Poet Gerry LaFemina talks about his newest book of poetry, Vanishing Horizon. He is currently the Director of the Frostburg Center for Creative Writing in Frostburg, Maryland. Before his career as a poet and professor, he was the lead singer of the hardcore punk band Expletive Deleted and the ska band Tom Collins and the Cocktail Shakers.
Also, we chat with Jason Skipper about his debut novel Hustle, featuring an alcoholic ex-con man grandfather who has has hustled for money and now redemption, his restless, philandering seafood salesman son who has has hustled for women and now hustles for love of a different sort, and his hopeful musician grandson struggling to make up for their past and somehow set course for the future.
Living Ecstasy is about Waking Up with humor and with Love. Living Ecstasy is not a “get-happy-in-10-easy-steps” type of book. Living Ecstasy assumes that you are not broken or needy. You do not lack anything.
Kinshasha’s conversation with Satyen Raja is a beautiful conversation about living our lives in joy.
Living Ecstasy is designed to be an invitation and a challenge. Ignite your deepest passion and claim your birthright! Do not wait another moment to give your Love and Freedom, and to feel the full expression of Life.
Satyen’s deepest purpose for living is to make it possible for others to Awaken in a way that is real, practical and sustainable. He is the President and founder of WarriorSage, one of the leading spiritual growth organizations in the world.
Is your first or third skin a hot spot? First skin is the thing that bounds our physical being; second skin is our clothes; third skin is the built environment we live and work in.
Hosted by Paula Quinlan and Midwest Building Ecology Coalition.
A ton of new music, some old favorites, and even an airing of Happy Birth Dub for Dr. StrangeDub. Brand new remixes of Dubmatix’s:http://www.dubmatix.com System Shakedown album on the new Clash of the Titans; some cool new Slovenian dub from the Fraj Ton Dub compilation; and new music from Dub Colossus, Babilonci (the very nice These Boots cover), Roots Nation, Jesse Royal, Bandulu Dub & Haji Mike, Masia One & Sabotawj (the very cool Irie), Natty Dave, and our own Mutant Frogs.