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Sippin On Ink is an exploration into all things LGBTQ oriented. If you are a writer, artist, producer, musician, filmmaker, poet or actor then this is the show for you. We invite you to come on and tell the world what makes you unique as well as sharing the pathways you have traveled.
 
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Join me Wednesday, October 15, 2014 @ 8pm EST as I talk with author LaToya Hankins about living the words that we write… LaToya Hankins is the author of SBF Seeking, and K-Rho: The Sweet Taste of Sisterhood. She is a native of North Carolina and currently resides in Raleigh, NC. She is an East Carolina University graduate who earned her Bachelo ...…
 
Monique ‘Being True’ Thomas is a mother, partner and “life author” who has been embracing her love of words since adolescence. She is a native New Yorker to the bone and will remain in the city that never sleeps until her time on the earth is finished. She is a former teen journalist who wrote several articles about her time in the foster care ...…
 
Join me August 13, 2014 @8pm EST as I talk with Immani Love about life, erotica and poetry. Are they one and the same? Immani Love was born in Philadelphia, Pa and is currently making her home in Florida performing regularly at several venues throughout the US, UK, and Europe upon booking. Recently named 2013 Erotic Poet of the Year by the Nati ...…
 
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Join me July 30, 2014 @ 8pm EST as we have Transgender Coversations an open conversation about the ongoing issues, life and love in the community and how all this revolves around our panelists and maybe, just maybe you. Joining me will be Louis Mitchell, Reverend Eunice “Yunus” Coldman and Jack Ori. Louis serves as the Engagement Coordinator fo ...…
 
Join us as we speak with prolific author Christiana Harrell about writing, her nomination and being her authentic self. Her first release, “GIRL: A Story for Every Les Being” became a #1 best seller in the Amazon Gay and Lesbian category on April 22, 2013. Girl Her latest accomplishment in literature came with her most recent release “Cream”, p ...…
 
Join me as I speak with Alexis De Veaux: Author • Poet • Activist about her newest work of love, Yabo. Alexis De Veaux was born and raised in Harlem, the product of two merging streams of black history in New York City-immigrants from the Caribbean on her mother’s side and migrants from North Carolina on her father’s side-who settled in Harlem ...…
 
Diedra Meredith Chairwoman of the LGBT Academy of Recording Arts (LARA) and CEO. Born and raised in New Orleans, LA. In 1999 she transplanted to Brooklyn, NY. after retiring from her award winning career as a choreographer. She is also known as recording artist Deepa Soul, recently landing in the top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 Club Play Dance C ...…
 
Join us as we talk with L. Michael Gipson a critically acclaimed writer, award-winning youth advocate and burgeoning songwriter. For his public health youth work, Michael was the recipient of the NAACP and the Black AIDS Institute 2001 Leaders of Today and Tomorrow award. His socio-political essays have been published in two recent anthologies, ...…
 
G.R.I.T.S. - A MARVELOUS AND DIVERSE COLLECTION OF WRITINGS AND WRITERS! This cutting-edge anthology G.R.I.T.S : Girls Raised In The South- An Anthology of Southern Queer Womyns’ Voices and Their Allies, edited by Poet On Watch & Amber N. Williams, can be compared to the pioneering anthology Home Girls which featured writings by Black feminist ...…
 
We took a break after three years and 120 shows and now it's time to return! It's time to shine the light, once again, on those doing more than in the community. Join us for our "Welcome Back" show where we catch up with not only past guests but you the listener! Tell us what's been going on in your world as Kat shares what's been happening in ...…
 
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Award-winning writer, Robin G. White is the author of two published collections of poetry, Resurrection: A Collection of Work, Reflections of a Life Well Spent, a forthcoming e-book collection of poems of love and loss titled, When Love Departs, and a third volume of poetry due in 2013, These Three Things: Writings on Faith, Hope and Love. Whit ...…
 
A Milwaukee, Wisconsin native, Sheree L. Greer has been published in Hair Trigger, The Windy City Times, Reservoir, Fictionary, and the Windy City Queer Anthology: Dispatches from the Third Coast. She has performed her work across selected venues in Milwaukee, New York, Miami, Chicago, and Tampa, where she hosts Oral Fixation, the only LGBTQ Op ...…
 
Craig Stewart is one of America’s most gifted writers. His work debuted on stage in Atlanta with A Day in the Life, wowing sold out audiences and critics alike. Stewart returns with his highly anticipated memoir, “Words Never Spoken” slated for release May 2012. Said to be Stewart’s most revealing and personal work yet, “Words Never Spoken” det ...…
 
Listen in as we talk about Shades Retrea, past and future. Meet the team behind Shades and talk to the ladies who will be encouraging you to grow, empower and change.
 
James Earl Hardy is the author of the best-selling B-Boy Blues series: B-Boy Blues (1994), praised as "the first gay hip-hop love story" and prominently featured in Spike Lee’s Get On The Bus; it’s sequel, 2nd Time Around (1996); If Only For One Nite (1997); The Day Eazy-E Died(2001); Love The One You’re With (2002); and A House Is Not a Home ( ...…
 
Join us as we talk to author Teryn Williams about her newest release "Rose from the Bayou" a novel centered in New Orleans during the 1990's. It is a dark and unthinkable tale of friendship between Scarlet Rose Laveau and Koral Baptiste. This sinister journey between two young and beautiful women spirals out of control in an inconceivable way. ...…
 
Kai M. Green is a poet, performer, musician, and filmmaker dedicated to bringing the stories of the oppressed to forefront through their art and scholarship. Kai was born and raised in Oakland, California. Kai completed their B.A. in American Studies with a minor in Africana Studies at Williams College in 2007. Kai's dissertation engages the st ...…
 
Dr. D. Marcell is a scholar and ordained minister. As founder and editor-in-chief of N-convenient Truth, an e-publication for SGL men of color, he believes that his divine call is to authenticate, validate, and empower the SGL. Saved, Sanctified, and Same-Gender Loving is the first in a series of books in which Dr. D. Marcell will deal with iss ...…
 
PAPER OVER "THE REVIVAL" A salon styled poetry tour, Cereus Arts' REVIVAL is a unique arts experience of libations, poetry, music, and more. Honors the traditions of past artists and allies who communed in their homes, finding a shelter in each other. And in the work. Reinvent the way poetry is heard. Revive. Delivering a night at once familiar ...…
 
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Marvin K. White, author of last rights (finalist for Stonewall Book Award and Lambda Literary Award), nothin’ ugly fly (finalist for Lambda Literary Award), Our Name Be Witness and Status, is a poet, performer, playwright, visual artist and community arts organizer. His poetry has been anthologized in The Road Before Us: 100 Black Gay Poets; My ...…
 
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Elizabeth Anderson is the Programing Director at Charis Books and More, the South's oldest and largest independent bookstore since 1974. Elizabeth is a fiction writer and bookseller. She believes words have the power to change lives and can be reached at Elizabeth@Chariscircle.org.
 
Michael-Christopher is a highly talented, multifaceted, creative professional based in the Washington, DC area. After working in the publishing industry in New York, Michael created LIVING THE LIFE comic magazine then began writing novels based on the comic book characters. In '07, Michael's hit novel FROM TOP TO BOTTOM hit big, followed by its ...…
 
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In November 2008, a tenacious group of black lesbian activists recognized that there was a void in the community of Southern California. Women were searching for a place to come together. A place to share their feelings. A place where they could be their true authentic selves. With shared experience in organizing fifteen very successful black l ...…
 
Filmmaker Tiona McClodden and publisher Lisa C. Moore announce their collaboration for a feature-length documentary film, Untitled Black Lesbian Elder Project. UBLEP will highlight interviews with black lesbian elders in their 60s, 70s and 80s from across the United States and situate them in a range of black historical movements, spanning the ...…
 
Join me as I talk with author Gheri Y Headley the man behind the ITLA Literary Cafe "Beyond Stone" If ever it was necessary to personify passion, we would speculate that it was at least six feet tall and closely resembled author/publisher Gheri Y. Headley. His mission remains devoted to developing creative literary talent while empowering other ...…
 
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Tina Fakhrid-Deen has been an educator/activist for over 15 years. She has worked in higher education, Federal TRIO Programs, alternative schools, social services, arts education, and college prep programs. Currently, she is a freelance writer, educator, consultant, and LGBTQ family activist. Having grown up with a gay parent, she founded the C ...…
 
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Join Kat and rapper/singer and actor Scandocious J.r. to a mini listening party! From 1999 to the present Scandocious J.r. Mission has been to give the Gay community a Voice of it's own. Between Music on Itunes and Colorful visuals in music video's. He has traveled all over the united states and been on Multiple shows such as Logo and TMZ, and ...…
 
Azaan Kamau is an Award winning nationally syndicated journalist, poet, self publisher and photographer. Azaan’s work has been included in a host of other publications such as GBF Magazine, SBC Magazine, Sapience Magazine, Women In The Life Magazine, GBMnews, Sable Magazine, STUD Magazine, Sinister Wisdom, The Urban Spectrum, Art Angel; Soft St ...…
 
Join Kat as she talks with comedian Sandra Valls AND founder of DewBerries Boutique Jacquelyn Kennedy as they talk laughs, shopping and loving in the life! Sandra is a brash, high energy, outrageously funny, in-your-face Latina comic… and then some! Her comedy career began just after an ex-lover broke up with her then signed her up for comedy c ...…
 
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Join me as I speak to the founders of two new magazines on the scene. Downsouf Magazine started as a dream more than a decade ago. We looked around and didn’t see images of Mississippi lesbian or transgendered individuals, nor a media outlet specific to our needs and after some collaboration Downsouf was born. DS is the first monthly magazine o ...…
 
Danielle Erwin is an actress, director, filmmaker, producer, writer, and Videographer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Danielle is powerful, a mentor, and a lesbian woman with a mission to change the ideas society has of the LGBTQ community through the vision of her films by producing meaningful and unbiased media. After working for several pro ...…
 
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YvonneFlyOnakeme Etaghene is an Ijaw and Urhobo Nigerian dyke performance activist, poet, dancer, essayist, playwright and actress who was born with a mouth full of dynamite and sugarcane. She uses her poetry to chisel a verbal sculpture of her soul for listeners while addressing issues of race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality, war, imperia ...…
 
Join Kat as she talks with author of "Passion Marks" Lee Hayes about his new novel "The Badseed" Some people can make being bad seem so very good. Lee Hayes, the critically acclaimed author of Passion Marks, A Deeper Blue: Passion Marks 2, and The Messiah, returns with a delightfully wicked spin on what constitutes a “bad seed.” The wildly ente ...…
 
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Join Kat as she talks with the founder of Orlando Black Pride Trish Duncan as we talk about the week long events that make up Orlando Black Pride 2011.
 
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From June 8th - 11th, 2011, Atlanta, Georgia, will host the 19th Annual Southern Fried Poetry Slam. The Southern Fried Poetry Slam is the Final Four of competitive poetry and has grown to be the second largest poetry competition in the nation attracting over 200 poets and over 30 teams from all over the nation. The four day event will take plac ...…
 
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Okay this is going to be a fun show. So join me in bringing in another year with laughter and music.
 
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Poet On Watch (P.OW.), our modern day literary griot/ fearless ritualistic poet/soulful shaman strategically moves us to that sacred place of bearing witness to the power of sexual/racial/political difference as she invokes the authority of her individualization across the landscape of America—her spunk, her grit, her “girl I’ll drink your bath ...…
 
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Join Kat as she speaks with April Sinclair. April Sinclair is the author of three novels, the critically acclaimed bestseller, Coffee Will Make You Black, Ain’t Gonna Be The Same Fool Twice, and I Left My Back Door Open. The American Library Association named Coffee Will Make You Black 1994 Book of the Year (Young Adult Fiction Category.) April ...…
 
Saving Julian is a story for and about LGBT homelessness. The film tells the story of Julian, a fourteen-year-old boy from Texas, kicked out of his home after he comes out to his mother. Hearing about the diversity of New York, he buys a one-way ticket and starts off toward a new life. However, the New York streets are about to teach him some h ...…
 
Clarke is the author of five novels, including Intimate Chaos, Tainted Destiny, and Losing Control. She has penned three stageplays, two erotic vignettes and one non-fiction ebook entitled Love and Marriage: The Gay and Lesbian Guide to Dating and Romance. Her most recent work, The Beautiful People: New Orleans, is the first of a six-part short ...…
 
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Since its debut in January 2008, The Lovers & Friends Show webseries has increasingly created a phenomenon that is guaranteed to open the eyes of people within and outside of the LGBT community. Tackling topics such as std’s, masculine vs. feminine roles, societal acceptance, adoption, death and much more the stars and co-stars of The LNF Show ...…
 
CLAUDIA MOSS is a novelist, poet, blogger, motivational speaker and talk show host. She is a former College Board consultant and a former DeKalb County English educator. The author of the adolescent novel Dolly: Memoirs of a High School Graduate, Claudia has contributed to several anthologies. She resides in Clarkston, Georgia, with her family. ...…
 
Renee Bess is a Philadelphia native. Before embarking upon a writing career, Renee taught Spanish and French in two Philadelphia public high schools. In 1994, Renee’s short story, “At the Beauty Parlor,” won first place in a literary contest sponsored by Labyrinth Newspaper. Following that award, two pieces of Renee’s short fiction were include ...…
 
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Hey all a no show guest leads to Kat rambling about anything and everything...listen in for some major news!!
 
My Mama Said Yo Mama’s A Dyke is an urban mockumentary tale about a group of teens who become fed up with their lesbian moms and decide to enlist them into an uncanny camp that specializes in de-lesbianism. It was written, produced and directed by CoquieHughes. The journey for this project actually began two and a half months after the director ...…
 
Join Kat as she talks with Fiona Zedde and discuss her newest novel DANGEROUS PLEASURES! Fiona Zedde is a transplanted Jamaican currently living and working in Tampa, Florida. Her work has been published in numerous anthologies including Best Lesbian Erotica 2004, Wicked: Sexy Tales of Legendary Lovers, and Necrologue: DIVA Book of the Dead and ...…
 
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Join Kat as she talks with author TL James and discusses her novels The MPire Trilogy The MPire Trilogy chronicles the life of the protagonist, financial guru and Mallory Haulm. His reluctant acceptance of his charge as Death, the forth horseman of the Apocalypse collides Heaven and Earth. The journey takes you through family drama, corporate g ...…
 
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Hanifah Walidah is a musician, playwright, educator and social arts activist. Her rich 20 year career has taken an ethnographic approach to the arts and social change. One of her projects is the feature length award winning rocumentary U People. U People was the first LGBT focused film to be screened at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memph ...…
 
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Creative Mastermind of Seven-Time Grammy Nominated Neo-Soul Sensation Floetry Enlists Help From Friends Musiq Soulchild, Raheem DeVaughn, MC Lyte, Lalah Hathaway & Others “My approach to the manifestation of Floetic Soul, has simply been to get out of the way and go beyond my comfort zone, making sure to challenge any limitations that I may hav ...…
 
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On Sipping On Ink we strive to bring you the best the LGBTQ community has to offer and tonight that's going to be you! That's right YOU!! We are opening up the phone lines and the chat room to discussion, debate and most of all laughter. Come share your opinion on all the hot topics in the news and "really" answering some of the questions of th ...…
 
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