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Born out of a time of social distancing, “A Moment of Your Time” is a space of artistic expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. Each episode is a short, compelling piece featuring YOU. We may have to stay apart but let’s create together.

Born out of a time of social distancing, “A Moment of Your Time” is a space of artistic expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. Each episode is a short, compelling piece featuring YOU. We may have to stay apart but let’s create together.


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Born out of a time of social distancing, “A Moment of Your Time” is a space of artistic expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. Each episode is a short, compelling piece featuring YOU. We may have to stay apart but let’s create together.








297 - “The Anatomy of Meaning” by André Santana

André Santana is an avid film watcher, emerging popcorn enthusiast, and voice actor based in New York. He's written spoken word poetry for ten years and hopes to write for at least ten more. Find more of André: Instagram: @Andre.onthemic Website: https://bit.ly/3gH97Vo -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is to...


296 - “Dear Me” by Flannery Wilson

Flannery received her PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Riverside. She teaches film, visual and media studies in addition to French and Italian language. She is a published author, and her book on Taiwanese cinema was released in 2015. Flannery has been acting since she was four. In February 2020, she portrayed a cancer patient in a commercial and in March 2020 she was the lead in a short horror film. She is currently a member of the improv indie team Lord...


295 - “My Grandmother Mary” by Walt Allen

Walt Allen is a Father, Husband, Voice Actor, Audiobook Narrator and Minister based in Bismarck, ND Find more of Walt: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/walt.allen.5623/ Twitter: @WaltAllenVoice Instagram/TikTok: @WaltAllenVocalGiant Website: WaltAllenVoice.com A Statement from Walt: "Will yell into a microphone for food." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the global...


294 - “Faint for You” by Kev The Idealist

Kev The Idealist just released one of his hottest singles yet, Faint For You, on February 12th, 2021. He describes the song as “taking a page out of Biggie Smalls book. I haven’t had much success in the relationship department, so I thought I would speak some hot lovin’ into my existence. Some would call it wishful thinking, but I’d like to think of it as prophetic writing. I wrote the song as a prediction of the life I had waiting for me just until the time is right. A love that’s just...


293 - “Margaret Fuller” by Carl Scharwath (poet) with Luzviminda Gabato Rivera (reading)

About Carl (Poet): Carl Scharwath, has appeared globally with 170+ journals selecting his poetry, short stories, interviews, essays, plays or art. Three poetry books Journey to Become Forgotten (Kind of a Hurricane Press) Abandoned (Scars Tv) and Lake County Poets Anthology have been published. His first photography book was published by Praxis. His photography was also exhibited in the Mount Dora Center for The Arts and Leesburg Center for The Arts galleries. Carl is the art editor for...


292 - “Maybe She's the Hope” by Laura DeKraker Lang-Ree

Laura DeKraker Lang-Ree is an award-winning high school theater director and has been Director of Performing Arts at The Harker School in San Jose, California for over 25 years. Her passion and purpose intersect in the classroom and on stage, working with students, casts, and fellow professionals, collaborating to make magic through art. 2020 has given her the space to return to a very dark time, when her 3-year-old daughter was diagnosed with cancer, and finding emotional and pragmatic...


291 - “Fire and Friendship” by Bailey Simone Smith

Bailey Simone Smith is a writer, singer, and actor, who also loves working with animals. She is always on the move from city to country and back, which has given her unique perspective on how different people and different cultures get along in the world. She is based in California. A Statement from Bailey: "We have been through a lot in the past few years. Bailey is excited to have the AMOYT podcast as a platform for sharing her experiences with the world. Hopefully, it finds its way to the...


290 - “I Was a Statue” by Eliya Brennan

Eliya Brennan is a student at Sarah Lawrence College pursuing acting (screen, tv, and voiceover), screenwriting, and philosophy. Based in CT/NY. Find more of Eliya: Instagram: @eliyabsides -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is to provide a space for expression, collaboration, community and solidarity. In this time...


289 - “Solidarity” by Gram "Chino" Otero Livemore

A Statement from Gram: "I'm simply another human on this planet who has failed and lost much but a person who has survived. I was born into struggle and I have also created it for myself. I've recently discovered the life and humanity in myself, that exists within us all, and am using that connection and realization, as an opportunity to learn, grow, give back and strive to be the best version of myself I can. I do this so, before my times up, I continue to stay capable of caring for my kids...


288 - “Not Yet” by Thomas Elson

Thomas Elson’s short stories, poetry, and flash fiction have been published in numerous venues such as Calliope, The Cabinet of Heed, New Feathers, Pinyon, Lunaris, New Ulster, Lampeter, Selkie, and Adelaide. He divides his time between Northern California and Western Kansas. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the global Coronavirus pandemic, A Moment Of Your Time’s mission is...


287 - “How We Orbit” by Reeya Banerjee

Reeya Banerjee is a Hudson Valley-based writer, musician, (bass guitar and vocals), and voiceover artist. She is a contributing writer and podcaster at Story Screen (www.storyscreenbeacon.com), a regional arts publication affiliated with the Story Screen independent movie theater in Beacon NY; she also has work forthcoming in the Peauxdunque Review. Reeya has two albums planned for release in 2021: the first features original songs co-written and produced by Luke Folger...


286 - “Get By” by Matt Gittins

Matt Gittins is a composer/producer, lyricist, playwright, actor, and musician from Chardon, Ohio. He graduated from Otterbein University where he received his BFA in Musical Theater Performance in 2019. As a writer Matt has ghost written, produced beats for hip-hop records, wrote jingles and background music for the podcasts “Did You Find This Helpful?” and “The Mistletoe Secret” and wrote the music/co-wrote the lyrics for “Trey Plutnicki’s Fifteen Minute Comedy Hour”. He finished his first...


285 - “Le Petit Balcon, 1953: Un Pas de Trois” by Lennart Lundh

Lennart Lundh (b. Chicago, 1948) is a poet, photographer, short-fictionist, and historian. His work has appeared internationally since 1965. Find more of Lennart: Email: LenLundh@aol.com Facebook: Lennart Lundh Twitter: @lenlundh Etsy: https://Etsy.com/shop/VisionsWords YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCVop7qstg59vLG3VaAQWW_g Fine Art America: https://fineartamerica.com/art/lennart+lundh Redbubble: https://www.redbubble.com/shop/Lennart+Lundh A Statement from Lennart: "This piece was...


284 - “Press Forward” by Gabbie Mganga

Gabbie Mganga is an experienced consultant, using intuitive strategies to help clients create a new vision of success. She is also an inspirational speaker, voiceover talent and an advocate for children with developmental differences. Gabbie knows that hope builds the bridge to infinite possibilities and uses the power of her voice and other creative expressions to help empower and inspire others. She is located in the D.C. Metro area. Find more of Gabbie: Facebook: Gabbie Mganga Instagram:...


283 - “No Version” by Mansa Gory

Mansa Gory is a humble connoisseur of sound. Growing up in the Dizzy Gillespie projects of Cheraw South Carolina, he was indoctrinated into the spirit of protagonist artistry at a young age. It was in that time frame where he acknowledged that he was destined to be a musical artist, actor, and author, striving to bring communities together for higher achievement. Mansa currently serves as the Director of Bands at the Denzel Washington School of Performing Arts School on the Nellie A....


282 - “Education” by Dave McGowan

Dave McGowan has been a cowboy, forest fire fighter, heavy equipment operator, farmhand, gardener, road musician and businessman. He has lived in several areas in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario and played music in several areas through-out North America. He and Karen are the proud seniors to four children, eight grand-children and two great granddaughters. He now writes and works as a commercial driver and voiceover artist in Northern British Columbia. Find more of Dave:...


281 - “Overnight Select Me Please” by Evan Crommett

Evan Crommett is an actor, writer, singer-songwriter + producer born & raised in Hell's Kitchen, NYC. His commitment is to cranking out bops from his bedroom studio, sidestepping the genre-police, and officiating the marriage between music that's sincere and music that slaps. This is the first single off upcoming EP "Living Room Dance Party" Find more of Evan: Instagram: @evan.crommett Website: www.evancrommett.com Other Credit: Violin: Robert X Newman Backing vocals, cello, cover art: Aleah...


280 - “Ode to Books” by Nefertiti DiCosmo

Nefertiti is a poet, artist, and scientist. She currently works as a life scientist for the government. A Statement from Nefertiti: "Books are tangible hope and this piece serves as my “thank you note” for this medium of expression, as well as to all those who write, publish, illustrate, and sell them. Also, it can be hard for people who prefer real books to explain why that is exactly. I hope my fellow bibliophiles feel heard with this piece and share it with anyone who dares wonder why you...


279 - “Choose to Live” by Austin Daly

Austin (he/him) is a Chicago-based actor, writer, and photographer from Northern California. In June, Austin will receive his BFA in Acting from The Theatre School at DePaul University. He is certified by the National Society of American Fight Directors with additional training in (and love for) voicing for animation as well as classical and contemporary heightened text. With a background in movement, Austin has also trained in Motion and Performance Capture. His prose and poetry is informed...


278 - “The Colors of Failure” by Sabrina Oliveri

A Statement from Sabrina: "As a teenager from New York, I have immersed myself in the culture of the city, focusing on theatre and other art forms. I have been creating art since the age of 3 and plan on never stopping. My dream is to become an actor and be able to do the things I love." Find more of Sabrina: Instagram: @sabrinaaoliverii -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Created during a time of quarantine in the...