Art and Authors

Ep 69: Mardi Gras Edition


photo from Italian Cultural Institute

Celebrating the time of Carnevale by reading excerpts from " RELAX - you may only have a few minutes left "
by the sagacious and stress-free author / lecturer: Loretta LaRoche.

Music from

Opening: Carnival Clown Balloon Popper by Edgar Malaran

Houston Carnival by JBVIG

Carnival by Georgia Wonder


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Ep 60: Phoenix Star


Interview with Canadian author and life coach, Kiernan Antares, as we discover how her own life path inspired the creation of a novel entitled, "Phoenix Star" in which a woman grieving the loss of her child makes a trip to the pyramids in Egypt and discovers her inner strength.

Opening music: "Dancing in Rare Waters' by John Pederson


Ep: 59 The Power of Place


In celebration of Canadian Thanksgiving I offer to my listeners a stroll through literary landscapes where the setting plays a central role in the lives of the characters. An appreciation for the comforts of a safe haven is particularly relevant in these economic times when many face the threat of losing their homes. Blessings to you all. And THANKS for listening.

Excerpts read from:

"Literary Houses" by Rosalind Ashe
Copyright Dragon's World Ltd. 1982
ISBN 0-87196-676-X

Classical literature included:

"Rebecca" by Daphne DuMaurier
"Brideshead Revisited" by Evelyn Waugh
"Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens
"The Great Gatsby" by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Music: All from with the exception of Chopin's Nocturne which is on CNET and Brideshead Theme

"To Walk with You" by Jeff Bosset
Chopin's "Nocturne in E flat major op.9 no.2" played by Katerine Gislinge
"Brideshead Theme" by Geoffrey Burgon
Sacred Ground" by Jon Schmidt
"Motherlands" by David Beard
"Mosane" by E. S. Posthumus

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Special Edition: Harvest Moon


We celebrate the bountiful harvest of summer through a sharing with author, herbalist, teacher, sage and Druid High Priestess: Ellen Evert Hopman.

Discussion includes recognizing the distinction between Druidism and Druidry, Celtic Reconstructionism, ancient oral tradition, ceremony, tree lore, tribal customs, past and future, continuing education, ecological awareness.

A must read: " Priestess of the Forest" Ellen's first novel soon to be followed by a sequel.


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Ep 44: Lupercalia Edition

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"Sepals" by Lightwolf of SpiritpaintingTM

Jennifer Jones "Lightwolf" : Visual artist, teacher, therapist and seeker of truth facilitates the opportunity for everyone - whether they are artistic or not - to get in touch with their spirit through a form of art therapy that has been her passion for the last ten years. You'll understand why when you hear how she developed this technique that has helped many people.