Aug 31, 2018
Our host Gerald Everett Jones and co-hosts Cheyenne Cockrell and Thomas Page consider how poetry and spoken word before an audience can both entertain and stimulate the creative process. #amwriting #selfpub #poetry #podcast
Aug 24, 2018
Before a hushed audience at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), our show host Gerald Everett Jones discloses secrets behind The Baptism by 19th century painter Julius Leblanc Stewart.
The painting, which LACMA now owns, shows a christening in a plush private parlor, attended by 21 people. The portraits are...
Aug 17, 2018
It's not surprising that many first-time authors want to do their memoirs. And memoir is an extremely popular genre with readers these days. Our host Gerald Everett Jones talks with cohost journalist Cheyenne Cockrell about how to navigate the choppy waters of such reality-based stories. For example, when should you...
Aug 3, 2018
In this week's episode, we interview Georja Umano of Splash Magazines Worldwide, who writes reviews for opera, theater, and travel, as well as coverage of charities and events dealing with animal welfare and wildlife conservation. (News update: Georja is currently pursuing projects in Kenya and recently spoke at
Jul 27, 2018
When we first considered doing a show on the nonfiction book category of spirituality and metaphysics, we weren't sure how our audience would receive the topic. After all, we're not about preaching to anyone. The world of self-publishing is a big tent, with a broad welcome mat - and we want to keep it that way.