I’m delighted to welcome back one of my favorite guests to Writestream Tuesday on September 2: the inspiring, multi-talented author/artist Cherry Tigris. If you missed my original spring of 2013 interview with her about her haunting memoir of child abuse, survival and triumph, click below to listen:
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Toilet Paper People will soon be available as an audio book, which is one of the many things I’ll discuss with Cherry during the live show. Your questions and comments are welcome at (347) 945-7246.
The beautiful and inspiring author/artist Cherry Tigris has generously included me in her blog in a section entitled, Fuel:
Of course her book Water Signs reveals her hopeful nature, but what I find truly unique about this principled champion of good intentions is her gutsy delivery and the choices she has made to make her perspective her LIFE. She isn’t willing to bend to what doesn’t seem right to her. Because of this commitment to greatness, I have found the strength and vision to aspire to the same.
While we all have our own way of speaking our truth, there are only a few that do so with as much fever.
Love you Daria DiGiovanni!
Love you back, Cherry! And thank you for including me.
If you’re unfamiliar with Cherry or her work, I originally interviewed her on Writestream back in the spring of 2013 about her haunting memoir of child abuse, Toilet Paper People. This fall, Cherry will release an audio version of the book and returns to Writestream on Tuesday, September 2 to discuss. I’ll have a post up soon, but in the meantime, visit Cherry’s blog to learn more about this incredibly brave, strong and talented woman.
The other day on Writestream, I interviewed spiritual teacher and author David Adelson in one of my most interesting discussions to date. When I read his e-book, Awaken To Who You Are in preparation for the broadcast, I was pleasantly surprised by his natural sense of humor. David infuses his book with an attitude of joy and playfulness, which makes it much easier for the reader to grasp its deep, esoteric concepts.
During the interview, I quickly discovered that the book’s mirthful approach to metaphysics is a direct reflection of his fun-loving, outgoing personality. We covered some of the most important principles in Awaken To Who You Are, although it was impossible to delve into everything in the short span of 55 minutes, which is why I plan to bring David back onto the show soon.
If you missed it, click below:
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Want a Baby? Get permission. Four people are about to break this law.
With the blessing of the 55th President of the United States, the newly formed Office of Familial Equality
promises to end all the nation’s problems including poverty and illness with the Family Protection Act. The only catch is all pregnancies must be registered and approved.
All eyes turn to the first person to break the law, Justin Winters, an electrician suddenly turned subject of national attention. Joining him in the escape are the women known only as Spring, Summer, and Fall as they work together to run from the bureaucracy and national spotlight that pursues them.
Once the secretary of the OFE learns Winters has tested positive for causing multiple unregistered pregnancies, he comes after him full force, as the future of the Act rests upon if and how Winters and the women are brought in. Their successful defiance would lead to more defectors, their capture providing an opportunity to make an example of them all.
With little more than the clothes on their backs, the four set off on a quest for freedom and to keep the identity of the mother a secret. Most of all, they are running from an ordinance in the law which threatens what they hold most dear.
I’m looking forward to delving into the plot and themes of this haunting tale with the highly talented Lilia, who gladly welcomes your questions and comments during the live broadcast at (347) 345-7246.
In the second hour, stay tuned for some “Public Service Satire” with the Right Wing Riot featuring the Luminaries of Liberty, Scary Smart, Ms. Always Right and the Prince of Whitebread.
To listen live online, click on this link. Or listen by phone at (347) 945-7246. See you Tuesday!