Friday, October 24, 2014

Meet MJ Williamz

Tune in on Friday, October 24th to hear David-Matthew's live interview with MJ!

MJ Williamz is the award winning author of over thirty short stories and five novels, including Goldie Award winning Initiation by Desire and Rainbow Awards Finalists Escapades and Speakeasy.

Her sixth book, Sheltered Love will be out in June.

MJ Lives with her new wife, Laydin, and their son in Houston.

Meet Larry Benjamin

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Bronx-born wordsmith and award-winning author, Larry Benjamin considers himself less a writer than an artist whose chosen medium is the written word rather than clay or paint or bronze.

His debut novel, the gay romance What Binds Us was released by Carina Press in March 2012. His second book, Damaged Angels, a collection of short stories, is a 2013 Rainbow Award Runner-Up in the Gay Contemporary General Fiction category. His gay romance, Unbroken, is a 2014 Lambda Literary finalist, a 2014 IPPY (Independent Publishers Book Award) Gold medalist, and a 2014 Rainbow Award finalist in the gay contemporary fiction category.

He lives in Philadelphia with his husband and their two dogs.

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Meet Terri Dean

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Terri Clements Dean, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 25 years experience in diverse settings, including private practice and mental health organizations. She has served as Clinical Director of a large outpatient dual diagnosis treatment center as well as holding administrative positions in the public sector.

Dr. Dean’s clinical practice is limited to psychotherapy with adult clients. Her work is guided by a psychodynamic approach and philosophy that is at once honoring of the emotional and psychological challenges people often face and at the same time deeply hopeful.

She is a dynamic speaker and teacher, providing psycho-educational workshops and seminars. Her belief that human development is a life-long journey toward wholeness is the foundation of her work with clients and her seminars. She believes that psyche always pushes us toward wholeness with or without our cooperation and that even the smallest agreement on our part produces downright magical results.

For Clinical Supervision, Coaching and/or Training, please send an initial inquiry via email (see the Contact page). In some instances, these services may be available either by phone or internet. Evaluation for appropriateness and/or initial in-person session may be required to assure quality of care. Distance services are not available for psychotherapy.

Purchase a copy of Terri's new book Traveling Stories: Lessons from the Journey of Life.

Visit Terri's official website and Facebook page.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Meet Andi Marquette

Tune in on Friday, October 17th to listen to David-Matthew's live interview with Andi!

Andi Marquette is a native of New Mexico and Colorado and an award-winning mystery, science fiction, and romance writer. She also has the dubious good fortune to be an editor who spent 15 years working in publishing, a career track that sucked her in while she was completing a doctorate in history. She is co-editor of Skulls and Crossbones: Tales of Women Pirates and All You Can Eat. A Buffet of Lesbian Erotica and Romance. Her most recent novels are Day of the Dead, the Goldie-nominated finalist The Edge of Rebellion, and the romance From the Hat Down, a follow-up to the novella From the Boots Up, a Rainbow Award runner-up.

When she’s not writing novels, novellas, and stories or co-editing anthologies, she serves as both an editor for Luna Station Quarterly, an ezine that features speculative fiction written by women and as co-admin of the popular blogsite Women and Words. When she’s not doing that, well, hopefully she’s managing to get a bit of sleep.

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Thursday, October 16, 2014

Meet Richard Natale

Tune in on Friday, October 17th to hear David-Matthew's live interview with Richard!

Richard Natale is a, journalist author and editor based in Los Angeles. His journalism work has appeared in such publications as The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and Time Magazine.  His fiction has appeared in such literary journals as Wilde Oats and Chelsea Station Magazine.  His novel, Junior Willis, was published earlier this year by Bold Strokes Books, which will release another novel, Cafe Eisenhower, in November.

Natale also directed and wrote a feature film, Green Plaid Shirt, which debuted at Outfest, was the closing night selection at the Palm Springs Film Festival and played at more than 20 film festivals around the world.  It continues to be a best-selling video title for Wolfe Video.

Natale has an author page on Amazon as well as an author page on Facebook.

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