her newest series, Torpedo Ink, debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list.
    “The Queen of paranormal romance.” —USA Today
    You can find out more about Christine and her books on her website: http://www.christinefeehan.com
    And for more about host Lisa Kessler visit http://Lisa-Kessler.com
    Book Lights - shining a light on good books!

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    Joe Regenbogen, Author, Educator, Essayist, on The Sunbury Press Books Show

    in Books

    Joe Regenbogen's long career as a schoolteacher led to writing later in life, and has encompassed a series of thoughtful, researched and diverse works. Appearing on The Sunbury Press Books Show, Regenbogen discusses his experiences in the classroom, which led to his first two books: Questioning History and Relearning History were targeted at those bored with traditional methods of teaching.
    His following works were equally fulfilling: The Boys of Brookdale tells the stories of veterans of World War II, while Making a Difference details the work of Irl Solomon, who dedicated his career to teaching in the schools of East St. Louis. From here, Regenbogen stepped into fiction with his first novel, Longs Peak, and his latest, Dying of the Light, available on Sunbury's Ars Metaphysica imprint.
    When Ethan's wife of 40 years passes away, he realizes the guiding light of his life is now extinguished. Haunted as well by a decision made decades before, Ethan takes a road trip to rediscover himself, and find a way to make things right, after so many years.
    A native of New Orleans, Joe Regenbogen taught in the city's schools before moving to St. Louis, where he now resides. In addition to writing, he has hosted talks and penned op-ed pieces for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

  • 00:31

    Close Up Radio to Welcome Back Jose Marcelo Baqueroalvarez of Half Life Crisis

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    Chesapeake, VA -- The author known as J Marcelo Baqueroalvarez has at times been called Marcelo Baquero or even BeeZee, the nickname that shows up on his blog, which is called Half Life Crisis. Not to be confused with a midlife crisis, this title refers to the fact that most of us spend so much time toiling away to make a living that we forget to actually live. As Bee Zee prepares to leave the US Navy after over 20 years, his idea of living your life to the fullest will take on new meaning and direction. He jokes about rediscovering what’s at the end of the pier.
    Bee Zee stresses that his constant goal is to create a better world through his writing, capturing events and issues that are intellectually honest, foster critical thinking, and help people from falling into the trap of divisive tactics.
    As BeeZee prepares for his show, he is glowing in the praise of his latest book, Woke and Proud The Charlatans’ Inconvenience which was released early February and featured (along with his blogging expertise)  recently in The Festival of Storytellers Roundtable Sessions from Book Magnet. BeeZee shines as a blogger for his honesty, wit, engaging family material featuring  Alicia and Samantha. He is also noted for politicized views that touch on his vision—for example, the recent post America vs. America which highlights consistent indicators of  a potential civil war and the undermining of our country’s global position.
    “Sometimes we need something to reset. I’m happy to provided that kind of interesting detail.” Mr. Baqueroalvarez (BeeZee) says with pride.
    For more information about a J. Marcelo Baqueroalvarez and his writing please visit www.halflifecrisis.com

  • 00:25

    The 5:22 Man with Gregory Bloomfield -- The Parker J. Cole Show

    in Books

    In today’s society, true manhood has become difficult to define. What does a real man look like? What are his characteristics and traits? Listen in as I chat with author Gregory L Bloomfield and his takes on this topic through his own spiritual journey and also by using the example of Jesus as the template of manhood. Jesus’ manhood traits can be found in the Biblical fruits of the spirit found in the book of Galatians. Join us as we study manhood in this exciting publication, THE 5:22 Man 
    Listen on January 27th at 2:00 pm Eastern time by dialing 646-668-8485. Follow PJC Media on podcast platforms everywhere. Subscribe to our YouTube channel. Or, click on the link here:  http://tobtr.com/12308748.

  • 01:59

    After Midnight with Rex and Pam...

    in Poetry

    Stop in After Midnight, We at L-N-P's After Midnight invite you to- dine on the words, voices of those giants; those ministers to the maelstrom brewing third eye bright, screamt from that reality, billowing, with their breaths. You've suckled with Bukowski, published obscene odes with Ginsberg, went on the Road with Kerouac and broke on through the other side with Morrison. Come .... walk past the edge of Midnight, open those doors wide and step through that portal. And as your eyes see, then the mind becomes a playground, a vast universe,  Unique. Free, of the constraints born in preconceived theories, where your voice, will be uncloaked, Heard.

  • 01:31

    Voice of Indie Episode 184

    in Books

    Welcome to Voice of Indie, a production of Fresh Ink Group. Your hosts are Beem Weeks and Stephen Geez. This week we welcome the return of author Robert McKenzie.

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