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The Ethically Immoral Podcast is a weekly program that focuses on the creativity behind the spoken word artists, authors, and poets we feature. Through in-depth interviews and live and previously recorded spoken word performances, we aim to showcase the creative versatility of our guests and allow our listeners the opportunity to get to know the creative on a more personal level.
 
The IndieFeed Performance Poetry Channel uncovers the best of today's cutting edge spoken poetry artists, delivering their work via single-serving shows optimized for mobile use. Think of it as a poetry slam, or an exciting, dynamic poetry reading, right at your fingertips! Recordings arrive one at a time, several times each week. The single-serving format allows the listeners to add these recordings easily into their media collection with no fuss. And best of all, each podcast gives the lis ...
 
From Russian tragedies to Australian comedies, via Emirati slam poetry and Saudi science fiction, our appetite for words knows no bounds. In our day jobs at the Emirates Literature Foundation, you'd normally find us planning the next Emirates Airline Festival of Literature, but the rest of the time we're guessing whodunnit, debating the ultimate feel-good novel, or reading the stacks of books that line our office walls. As we are here in Dubai, one of the best connected cities in the world, ...
 
This is the Sony Award-winning podcast from Book Slam, London's best (only?) literary nightclub where books, music and free thinking intersect in a Bermuda triangle of no brow culture. Book Slam happens regularly at The Tabernacle in Notting Hill, but this podcast gives you the opportunity to catch up on the readings and performances, plus interviews and more. Recently, Book Slam has featured such luminaries as Will Self, Adele, Plan B, William Boyd, Irvine Welsh, Simon Armitage and the Alab ...
 
This hard-hitting, truth telling, no holds barred, more real than reality tv, poetry transcends the slam, spoken-word, and arts and entertainment catagories. It bites the hand that feeds the lips of man-pleasers and suck-ups. So enjoy. The premier poem is "Speaking My Peace" - a poem that has to be heard to be believed, and even then... The PDF is available on www.judahisrael.com on the lyrics page. Many of my poems are posted there as well.
 
Abbey Arts presents exclusive live recordings from THE ROUND, a music & arts event held monthly in Seattle since 2005. The Round's home venue is Fremont Abbey Arts Center, a nonprofit 501(c)3 venue for intimate concerts, literary & visual arts, storytelling with The Moth, modern dance, and more. Download new recordings including rare collaborations between musicians. Past performers at The Round include: Damien Jurado, Mary Lambert, Rosie Thomas, Jesse Sykes, David Bazan, John Van Deusen (Th ...
 
Tegan Nicholls joins Word Travels on a quest across NSW, meeting young slam poets at the crossroads of race, access and recognition. From small country towns to beachside writer’s festivals, Tegan and the Word Travels crew road trip across the state recording stories, rehearsals and conversations all leading up to one big moment: the National Slam Finals at the Sydney Opera House. But this series isn’t about winners and losers, it’s about what it’s like to be a dream-big poet in small-town A ...
 
”This group has truly been an inspiration to me (…)” – Amir Sulaiman (US) Def Jam Poet, 2010. Apart from the international sound of melodic acoustic soul, it is the intelligent angle on social and societal issues that really makes up the essence of S.T.I.C.S. S.T.I.C.S. or Sound That Inspires Conscious Souls, have managed to inspire and provoke their audience with lyrics and music that challenges the boarders of acoustic soul, hip-hop and spoken word. S.T.I.C.S. consists of four members who ...
 
Dear Writer is a weekly podcast about the experiences of two aspiring authors, from setbacks to successes, and all that goes on in-between. In her other life, show host Ashley Lindsay is a researcher at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. And her co-host Sarah Anderson is an operating room nurse, residing in Calgary, Canada. But on evenings and weekends, we're bloggers at Linderson Creations. Podcasters on Dear Writer. And first and foremost, aspiring authors.
 
Cutting chai, a half-serving of milky tea, is short and sometimes sweet, just like the short stories shared by host Jayati Vora. She breaks down the nuts and bolts of writing, and shows entrepreneurs and creative writers how to use her writing tips effectively. Episodes feature writing prompts and occasional interviews, and air on Thursdays. Stay in touch on our Facebook group: www.facebook.com/groups/cuttingchaistories/about/ Connect with me on Instagram: www.instagram.com/jayativora and ww ...
 
Dead Jesters Sketch Comedy Podcast is a collection of hilarious, original skits & parodies brought to you by NYC stand-up comedians Joe Powell and Ryco Newton-Block. From Richard Branson doing slam Poetry, to our Serial Podcast parody, each episode will leave you laughing throughout. Enjoy! Credits: Script & Voice Over: Joe Powell & Ryco Newton Block Production: Joe Powell & Ryco Newton Block Recorded @ Ryco's shitty, tiny NYC Studio Apartment Follow: Joe Powell: Instagram @joepowell89 Ryco ...
 
Deep in the Heart of Frisco is a project brought to you by long time residents Ed Mahoney and Brian Brickman. They share a passion for everything Frisco from the great dining options, to the complicated world of local politics. They discuss topics ranging from the history of Frisco, local hot spots, and special events, to the inside scoop of local influences, ways to be involved and how the government is organized. Check it out and enjoy the deeper side to Frisco Texas
 
This is a showcase of a weekly series of spoken word shows, ‘finding a voice’, aired on CFRC 101.9fm, Kingston, ON – Show’s host/blog space manager, Bruce Kauffman at bruce.kauffman@hotmail.com — Notice: Some short segments of these blogs may only very occasionally contain strong/mature language.
 
*Webby Award Honoree* First Generation Burden was created in 2016 and focuses on the intersection of immigrants and the creative community. We celebrate the unique and diverse immigrant population in America through longform interviews. Basically, it’s just a bunch of fun conversations with good people. Hosted by Rich Tu. Check out FirstGenBurden.com for all the episodes. Follow us at @firstgenburden and @rich_tu
 
Introducing Hebrew School, a game show podcast for kids of all ages, hosted by Stephanie Butnick and Liel Leibovitz of Tablet Magazine's Unorthodox. Hebrew School is a weekly game show, featuring real kids answering questions about all things Jewish. There are songs, games, quizzes, and so much more. Have a question about the show, or know a kid AGES 7-12 who should be on the show? Email us at Hebrewschool@tabletmag.com Check out all of Tablet's podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts.
 
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Burst Kisses on the Actual Wind is the latest collection of poems by author, playwright and slam artist Courtney Sina Meredith. Courtney's first poetry book Brown Girls in Bright Red Lipstick came out in 2021, followed by collected short stories, Tail of the Taniwha and the non-fiction The Adventures of Tupaia. But she believes her second collectio…
 
As usual we like to have some fun on Fridays! We talked about our dream job! We got Breaking News that Prince Phillip passed so we called our friend Sally over in the UK to get an update! How are you feeling about hugging and shaking hands.... still not doing it? Also we have the talent hour with Bad Impressions and the Poetry Slam about square piz…
 
Enjoy this recording from last week's Bangkok Poetry Slam held on March 26, 2021. It was a dazzling array of styles and talents. In the end the winner of the slam was the poet Ana Tone, who brought forth a pair of poems that demonstrated his range which he executed excellently .Accompanying Ana Tone on stage that night was a roster of poets each of…
 
On this episode of DIHF, Ed and Brick talk about the new Frisco Public Library with a max price tag of $62M. Is it worth it? Listen to the podcast and you be the judge! Enjoy Ed and Brick's past week's adventures including sitting down at Frisco's Rail District Outdoors- FREE ADVISE Booth! What the heck?? Ed's daughter Alex recites an absolutely am…
 
We discuss the latest grand strategy news and conscript chat to speculate wildly about the Paradox Insider as we no longer can.Follow the hosts!Rose (@EnigmaticRose4)Twitch.tv/EnigmaticRose4Lorris (@FatherLorris)ChapelComic.comLambert (@Lambert2191)YouTube.com/user/Lambert2191Leana (@TilFolkvang)YouTube.com/TheLoreswornOrder…
 
We're joined by community ambassador DJTruthsayer to discuss the Stellaris: Nemesis expansion and the rest of the week's grand strategy news!Follow DJ! (@DJTruthsayer)Follow the hosts!Rose (@EnigmaticRose4)Twitch.tv/EnigmaticRose4Lorris (@FatherLorris)ChapelComic.comLambert (@Lambert2191)YouTube.com/user/Lambert2191Leana (@TilFolkvang)YouTube.com/T…
 
Do you except your significant other to show you affection before leaving the house? Lake Nona goes up against Winter Haven in Smarter Than Your Hood! What were you caught doing as a teenager that you weren't supposed to be doing? Does anyone even care about 4/20 anymore? What is the most amount of money you've made from cryptocurrency? What is a m…
 
Our ongoing segment with Coffee with the Candidates sits with JP Schade and we learn more about where he's from and why he's running for PLACE 1. This was a super fun segment where we tell our favorite lines from the movie AIRPLANE, learn his favorite 80's movies and more about what brought him to Frisco. Lots of laughs in this segment!…
 
HAPPY MONDAY! We kick off a new week in our new studio! Rae explained what happened during her camping trip with the twins and why she will definitely try again! What is something you will ALWAYS buy no matter the price? Alcohol? School Pictures? When did a show/event not go as planned? We share some positive things going on with What's Good and ca…
 
We discuss the latest grand strategy news and speculate about Lorris' questionable dietary choices.Follow the hosts!Rose (@EnigmaticRose4)Twitch.tv/EnigmaticRose4Lorris (@FatherLorris)ChapelComic.comLambert (@Lambert2191)YouTube.com/user/Lambert2191Leana (@TilFolkvang)YouTube.com/TheLoreswornOrderBy No CB: A Grand Strategy Podcast
 
In Volume Three: Volume Two, we welcome Curator, Poet, Spoken Word Artist and host of The J Rose Experience, J Rose. Connect with J Rose: IG: @my_crumbled_thoughts YouTube: rosegardenevents Website: therosegardenevents.com Recorded spoken word performances in this Chapter include: Ashley Davis: Dear White Male Colleague IG: @ashleydavis_art Twitter…
 
Do you have a diary hidden away somewhere at risk of being chucked out or just deteriorating due to lack of attention? Dr Vivienne Plumb is a devotee of diaries. She's also a poet, fiction writer, novelist and playwright, who's promoting the establishment of a New Zealand Diary Project to rescue and collect, archive and preserve diaries written by …
 
Dr Alys Longley from the University of Auckland has become an expert in collaborating with artists around the world in these pandemic disrupted times. The Associate Professor of Dance Studies in the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries, has been managing three projects that involved artists around the planet. And they don't all hinge on Zooming.…
 
On ANZAC Day, flags will fly around the Wairarapa to commemorate both the soldiers and the horses who made up the New Zealand Mounted Rifles Brigade serving in the first World War. Creating the flags and banners as part of the NZ Pacific Studio ANZAC Bridge Fellowship is Esther Bunning, 2020 New Zealand Professional Photographer of the Year. Esther…
 
More than 20 hours of interviews recorded during and since the New Zealand-wide lockdown in March last year, have been distilled into a stage show called Transmission. The key figures for creators Stuart McKenzie and Miranda Harcourt were epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson…
 
Caren Rangi, the first Pacific Chair of the Arts Council in its 55-year history, is confident more Pasifika leaders will head the body that governs arts funder Creative New Zealand in the future. Ms Rangi is also only the third woman to be appointed Chair of Toi Aotearoa. Caren has a strong connection to the Cook Islands and has served on the board…
 
Portraying the invisible through visual art - that's the challenge more than 20 artists from universities in Poland, America and New Zealand set themselves back in 2019. The exhibition Invisible's been shown in the other two countries. Now after a Covid-19-related delay, it's about to open at the College of Creative Arts at Massey University in Wel…
 
It's ironic - you spend years researching a book, it wins acclaim and awards when it's published, and then it generates new information that you wish you'd been able to include in it. But the good news for Jill Trevelyan and her magnum opus on respected painter Rita Angus, is that there's now a revised edition. Jill Trevelyan won the Non Fiction Aw…
 
Here we go! Brick and I sat down with another riveting episode of Coffee with the Candidates! Learn the softer side of the candidates while we talk less about politics and more about the "PEOPLE" behind the signs. Today we are joined with Karen Cunningham who is running for place 3. Share the love and spread the word!…
 
Amy Jo Jackson, the recipient of the 2019 Denovan Fellowship in Cabaret, is a popular and brilliant cabaret performer who has performed at every major cabaret venue in New York City. Amy Jo breaks down the process behind some of the shows they have created, talks about what makes cabaret work for them and has a geeky and glorious discussion with De…
 
There is a pop psychology theory about left brain and right brain dominance from the 1980s. Supposedly those with strong right brains are the analyzers and those with dominant left brains are the artists. In this scenario, it is a rare person who is lucky enough to have both sides of their brain work harmoniously; their logical and scientific right…
 
In this episode, we look at books to read during the holy month of Ramadan. Ahlam gives us a whistle-stop tour of key facts, from fasting to the five pillars of Islam, before we speak to Buddhist Monk Gelong Thubten about all things mindfulness and meditation during Ramadan. Books and authors mentioned in this episode: Muslim Women Mystics: The Lif…
 
In the Volume Three premiere, we welcome Poet, Spoken Word Artist, Educator, Activist and author of the book Shackled Freedoms, Dasan Ahanu. Connect with Dasan: IG: @dasanahanu Twitter: @dasanahanu Website: dasanahanu.com Recorded spoken word performances in this Chapter include: Gabbi Jue: Hey Girl IG: @gabbi.jue.poetry Facebook: @gabbijuepoetry B…
 
Christchurch's Court Theatre has outlived all the other first professional theatres set up on New Zealand. It proudly celebrates its 50th birthday on the 21st of April. Felicity Price, a long time patron and board member,is the perfect person to write the account of the much loved theatre. It follows the Court from its origins, to its numerous diff…
 
It's been a tough year for numerous creative writing and publishing tertiary courses around the country. Last year was the last for budding writers at the Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology. Even then, for part of the year they were confined to their homes because of the pandemic. It did however offer them time to write. Since 2017, student…
 
The fictional New Zealand seaside town of Gabriel's Bay is the setting for a third novel by Hawkes Bay based author Catherine Robertson. The central theme explored in Spellbound is power, from family violence to factions that can emerge within a small community. There is a large cast of characters in the book, so you have to keep your wits about yo…
 
A small town family story about dementia and the healng power of music - performed with a mass community choir! - is the new offering from the team behind the play and movie Daffodils. Alison cares for both her daughter Billie and mother Tup who has advanced frontotemporal dementia. Billie comes across a YouTube video that leads the family to searc…
 
What's on the back of a painting can tell as story as fascinating as what's on the front. There are not only the obvious - signatures and labels - but all kinds of other tantalising clues. Three New Zealand art conservators have gathered more than 30 of their favourite paintings where what's on the back - even what the back's made from - have eithe…
 
"I want to prove that people with Down syndrome can do anything." That's Lily Harper's mission. She's an award winning actor from Palmerston North who's starring in Up Down Girl, directed by Nathan Mudge. They've adapted it from British writer Sue Shield's play Up Down Boy. Lily's version tells the story of 19 year old Mattie as she prepares to mov…
 
Recently the Chair of Te Tuma Whakaata Taonga New Zealand Film Commission, Dame Kerry Prendergast, announced that CEO Annabelle Sheehan would step away from the role, after three years leading the agency. Annabelle has been undergoing treatment for breast cancer over the past six months, and has decided to return home to Australia, complete her tre…
 
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