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Exploring humanity through various forms of creativity.

Exploring humanity through various forms of creativity.
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United States

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Exploring humanity through various forms of creativity.

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English

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Episodes

Episode 41: Interview with Trey Saucillo

4/23/2019
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In this interview we manage to speak to Texas-based alternative-metal songwriter and musician Trey Saucillo from the band Sin Seer.

Duration:00:59:34

Episode 40: Interview with James Nettles

4/21/2019
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Our interview segment welcomes NC-based writer (Business Essentials For Writers) and publishing insider James Nettles.

Duration:01:31:52

Episode 39: Guest Haus Edition: Marketing

4/18/2019
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In perhaps the most important episode in the Guest Haus Edition series, Marketing, stands head and shoulders as the critical action that is often overlooked by writers whom live in the 21st century but stare back at the last century. These practical tips and answers will those willing to help themselves.

Duration:01:29:20

Episode 38: Interview with Brenda-Lee Ranta

4/16/2019
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In this interview segment we welcome Canadian poet, fiction-writer author Brenda-Lee Ranta who often explores the inner world of our emotions and memories.

Duration:01:33:20

Episode 37: Metal Future: Fiery Flashbacks

4/14/2019
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New Segment: Metal Future is a new segment not tailored to the literary community as much as the heavy metal community that appreciates its artistic explorations of various subjects and topics. In this segment we examine five early 80's metal bands who made their mark but most failed to become musical mainstays. Apocrypha -- The Eyes of Time Heir Apparent -- One Small Voice Leatherwolf -- Leatherwolf Pretty Maids -- Future World Vicious Rumors -- Digital Dictator

Duration:00:37:44

Episode 36: Classic Spotlight: Thoughts on Aldous Huxley

4/14/2019
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Classic Spotlight continues its mission to focus on past masters who have influenced writing and thinking throughout the times and the world. Aldous Huxley, the novelist, of "Brave New World" is just such a figure of towering intellect and curiosity.

Duration:00:46:21

Episode 35: Writer's Block

4/11/2019
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Writer's Block. Part menace. Part myth. But nevertheless a common culprit for many a writer feeling stuck in mental mud. This episode helps expose the myth part and cure the menace deep within our mind.

Duration:00:38:39

Episode 34: Interview with Gabriel Ricard

4/9/2019
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This episode features an enlightening interview with New York film columnist, novelist and poet Gabriel Ricard.

Duration:01:11:26

Episode 33: The Social Imperative Part 1 {Dickens, Hugo, Dumas}

4/7/2019
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In this new subgenre, The Social Imperative, I discuss the designed and accidental social impact of the writings of three classic authors, Charles Dickens, Victor Hugo and Alexander Dumas.

Duration:00:37:43

Episode 32: Guest Haus Edition: Publishing & Book Reviews

4/2/2019
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On this episode of Guest Haus, Rossi & Robbins dive into the subjects of Publishing and Book Reviews.

Duration:01:37:23

Episode 31: The Case Against Perfection

3/31/2019
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This episode deals with perils of perfection. Is its pursuit an exercise of insecurity? Or is there a deeper meaning?

Duration:00:41:12

Episode 30: Interview with Jana Begovic

3/26/2019
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The interviews concludes its March run with Canadian novelist and editor Jana Begovich and her immigration from war-torn Bosnia, her thoughts on writing and her life as a novelist.

Duration:01:32:16

Episode 29: Interview With Jordan Deadman

3/24/2019
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In this interview segment we learn not all creative people are only writers, there are musicians among us, playing, arranging and traveling the world to entertain and enlighten. Jordan Deadman is indeed the classical picture of the mobile musical artist.

Duration:00:57:42

Episode 28: Interview With Hugh Cook

3/21/2019
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This young writer, Hugh Cook, managed to travel the world and write a poetry book of astounding maturity and outlook, while still in college.

Duration:01:00:11

Episode 27: Guest Haus Edition: Jealous Jerks & Obscene Perks

3/19/2019
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On this edition Rossi & Robbins tackle head on the toxic experience of dealing with fake editors who steal work, berate writers and harm reputations because of jealousy and drug abuse. We also deal with editors using their platforms as dating services and use sexual harassment as a means of control.

Duration:00:44:48

Episode 26: Interview with Renee D. Burreson

3/17/2019
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It's not enough to interview writers of note with a number of accomplishments to their name. It is just as important to sit down with writers nearly done with their first major project. The fantasy novelist Renee D. Burreson is a perfect example of the modern writer with a family and a dream working hard under one roof to keep both tugging elements -- happy.

Duration:01:02:46

Episode 25: Classic Spotlight: Thoughts on Edgar Allan Poe

3/14/2019
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The first in the Classic Spotlight series brings an American Master, the father of horror, scifi, and the detective story Edgar Allan Poe. We will discuss his writing, his demeanor, his greatness and theories about his untimely death.

Duration:00:43:52

Episode 24: Interview with Paul Brookes

3/12/2019
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Paul Brookes has become well known for his Wombwell Interview Series but he is a stellar poet and amateur historian willing to dive into the Pre-Christian history of England and teach us something important about our modern existence.

Duration:01:16:43

Episode 23: Interview with Anne Walsh Donnelly

3/9/2019
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In an exceptionally moving interview Irish poet and fiction writer Anne Walsh Donnelly opens up with her incredible journey of identity and integrity.

Duration:01:21:14

Episode 22: Burning Down a Cottage Industry (The Travesty of Editors for Hire)

3/7/2019
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In this special episode, more geared for a public service announcement, Strength To Be Human will investigate the shady practices of phony professional "editors" who charge unsuspecting writers upwards of $5000 for their nonexistence service. As always this show will stand with the writer and against the predatory practices of crooked people.

Duration:00:43:52