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  • 01:24

    Voice of Indie Episode 171

    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 science fiction author John B. Rosenman.

  • 01:31

    The Star Chamber Show #392, A Visit With Brian Rodman!

    in Writing

    Award-winning novelist and comic creator Brian Rodman will be stopping by for a visit on the Star Chamber Show live podcast Wednesday at 9 PM Eastern with co-hosts Stephen Zimmer and Holly Phillippe!  Currently working on The Cosmic Wheel universe in novel form based on his comic book series "Memoirs of an Angel," Brian also has a series called "The Nebulizer" and has been been published in multiple anthologies.including the Pulp Factory Award-winning Pulp Reality No.4 from Stormgate Press!!  Brian will be discussing all of his current and upcoming projects in this episode!  Don't miss it! 

  • 00:28

    Close Up Radio Spotlights Author Eve Carson

    in Books

    Indianapolis, IN – Eve Carson is the author of the book Simple, Safe & Secret: The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster. Eve seeks to keep alive the memory of her sister-in-law, Joan Webster, a Harvard Student, who perished in November of 1981, under very suspicious circumstances. Despite being a cold case and meeting resistance at every turn, Eve continues to seek justice for Joan.
    “I began researching this case back in 2006, because the former prosecutor announced that he was writing a book about this case.” mentions Eve. “Having understood the case from the beginning, I understood that what he wrote was similar to the story that was promoted through the media. However, it did not match up with documents that I recovered.”
    “The case is forty-two years old, and no one has been tried or charged with the crime,” explains Eve. “The state of Massachusetts alleged that Leonard Paradiso picked up Joan at Logan Airport, took her to a boat, murdered her, and then dumped her in Boston Harbor. Her body was missing until 1990, when her remains were discovered in a wooded area in Hamilton, Massachusetts – and NOT in Boston Harbor.”
    Eve’s passion for this case manifested itself into a book that she authored – Simple, Safe & Secret: The 1981 Murder of Joan L. Webster. This book offers a more detailed account of the events, evidence, and people surrounding Joan Webster. She has dedicated the book in memory of Joan.
    For more information, please visit https://www.justiceforjoanwebster.com/
    To purchase Eve’s book, please visit Genius Books

  • 00:23

    Interviewing a Business Owner of a Gallery Practice

    in Visual Arts

    Dani Boston is a Junior Achievement student and her assignment is to choose a small business or entrepreneur who would be willing to be interviewed.
    Alpha Bruton: Chief Curator/Artist/Research and Development Consultant.
    Alpha Bruton is a visual artists, painter and environmental installation artist. Over the course of my professional career, she has designed and executed arts programming for community-based arts organizations, implemented artists-in-residency projects for schools and neighborhoods, and developed programming for art districts, art centers, and City municipalities.
    Research and Development Consultant
    Alpha Bruton is the sole proprietor of an Art Consultancy unincorporated business—a network of consultants who advise individual artists and small nonprofit art organizations. 
    • Administrative Support/Board Development/ Event Management/Fundraising/ Marketing/Podcast.
    • Project Management/Public Relations/Website Curation/Organizational Development: board/staff relations, meeting facilitation, retreat planning, and strategic planning.
    • Practice areas: visual arts-based projects and programs for art education, community-based organizations, and nonprofit organizations.
    • Public Policy/Affairs: Consultants for advocacy strategy and public policy research,  I provide administrative support, project management, research model, and website curation. 

  • 00:40


    in Books

    The murders are based on Medusa and meet Bay and Cass two sisters quite different and have no choice but to live together. Meet her nemesis McKelky and join them and Detective Downing yovdilve the murders.

  • 01:02

    Unveiling the Secret Behind Dana Aber's Captivating One-Woman Musical

    in Performing Arts

    Dana Aber (she/her) is an award-winning theatre performer, producer, collaborator, and creator, with a 20 year career spanning across the country and across the seas. She has been seen in NYC Off-Broadway, at The Dixon Place, NYFringe Festival, NYMF, Apollo Theatre, and FDCAC/Classical Theatre of Harlem. A strong advocate for the development of new musicals, she has been involved in countless presentations at New Dramatists, NYU Tisch, Dramatists Guild, Ars Nova, and across virtual media. Through her Big Thunder Productions company, Dana has created and helmed 8 concert-cabarets, most notably the bi-coastal #YesAllWomen Raise Your Voice concert joining artists within the movement for gender equality. As a theatre writer, Dana’s autobiographical 1-woman musical, Baggage at the Door, travels her healing process from trauma-induced PTSD. Baggage at the Door was a finalist in NYC’s ONEFest, and earned Dana a month-long artist residency with Elsewhere Studios in Colorado in 2018. Coming up, Baggage at the Door looks forward to its regional premiere in Virginia, and Dana’s next soloshow FINAL BLOW, which explores the blame placed on boundary setting, will have its NYC festival debut in November 2021. Dana is currently collaborating with her brother, Broadway’s Drew Aber (he/him), on her new play Save/Reload, about identity exploration through video games. She is a survivor and advocate, and is honored to be able to use her voice to share for those who cannot. Four consecutive Januarys with four near-death experiences...um, Happy New Year?

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  • 00:03

    Hanging with Lizzy Stevens Episode #1

    in Writing

    Episode #1 Lizzy Stevens talks about patience.

  • 00:32

    Becky Paroz writer, author, strong woman in business share her prospective

    in Books

    youtube version : https://youtu.be/ktZp6z77TPo
    https://wordsofbek.com.au Becky is an award-winning self-published author. She offers teaching on how to create your book and self-publish it. She shortcuts the learning journey for authors who are looking to add to their professional profile. Her passion for writing about male dominated industries, business, resilience and mindset has seen her featured in several compilation books. Her passion for writing Non-Faction, also allows her creative flair for fantasy to appear in print.

  • 00:25

    Eric Burns

    in Books

    As a correspondent for NBC News, Eric appeared regularly on NBC Nightly News and the Today Show, with Jane Pauley. Eric was named one of the best writers in the history of broadcast journalism.  Eric is the winner of two Emmys for television news commentary. Eric is also well-known for his impeccably researched historical books.  Now 15 of them.  We will be talking about his book When The Dead Talked.

  • 02:01


    in Poetry

    Best Poetry Podcast Welcome to La Cosa Nostra Radio, here you're family... Our artistic community is filled with inspiration, and we respect your individuality.. Here, a variety of poets from around the world come together to share our love of verse...stop by and read your poetic masterpiece live on the air with us! We can be found on At allpoetry.com you can participate in chats interactively, and post your work so others can read along, comment, and get feedback on your work...Come read your poetic masterpiece live on the air with us!

  • 00:31

    "To Mrs. Tchaikovsky: A Capella"

    in Performing Arts

    "To Mrs. Tchaikovsky: A Capella"
    From the record shop