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  • Conversation with 2017 Poetry Contest Judges

    in Poetry

    Listen in to our conversation with the 2017 Poetry Contest Judges to learn what they look for when they are scoring your contest entry poems. They will share valuable insights and read some of their own work as well as work that they enjoy. Moderated by Poetry Super Highway’s Rick Lupert. If time, you’ll have the chance to call in to pose question to the judges. (What other poetry contest gives you this kind of access to the contest judges?)

  • geexploitation presents svs a george romero tribute

    in Film

    When you think of filmaking and pittsburgh the first name thatn pops to your mind was  george romero. so join is as me the crew and our guests and fans tell why we loved him and his work.

  • An Evening with Andi, Cheryl, a Notebook, and a Pencil...

    in Poetry

    Sunday evenings with Cheryl and Andi will showcase poetry inspired by your passion to write.
    We hope many will be motivated by our various contests, prompts, and quotes, to write and share poetry using a writing style that is forceful, direct, imagery rich and earthy, using words simple and vigorous.  
    Be inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s passionate sage words.  
    "The writer's job is to tell the truth, All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know.' So finally I would write one true sentence, and then go on from there. It was easy then because there was always one true sentence that I knew or had seen or had heard someone say.”  
    Budget dictates BYOB….please remember, though we are rather certain, Mr.Hemingway never uttered these words…. if you “Write Drunk, Edit Sober”….

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    Talk Star Wars Episode 79 | Behind The Scenes of The Last Jedi

    in Film

    It's episode 79 of the Talk Star Wars podcast and Marc, Steven, and Paul discuss the reveals from D23 and take a long look at the behind the scenes reel. They ask is the Force is hereditary, where would we film a Star Wars movie if we were the director and do force users need to know each other before they can sense each other through the Force. All that and much, much more...
     The Star Wars Commonwealth
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  • Type Essay

    in Writing

    This is the first episode from Type Essay the website hich deals with the homeworks, term papers and courseworks. Composing an essay is about having complete understanding of this issue and having adequate time for writing a fantastic high quality essay. Individuals who are writing documents for a very long while also require composition help sometimes. It is specially good to supply your essay to a person who isn’t an expert within the pay for composing an article you’re authoring. 

  • Take A Solar Moment

    in Books

    Make it a Much Day

  • Meet an author, Joy Resor - reading, writing... experience her passion!

    in Books

    Joy Resor has found her passion and her "joy!"  Check out her books... Check out who she is, what she does and why!
    Joy founded Joy on Your Shoulders (J.O.Y.S.) in 2010, and through this umbrella she loves life, writes books, serves clients as their spiritual mentor and offers inspiring wares of cotton Batik with positive messages on them.
    Join the show live or in replay. Feel free to share the link with others... especially moms and grandmothers! 

  • CUTV News Radio spotlights education pioneer Phyllis Coston

    in Books

    Buckhannon, WV – More than 200,000 students entering college have some type of learning disability. Students with learning disabilities often find it difficult to keep up with their peers, but a learning disability just means you learn differently.
    Phyllis Coston is a pioneer in educational services for college students with learning difficulties.
    “I always told students: ‘You’re not dumb. You just learn differently, and we can be glad for the learning that you can do,” says Coston. “We believe in what we’re doing and we believe in the students.”
    In 1963, Coston established the West Virginia Wesleyan College Learning Center to help students with reading and study skills. In 1982, she developed one of the first college programs specifically to help students with dyslexia.
    “My goal was to help students be successful,” says Coston. “It’s not the time you put into it, it’s what you put in the time. That was my philosophy."
    Coston is the author of Celebration of Success. Published in 2013, The book shares inspiring stories of learning disabled students who succeeded despite their challenges. The testimonies in this book can offer encouragement to anyone struggling with a learning disability.
    “I wrote this book and shared the stories of these young people who were told they should never go to college and now have successful careers,” says Coston. “I think they found our program helpful because I helped them believe in themselves. We don’t all have to learn the same way.”
    Celebration of Success is available through Barnes & Noble and Amazon.

  • RRBC RAVE WAVES BlogTalkRadio "ASPIRE TO INSPIRE" with Host Gwen Plano

    in Books

    Welcome to RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB'S BlogTalkRadio production of RAVE WAVES "ASPIRE TO INSPIRE," where HOST GWEN PLANO is joined by Co-Hosts JOHN W. HOWELL and JAN SIKES. Join us for a thought-provoking and inspirational half-hour!
    This segment of ASPIRE TO INSPIRE is sponsored by SHADOW OF THE DRILL by author RHANI D'CHAE.
    If you'd like to know how you can get your own recorded commercial to air during one of our shows, please visit the RRBC site.

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    Episode 8: Just Have Fun, Woody!

    in Performing Arts

    In Episode 7, The Performer revealed his intimate knowledge of Woody’s musical life, not to mention his friendship with Trumpet Man. After confiding to Woody that his journey was a reflection of Woody’s journey, The Performer told Woody that there was only one possible route to fulfilling his musical destiny: “It’s time to climb back up on the horse, Woody.”
        And now, enjoy Episode 8: Just have Fun, Woody!  Written, voiced, and produced by Jeff Resnick, The Jazz Storyteller. Production copyright by JeffResnick.com.

  • Talking Pictures: Art Director Jennifer Bengham THE BEGUILED

    in Film

    Host Paul Booth will interview Art Directir Jennifer Bengham about The Beguiled, which won the Palm D'Or at The Cannes Film Festival.