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The Black Romance Podcast features weekly conversations with Black writers, editors, and scholars of historical and contemporary popular romance fiction. Julie Moody-Freeman and guests talk about a range of experiences: their difficulties trying to publish love stories with Black characters; their favorite books; writing and teaching about black romance fiction; traditional vs self-publishing; publishing queer romance fiction; and their recently released books.
 
This podcast is a history of everything we set out to accomplish in the literary community dating back to 2011. This podcast channel holds a collection of author interviews we have hosted over the years with Author Tiffany A Green-Hood & Author + Poet Mario Givens. Our goal has always been to support writers, authors, and publishers, artists, and more, with their literary accomplishments, and provide networking worldwide. Listen and enjoy.
 
A fan-driven look at all things D.C. United and the official podcast of Black & Red United, SB Nation's community dedicated to Washington, DC's Major League Soccer team. Each week, writers from the site break down the Black-and-Red's previous games, check in with coaches and players and preview upcoming matches with experts on the teams United will be playing.
 
Ep 128 of Real Black News features the top five empowering Black news stories of the week and this week’s two guests. The first is writer and director Malcolm Lee who discusses his new mega movie "Space Jam: A New Legacy". He talks the ins and outs of directing for animation, plus his new journey and lessons in television as he writes and produces his upcoming TV show "The Best Man: Final Chapters" based on his classic film The Best Man. While Sascha Penn, the Showrunner of one of this summe ...
 
The BAN Radio Literary Program aims to support the African American community and to show people, through the radio show, that African American writers are more than just a niche. We bring wonderful stories to the minds and imaginations of everyone! We have stories to tell, using our voice and our experiences, that cross all races and cultures. Join us on Monday and Wednesday Nights, 8-10 pm EST. BECOME A GUEST ON THE SHOW. Go here to sign up today: http://www.edc-creations.com
 
Welcome! I'm Linda Gordon Hengerer, author of the Beach Tea Shop cozy mystery series, co-editor of the Happy Homicides cozy mystery anthology series, and baker of treats.If you get joy from reading, writing, or baking, join me to learn new skills to take your writing and/or baking to a different level. My happy place is filled with baking supplies, loaded bookshelves, and endless imagination - does this sound like yours, too? Maybe you've thought about writing a book someday, and decided som ...
 
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I discovered Trivax from listening to the excellent podcast Into the Necrosphere hosted by my brother Jackie Smit; ITN is THE best extreme music that you will ever hope to find, I’ve discovered so many great bands as a result. Trivax is one such band. Though they have been in existence for over a decade, I am a new fan. Jackie was kind enough to pu…
 
Barbara Keaton’s first romance novel, All I Ask, was published in 2000. Since then she has gone on to write thirteen romance novels, which celebrate black love. In this episode, we discuss: her experiences publishing with Genesis Press, working with Romance Slam Jam, the mentorship a community of Black writers have provided her, and we deep dive in…
 
Join me for the first themed Tart Words podcast week. It begins Monday with an encore presentation of Emilya Naymark's episode. Wednesday's Tart Thoughts are about Trial Run, Dick Francis's novel set mainly in Moscow. End the week on Friday with a recipe for Pryaniki, Russian spice cookies, which are easy and delicious. Emilya Naymark’s debut novel…
 
FIlibuster is back for the second episode this week, where Jason, Adam, and Ben talk to Laurel Pfahler of Queen City Press. We look at F.C. Cincinnati, their issues this year, why they haven't won at home, and more. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can find everything that we write on Black and Red United, and if you lik…
 
In this episode of Tart Words, Suzanne Fox and Linda Hengerer are discussing Mary Stewart’s book The Ivy Tree and how she uses Brat Farrar, Josephine Tey’s fictional take on a real-life situation, to guide the reader in one direction before taking them somewhere else. It was first published in 1961 by Hodder & Stoughton and is now available in eboo…
 
D.C. United has taken the full three points in the first match of the Atlantic Cup, and Filibuster is here to talk about it. Jason, Adam, and Ben talk about D.C. United's 1-0 win over the New York Red Bulls, the impressive play of Julian Gressel, and the youngsters coming to play. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can fin…
 
This week, Jade Willow, adult entertainer, visual artist, podcaster and appreciator of all things macabre, joins us. I was recently a guest on her podcast, Shedding the Skin, and we had such an interesting conversation that I thought it would be cool to have her on Everything Went Black. Intro: “Everything Went Black Theme” – Composed and recorded …
 
Chilufiya Safaa is a romance novelist whose books put a fresh twist on African and African American love themes and allow readers to examine what they thought they knew about African and African American people. In this episode, we talk about Safaa’s first four novels, A Foreign Affair, Passionate Encounters, The Art of Love, and Stay the Night, wh…
 
In this episode, Linda Hengerer talks with Neil Plakcy about writing, his many writing projects, and his writing process. Neil S. Plakcy is the author of over fifty gay romance, gay mystery and adventure, and cozy mystery novels. His eclectic work career includes stints in shopping mall construction, web development, and computer game producing. He…
 
In this episode of Tart Words, Suzanne Fox and Linda Hengerer are discussing Mary Stewart’s book Thunder on the Right and how she uses omniscient point of view, how her protagonist differs from her usual protagonist, and why we think this might have been the first book Mary Stewart wrote. It was first published in 1957 by Hodder & Stoughton and is …
 
There are many games this week and Filibuster is here to talk about all of them. Jason, Adam, and Ben first break down D.C. United's comeback draw against the Chicago Fire, including what wasn't working in the first half and what was working as Hernan Losada made changes through the course of the game. In the second segment, we welcome Bradley Whit…
 
It was destined to happen. It was only a matter of time before Ralph and I spent an entire episode talking about comic books. Fortunately, now is probably the best time to do such an episode with all of the various Marvel and DC film and TV projects in the works. Unholy Passion Theme composed and recorded by Mike Hill Outro: “Weathered Statues” - T…
 
With Ben on the bench due to child issues, Jason and Adam talk about D.C. United's loss to the Philadelphia Union and preview the midweek game against the Chicago Fire. We talk about the similarity of the two goals given up to the Union, how Philly stopped D.C.'s hot start, the new wave of injuries facing Hernan Losada, and why the Chicago Fire mig…
 
Veronica Mixon, my guest today, was an editor at Doubleday for fourteen years from 1974 to 1988. She was hired as assistant to an editor of Romance and Science fiction novels and then promoted to editor when her boss left the press. She recounts her experiences during these years: creating Doubleday’s Starlight Romances, working with many writers, …
 
Linda Hengerer talks with Alan Orloff, whose latest YA thriller I Play One on TV came out from Down & Out Books on July 19, 2021. Alan Orloff won an ITW Thriller Award for his novel, PRAY FOR THE INNOCENT, and he won a Derringer Award for his short story, “Dying in Dokesville.” He’s also had novels shortlisted for the Agatha Award and Shamus Award,…
 
Ep 128 of Real Black News features the top five empowering Black news stories of the week and this week’s two guests. The first is writer and director Malcolm Lee who discusses his new mega movie Space Jam: A New Legacy. He talks the ins and outs of directing for animation, plus his new journey and lessons in television as he writes and produces hi…
 
In our second episode this week, Jason, Adam, and Ben welcome back our old friend Matt Doyle from MLSsoccer.com to talk about D.C. United's season so far and the state of the Eastern Conference. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can find everything that we write on Black and Red United, and if you like what we do you can …
 
D.C. United goes up I-95 to visit their not quite rivals, and Filibuster is here to talk about it. Jason, Adam, and Ben welcome Adam Booth from the Sons of Ben Podcast onto the show to talk all things Philadelphia Union. We talk about Jim Curtin and Ernst Tanner, ANdre Blake, finding gears, their issues up front, and so much more. Give it a listen!…
 
Love him or hate him, it’s undeniable that Andrew “Dice” Clay has, along with Eddie Murphy, has made an impact on comedy, film and popular culture. In light of the current climate of sensitivity and the overall thin-skinned nature of our society today, Randy and I decided it was time to do an episode of Road to Ruin on Dice’s milestone album “The D…
 
Eboni Snoe is the best-selling author of seventeen books. In this episode, we discuss her experiences publishing her first romance novel A Shiek’s Spell with Odyssey Books in 1992 as well as her experiences publishing with Arabesque and Avon Book. We deep dive into her novels Beguiled, Tell Me I'm Dreamin’, her forthcoming autobiography The Altar, …
 
Linda Hengerer talks with Raquel V. Reyes, who writes stories with Latina characters. Her Cuban-American heritage, Miami, and the Caribbean feature prominently in her work. Raquel is a co-chair for SleuthFest. Her short stories can be found in the Malice Domestic anthology, Murder Most Theatrical and in the 2021 crime fiction anthology, Midnight Ho…
 
Ep 127 of Real Black News features the top five empowering Black news stories of the week and this week’s guests: Entrepreneur, commercial real estate investor, and CEO of The Chicago TREND Corporation, Lyneir Richardson, who discusses his work empowering urban retail development via Black and Brown real estate investors. Balancing his mission whil…
 
Adam, Jason, and Ben welcome Jason Davis of the United States of Soccer on SiriusXM and of the Best Soccer Show to Filibuster! We talk about MLS, D.C. United in particular and the state of the league in general, Frankie Hedjuk, Soccer Moses, and so much more in a rolicking conversation. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You c…
 
D.C. United has the most individual goalscorers in a single game in MLS history and Filibuster is, of course, here to talk about it. Jason, Adam, and Ben heap praise on Hernan Losada and his system, both the defense and the offense, as well as talk about Andy Najar's excellent game, Paul Arriola, Kevin Paredes, and how this is just the beginning of…
 
I’m working on the second decade of my friendship with Dre Black, road warrior supreme. I met her back in the early part of the millennium out on the road. At the time she was tour managing, driving and doing pretty much whatever needed to be done to keep a band on the road. Over the years, She’s played guitar in a multitude of bands including Howl…
 
Celeste Norfleet, a best-selling writer of over twenty-five novels, joins me this week. We talk about her 2002 debut novel Priceless Gift and its curious ending, which became the inspiration for the novels in her well-loved Mama Lou Matchmaker Series. She recounts her experiences at the beginning of her career and the supportive environment of Roma…
 
We welcome back our good friend Kristin Knowles to preview D.C. United's clash against one of the worst teams in the East, Toronto FC! We talk about how they got to this place, their coaching situation, and how D.C. United should try and take them down this weekend. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can find everything th…
 
Jason, Adam, and Ben get right down to brass tacks and talk about D.C. United's gut punch loss at the last moment against NYCFC. We talk about Nigel Robertha's start, the play of the midfield and defense, all of the injury related substitutions, and talk about what we want to see from the team in the next game. Give it a listen! And, of course, we …
 
Drew Murphy, bassist for Tombs and Hammer Fight (among others) joins us this week to talk about his comic book work on Fuzzy Stick: Master Assassin, his printing company Colossal Customs and how difficult I am to work with. Drew and I spent the entire day in the hot sun at Monster Mania in Phoenixville, PA. Just a heads up: I recorded this episode …
 
Adriana Herrera, a USA Today bestselling author, joins me this episode to talk about a converging series of experiences and events that led her to write and publish romance: her experiences as an immigrant from the Dominican Republic; the dissonance she felt between her studies on Black Feminist Thought and the colonial images she read in romance; …
 
Jason and Adam briefly break down the disappointing draw against CF Montreal, before diving into the upcoming game against NYCFC with our old friend Raf Noboa y Rivera. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can find everything that we write on Black and Red United, and if you like what we do you can support us monthly on Patr…
 
Ep 126 of Real Black News focuses on adolescent mental health and features the top five empowering Black news stories of the week and this week’s guests: One of history's youngest Emmy-nominated actors, Asante Blackk, discusses life as a Gen Z’er and bringing attention to adolescent mental health with his fiction podcast "Here Comes the Break". Asa…
 
This week, Ralph and I give our reflections on the 1991 remake of Cape Fear. Directed by Martin Scorsese and starring Robert De Niro, the film demonstrated a shift in Scorsese’s career who was coming off of the success of the Mafia epic Goodfellas from the year before. The move features an all star cast including Jessica Lange, Nick Nolte, Juliette…
 
On this episode of Filibuster, Jason, Adam, and Ben talk about D.C. United's 1-0 victory over Inter Miami. We talk about Andy Najar's runs, Kevin Paredes, discuss Ola Kamara in depth, and more. We also take a look at CF Montreal, D.C. United's opponent for Wednesday's game. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can find every…
 
Today’s guest is Katrina Jackson, best-selling writer of over twenty novels. She joins me to discuss her prolific career. Katrina discusses some of her early reading practices, writing her first romance, a self-published book titled Encore, and why she publishes affirming images of Black women. She also recounts how her life as a pre and post tenur…
 
In this episode, Linda Hengerer talks with Tracee de Hahn. Tracee de Hahn is the author of classic tales of intrigue and suspense published by Minotaur Books. Swiss Vendetta was inspired by her years in Switzerland. A Well-Timed Murder probed the heart of the Swiss watch industry. She is National Membership Liaison for Sisters in Crime. Find her at…
 
In this episode, Linda Hengerer talks with Susie Black. Born in the Big Apple, Susie Black calls sunny Southern California home. Like the protagonist in her Holly Swimsuit Mystery Series, Susie is a successful apparel sales executive. Susie began telling stories as soon as she learned to talk. Now she’s telling all the stories from her garment indu…
 
Former B&RU contributer Lizzy Becherano comes back and helps us preview D.C. United versus Inter Miami! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can find everything that we write on Black and Red United, and if you like what we do you can support us monthly on Patreon or tip us any time on Pinecast. “Intro” is always the first chapter, so if you …
 
In the first of two episodes this week, Jason, Adam, and Ben open the Twitterbox and answer your questions! We talk about all things D.C. United, Soccer Hall of Fame, and so much more. Give it a listen! Thank you for listening to Filibuster! You can find everything that we write on Black and Red United, and if you like what we do you can support us…
 
If we can take anything away from the last 15 plus months is that friendship and family are probably the most important aspects of being human. We’ve all dealt with loneliness, despair, anxiety and fear and having a good base of people is crucial. I mention this because Champ Morgan, this week’s guests is an old friend, a good friend that I have of…
 
In this episode, Linda Hengerer is talking with Connie Berry. Connie Berry is the author of the Kate Hamilton Mysteries, set in the UK and featuring an American antiques dealer with a gift for solving crimes. Like her protagonist, Connie was raised by antiques dealers who instilled in her a passion for history, fine art, and travel. During college …
 
Best-selling writer Piper Huguley joins Julie to talks about her experiences writing, publishing, and marketing historical novels with African American Christian characters. She talks about developing her online platform to self-publish her novels, including her first The Lawyer’s Luck and the books in her “Home to Millford College Series.” In addi…
 
Ep 125 of Real Black News features the top five empowering Black news stories of the week and this week’s guest, hip hop music, and radio legend Doctor Dre' who shares his health journey and tips surviving Type 2 diabetes, blindness, and losing a limb. Blessed to see 57, he takes a trip down hip hop memory lane sharing stories of going to college w…
 
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