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Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. Let's get real, queer, talk about religion, our upbringings, and all the things that make us who we are. Who are we beyond labels and representation in media and politics? Please join me while I get to know people's stories of resilience, passion, and perseverance despite all odds. Follow me on Instagram and Facebook @thelatinxidentityprojectIf you like what you hear, be sure to leave a review and subscribe t ...
 
A biweekly podcast where amazing female athletes share stories of breaking barriers, speaking up, and living with power and confidence in today’s changing world. Hear successes and challenges of life as an athlete and thoughts about inequality in sports and media coverage.
 
Have you ever felt like the only person in your company, industry, community, or the only one in the room reaching for your unique dreams and vision? There’s power in being “The Only”. But how do you harness it as a strength and what can you learn from other “Onlys” to help you own your voice and power, step into your leadership and accelerate your success? Join keynote speaker, media/communication coach, former TV news anchor/reporter and “only” Angela Chee as she shares inspiring bold conv ...
 
So much is heard about Climate Change, ironically, little is known about Climate Action. The Climate Talk Podcast is a youth-led and primarily youth-focused learning platform for people all over the world to take practical and guided steps towards addressing Climate Change. The Climate Talk Podcast is hosted by ‘Seyifunmi Adebote with the support of the International Climate Change Development Initiative and Media for Community Change Initiative.
 
We chat with wonderful artists and creators from all around the Bay Area. Don't forget to subscribe in order to watch future interviews and other exclusive content! © Grow Canvas Grow Productions. If you enjoy the podcast we really appreciate if you can follow us on our social media channels to get the latest updates! :) thanks again! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/artofthebayshow YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/GrowCanvasGrow
 
Thirsty for a nerdy discussion of science, technology, ethics, and popular fiction? Dr. Jennifer Terrell and Iris Bull (Ph.D. student) talk each week about their ongoing college course designed and organized around these topics. We start by asking, “What is the role of popular culture texts in the construction of sociotechnical ethics?” We then spend 15 weeks answering that question together using frameworks unique to the field of science and technology studies, conceived of by historians, s ...
 
What are NFTs? How do you buy and sell NFTs? Is it safe? There’s a lot of buzz around NFTs. We’re here to shine a light on the situation. From the Blockchain is hosted by “Bored Becky” Ashley Smith and “NFTIgnition” Danielle of Fame Lady Squad—a female-led NFT community project. As women in the NFT space, we recognize the need for more women in the predominantly male industry. So, we’ll talk with industry experts to give you everything you need to confidently navigate NFTs. Whether you’re al ...
 
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Your host, Derek McFadden, talks with Bonnie Garmus, author of the INSTANT New York Times Bestseller, Lessons In Chemistry.Bonnie Garmus is a former copywriter who now writes novels full-time! She is an avid rower who counts among her family her husband, two pretty amazing daughters, and a dog named 99. Find Bonnie online at www.bonniegarmus.com.…
 
Young people are part of the key actors in nature protection and restoration. There is an important need to support them to ensure the sustainable implementation of their projects and also ensure that their lives are protected. Millie Edwards is the project manager for the Iris Project, a project aimed at supporting young people aged 14-24 with fun…
 
Author Louise Hare joins me from London, England to chat about Miss Aldridge Regrets, her US debut novel. Tune in to hear about crime onboard a luxury ocean liner in 1936. Find out how a short story becomes a novel. Learn which song inspired the book’s title. Listen to the show on your favorite podcast listening platform!Find Louise at https://loui…
 
Today’s guest is Iris Johansen, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of more than 30 consecutive bestsellers. Her series featuring forensic sculptor Eve Duncan has sold over 20 million copies and counting and was the subject of the acclaimed Lifetime movie The Killing Game. Along with her son, Roy, Iris has also co-authored the New York Times b…
 
2022 is Bianca Smith’s 2nd season as a minor league coach with the Boston Red Sox. Prior to being with the Red Sox she was an Assistant Athletic Director and Assistant Baseball Coach/Hitting Coordinator at Carroll University. Bianca also coached at Case Western Reserve University (where she earned her dual JD/MBA) and at the University of Dallas. S…
 
“A book is not about something, it is for someone.” - AJ Harper How do we overcome our insecurities and barriers to become the authors we are meant to be? Whether you are writing a book, giving a speech, or making a video, your creation is an act of service. Today's guest AJ Harper is an editor and publishing strategist on a mission to help authors…
 
JONATHAN MABERRY is a New York Times bestselling author, 5-time Bram Stoker Award-winner, 3-time Scribe Award winner, Inkpot Award winner, and comic book writer. His vampire apocalypse book series, V-WARS, was a Netflix original series. He writes in multiple genres including suspense, thriller, horror, science fiction, fantasy, and action; for adul…
 
Erica Katz is the pseudonym for a graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and Columbia Law School who began her career at a major Manhattan law firm. A native of Tenafly, New Jersey, she now lives in New York City, where she's employed at another large law firm. The Boys' Club was her first novel and Fake, released in February of ’22 is h…
 
Social media is a great resource for learning, especially for NFTs. The rabbit hole of scrolling and queued videos can be beneficial after all. YouTuber and Influencer Wendy O uses her platform to educate people about crypto and NFTs. She started in crypto when there were very few women. Now, there are more and more women joining the space. But she…
 
Today’s guest is USA TODAY bestselling thriller author Audrey J. Cole. She resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two children. Before writing full time, Audrey worked as a neonatal intensive care nurse for eleven years. Her newest book, The Final Hunt, was released June 7th.#podcast #author #interview #authors #KillerWomen #KillerWo…
 
Meryl chats with Marilyn Simon Rothstein about how she combines her Jewish background and her robust sense of humor in her recently released novel, Crazy To Leave You (May 2022), as well as her other award-winning novels, Husbands and Other Sharp Objects, and Lift and Separate. Crazy To Leave You is the Number #1 New Release in Jewish Fiction on Am…
 
Kathy L. Murphy is an artist, author, and creative business woman. She is the CEO & Founder of “The International Pulpwood Queens and Timber Guys Book Club Reading Nation.” This is the largest "meeting and discussing" book club in the world! “Pulpwood Queens and Timber Guys” was started on January 18, 2000 and is celebrating nearly 21 years of brin…
 
Kids are the future of NFTs. The metaverse is making way for kids and family. More products and brands are taking a kid-friendly approach with NFTs. Working in the toy industry, Iris Ichishita is leading the charge for kids to enter the space. On this episode, Iris discusses what content will look like and what the future is going to bring. Check o…
 
Asanteni Charles, known at Teni, is a women’s footballer with the team Billericay Town FC based in Essex, England and St Vincent Women’s National Team. She has been playing since she was young, even traveling each summer to the IMG Academy to become a better player. Off the pitch, with her sports coaching and performance analysis degree, Teni is al…
 
April M. Reign is a multi-genre author of many stories that range from Mystery-Thrillers, Sci-Fi, and Urban Paranormal. She has also ghostwritten thirty other novels for others. April lives in Southern California where she owns a marketing company. If she’s not writing or working on her business, then she’s golfing and enjoying adventures with her …
 
We keep the party going and welcome two more special guests!! 😊. Happy to welcome the highly talented animator Bennett Rust, and the returning development artist, CJ Guzman. We chat about their early days in art school, their animation influences growing up, their process when working on original projects, and so much more! If you would like to sup…
 
Tracy sits down with veterinarian and author Melissa Shapiro to discuss her new children's book, Piglet Comes Home. Piglet’s story has been featured in PEOPLE Magazine, NBC NIGHTLY NEWS, CNN, GMA3, CBS NEWS, THE DODO and more! PIGLET’S REAL-LIFE STORY: Piglet, the deaf-blind pink puppy is a double dapple dachshund chihuahua mix rescued from a hoard…
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot welcomes back author John Vercher to talk about his new novel AFTER THE LIGHTS GO OUT. John lives in the Philadelphia area with his wife and two sons. He has a Bachelor’s in English from the University of Pittsburgh and an MFA in Creative Writing from the Mountainview Master of Fine Arts program. He i…
 
“It’s important to honor your past and see the impact and power you have on the future. I believe there is a ripple effect.” – Angela Chee I’ve been very introspective these past few months. I feel a lot of change coming and have been going through a personal realignment, by reflecting back to move forward. That’s why this week I’m re-releasing: “T…
 
Janyre Tromp is a historical novelist whose loves spinning tales that, at their core, hunt for beauty, even when it isn’t pretty. She’s the author of the just released Shadows in the Mind’s Eye and coauthor of It’s a Wonderful Christmas. She’s also a book editor, published children’s book author, and lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan with her family,…
 
Kathleen Macferran is a facilitator, author, teacher, Certified Trainer and Assessor for the Center for Nonviolent Communication and the owner of Strength of Connection. She has spent much of her life bringing harmony to communities through music, including two decades as a classical music conductor and seven years as a public-school music teacher.…
 
Join Tracy as she sits down with Miry Whitehill and Jennifer Jackson, creators of the new book, Our World is a Family. From the creators of Miry’s List, the nonprofit that has helped thousands of people arriving in the U.S. as refugees comes an all-ages story about compassion and human connection. Our World is a Family is a picture book exploring t…
 
Communications are an integral part of building a community. As a global communications expert, Maha Abouelenein has experienced various changes in digital communications and marketing. She made her way into the NFT space and has played an integral role in Gary Vaynerchuk’s VeeCon. Learn how you can leverage communication to build a strong experien…
 
Join Grace Sammon, Mary Helen Sheriff and Guest Host, CEO and Founder of Red Penguin Books as they discuss LAUNCH PAD the unique radio show, podcast, and book marketing support program that celebrates book debuts and the authors that create them. #authortalknetwork #authorlife #artofstory #debut #booklaunch #listen #storytelling #bookrelease #booki…
 
Today’s guest is Jaime Lynn Hendricks. Jaime’s debut novel, FINDING TESSA, was called "an anxiety fueled ride rife with unexpected left turns" by Publishers Weekly, and won a "Best of 2021" in the debut category from Suspense Magazine. It is also available in UK & Commonwealth under the title HIS MISSING WIFE. IT COULD BE ANYONE, out May 31, 2022 w…
 
Meryl chats with Lois Schaffer about her new book, From Bullet to Bullhorn and her 2013 book, The Unthinkable: Life, Loss and a Mother’s Mission to Ban Illegal Guns, which was written after her daughter Susan was murdered by a robber with a gun. They discuss how Lois channeled her grief into writing these books, as well as her thoughts about the cu…
 
Hola, bienvenidos, and welcome to another episode of the Latinx Identity Project This is a podcast where we tell stories for us and by us. I am your host, Elsa Iris Reyes In today’s episode we will get to know Natalia Molina, the author of a Place at the Nayarit and Distinguished Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Sout…
 
NFT artists aren’t just creating digital tokens. They’re creating culture for Web 3.0. Each project, celebrity partnership, creative genius is building a culture for the communities in the metaverse. As an artist and contributor, Mack Flavelle recognizes the power artists have in the inner circle to build something that has a ripple effect to the i…
 
Linda Ulleseit has an MFA in writing from Lindenwood University and is a member of the Hawaii Writers Guild, Women Writing the West, and Paper Lantern Writers. Linda is the award-winning author of two novels, Under the Almond Trees and The Aloha Spirit. Her books are thestories of women in her family who were extraordinary but unsung. She recently …
 
Today’s guest is Vanessa Savage. Vanessa is a graphic designer and illustrator. She has twice been awarded a Writers' Bursary by Literature Wales, most recently for The Woman in the Dark. She won the Myriad Editions First Crimes competition in 2016 and her work has been highly commended in the Yeovil International Fiction Prize, short listed for th…
 
Authors on the Air welcomes guest host Cheryl Head, author of the Charlie Mack Mowten Mysteries. Her books have been finalists for numerous awards including the Lambda Literary Awards and New Generation Indie Book Awards. Find out more at www.cherylhead.com Guest author Kellye Garrett's suspense novel Like A Sister released to acclaim in March 2022…
 
Authors on the Air welcomes guest host Bruce Robert Coffin, the award-winning author of the Detective Byron mystery series and former detective sergeant with more than twenty-seven years in law enforcement. Bruce is the winner of Killer Nashville’s Silver Falchion Awards for Best Procedural and Best Investigator, and the Maine Literary Award for Be…
 
American Ellie Smart is a professional high diver competing in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. She started competing in the World Series events in 2017 on the rough Irish coast of Inis Mór and earned a permanent place in the women’s line-up for the 2019 season with a third place at the FINA World Cup. Ellie started her career as a diver at …
 
Greg Stumbo is a father, ex ranger, a musician, a mixologist, and horror and suspense writer from the Crystal Coast of North Carolina. Author of five novels including the Generation Zed Series, Crossover, and has also co-authored a book of horror fiction with parasomnia as its foundation. Stumbo applies his wit and easy banter to his dialogues whic…
 
"A lot of untigering is about turning inward." - Iris Chen What can we undo versus do? That is what we are exploring today: the power of undoing. It takes a lot to shift culture and break generational cycles, so to help me explore this topic is Iris Chen, a self-described recovering tiger mother, the founder of the "untigering" movement, and author…
 
Margaret Lowman Ph.D., is known affectionately throughout the world as “Canopy Meg.” She is a global pioneer in forest canopy ecology. She is one of the world’s foremost “arbornauts” — someone who explores and studies the vast forest canopies that make up what Meg has termed the Earth’s “eighth continent.” A tireless educator, strong advocate for g…
 
Hesitant to invest in crypto? Mine the Future, co-founders Nick and Jason, are familiar with the concerns with crypto investment especially when it comes to mining, setting up your own rig, and capturing the tremendous upside from mining. That’s why they created Mine the Future. The NFT project is the first to mine Bitcoin on your behalf. Listen to…
 
Danielle’s latest guest on Killer Women is May Cobb, author of My Summer Darlings, releasing on May 17. May earned her MA in literature from San Francisco State University, and her essays and interviews have appeared in the Washington Post, the Rumpus, Edible Austin, and Austin Monthly. Her previous novel is The Hunting Wives. A Texas native, she l…
 
Meryl chats with Rabbi Dan Ornstein about his book, Cain v. Abel : A Jewish Courtroom Drama, and the timeless issues it raises about the world’s first murder. These include: sibling rivalry, dysfunctional families, the human family, misogyny, forgiveness – and the perennial question, Am I My Brother’s Keeper?Rabbi Ornstein is the rabbi of Congregat…
 
Connie Berry joins me in the Corner again to chat about her 4th Kate Hamilton mystery, The Shadow of Memory. Tune in to hear about creative reuse of Victorian asylums, art appraisal, and why art fraud is a bad idea. (Hint: you’ll get caught). Listen wherever you listen to podcastsFind Connie at https://connieberry.com/ and https://www.missdemeanors…
 
Art of the Bay: Sessions | Season 2 Premiere Welcome back! We kick off season 2 with not just one but two special guests!! 😊. We welcome the super talented duo known as Irie & Dan. We talk about their amazing mural process, the first time they met each other, how they created the largest pineapple in Oakland, and so much more! If you would like to …
 
Today’s guest on And the Plot Thickens is Reavis Wortham, author of more than 2,500 newspaper articles and more than 12 novels including the Red River Series and The Sonny Hawke Series. Reavis is an outdoorsman and 4th generation Texan. He is a two-time Spur Award winner and member of Mystery Writers of America, The Writer’s League of Texas, the In…
 
On the latest episode of Now, Appalachia, Eliot interviews author Sheila Myers about her new novel THE TRUTH OF WHO YOU ARE. Sheila Myers is an award-winning author and college professor in Upstate New York. Her penchant for research and meanderings through the wilderness, lakes, mountains, and vistas (and the occasional trip to a cemetery) in the …
 
“Changing the World and Sending Love One Book, Play and Film at a Time” with Amy FerrisAmy Ferris is an author, editor, screenwriter and playwright. Her screen adaptation of J. California Cooper's short story, Funny Valentines (Director: Julie Dash) was nominated for a Best Screenplay Award (BET, Black Reel). Her screen credits include the feature:…
 
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