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Episode 9: Rudolfo Anaya and Q.R. Hand Jr. from the archives. Student Art exhibit in Hendersonville, NC, Robert Zachary of the Healing Love Institute and Emily Dickinson.
Tony Robles interviews Greenville, SC Poet Laureate Glenis Redmond.

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  • L&BH – Wednesday, June 7 on WPVM Asheville, NC
    Martha Cinader will interview Laurie Stone live from WPVMfm, and interviews by Tony Robles of poets Christopher Sims and Crystal Cauley and flute busker Diana Flores.
  • Flo Mayberry the Book Doula
    Tony Robles speaks with Flo Mayberry, in Hendersonville, NC, about her life as a writing coach.
  • Flute Busking
    Tony Robles talks with Diana Flores, who plays flute on Main Street in Hendersonville. She describes the freedom that it affords her in her choices of music, including themes to her favorite video games. She also plays in a community band, The Blue Ridge Ringers, which is a handbell choir, and a flute choir called Who’s on First.
  • Edwin Torres on the Written and Spoken Word
    The uncut video interview. Martha Cinader speaks from her studio in Greenville, SC with Edwin Torres, author of Quanundrum, winner of the 2022 American Book Award, and spoken word artist in Beacon, NY, about his three hour virtual workshop, on Saturday, June 3, Room to Roam, and his mixery and mastery of spoken word, music, graphic art and writing for the page.
  • Flo Mayberry, Tamim Ansari, Edwin Torres
    Tony Robles speaks with Flo Mayberry, writing coach, and Tamim Ansary, Afghan-American writer. Martha Cinader speaks with Edwin Torres.
  • L&BH – Wednesday, May 31 on WPVM 103.7 FM
    Tony Robles speaks with Flo Mayberry, and Tamim Ansary, Martha Cinader speaks with Edwin Torres, May 31 3pm
  • From Bamboo Comes Life:
    Edwin Lozada, Executive Director of Philippine American Writers and Artists (PAWA), who explains the Philippine creation story of the first man and woman. Malakas is the first man who was created, and Maganda, the first woman.
  • wildflowers by Beverly Parayno
    The uncut video interview by Tony Robles in Hendersonville, NC who speaks with Beverly Parayno in Cameron Park, CA, about her book of short stories: wildflowers.
  • Give it to the Light
    Shrink the feeling of shame until it fits in the palm of your hand. Offer it up to the Light of the Universe. Imagine the light absorbing the nasty feeling. See it vanish before your eyes, and feel RELIEF wash though you!
  • Fiction Addiction, Beverly Parayno, Edwin Torres
    Jill Hendrix, owner of Fiction Addiction bookstore. Beverly Parayno author of wildflowers. Edwin Torres, spoken word.
  • Wednesday, May 24 on WPVM 103.7 FM
    Hosted from WPVMfm 103.7 in Asheville, Wednesday at 4pm, featuring a conversation about books and the book business with Jill Hendrix, owner of Fiction Addiction bookstore in Greenville, SC. Tony Robles speaks from Hendersonville, NC with Beverly Parayno in Cameron Park, CA, about her book of short stories: wildflowers
  • Gun Talk
    And here, 3000 miles away in the warehouse where I work, they are talking guns
  • Reebee dedoo dada
    The uncut video interview by Tony Robles, who speaks with multi-media artist Filey Matias, author of Reebee dedoo dada, Redhawk Publications, a story of song and the freedom to be oneself! Reebee, dedoo, dada is a book about bullying and how it takes a village to beat one.
  • Suzy Sureck, Fiely Matias, Zap Mama, Tracie Morris
    Martha Cinader speaks with Suzy Sureck, Tony Robles with Fiely Matias, spoken word by Zap Mama, Tracie Morris
  • Wednesday, May 17 on WPVM 103.7 FM
    Martha Cinader speaks with Suzy Sureck about her multi-media installation Tread Lightly. Tony Robles speaks with Fiely Matias about his book Reebee, dedoo, dada.
  • The Music of Roots
    Martha Cinader speaks with multi-media artist Suzy Sureck about the sounds inspired by the underground community beneath our feet, and other facets of her multi-media installations, including her use of poetry in Tread Lightly/Digital Forest curated by Ute Ritschel at the Shader Galerie Darmstadt, Germany 2022.
  • Say YES to the Universe!
    I have the MOST amazing clients. Every time I sit with another woman in a coaching session, I learn something. Each client is my teacher as well as my student. She might need me to remind her that she is amazing and powerful, and capable of doing or being whatever she wishes to do or […]
  • Sebastian Matthews, Jennifer McGaha, Jacqueline Ramos
    Martha Cinader speaks with Sebastian Matthews, about Travelogue, A Photographic Journey, Tony Robles speaks with Jennifer McGaha, about Flat Broke with Two Goats. Spoken word from Jacqueline Scott Ramos and music from King I.
  • Show will feature Memoir on May 10
    This Wednesday at 4pm on WPVMfm 103.7 in Asheville, NC I will have Sebastian Matthews, author of Travelogue, A Photographic Journey, and Tony Robles who spoke with Jennifer McGaha, author of Flat Broke with Two Goats.
  • Appalachian Memoir
    Tony Robles interviews Jennifer McGaha about her memoir Flat Broke with Two Goats.


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