Episode 11: A MuddyUm Associated Press Special Report

This week, we have a special episode of the Words from the River podcast, featuring an array of writers for the MuddyUm publication on medium.com. You can find the publication HERE. Each of the writers who have contributed to this podcast write a variety of great work across Medium, from humor, to fiction, to poetryContinue reading “Episode 11: A MuddyUm Associated Press Special Report”

Episode 10: Christina Ward

Click to listen on Spotify, Google Podcasts, PocketCasts, Anchor and RadioPublic Her writing, rich with imagery, nature themes, and raw analysis of human nature, has been published in the Cameo, the Arrowhead, Wolff Poetry Literary Magazine, Vita Brevis Press, on her WordPress blog: Fiddleheads & Floss, as well as in various publications on Medium. AwardsContinue reading “Episode 10: Christina Ward”

Top Ten Bannable Christmas Carols

Keeping Christmas Safe for All The Top Ten Bannable Christmas Carols Keeping Christmas safe for all: satire We all love holiday music. Some people love it so much they start playing it in October, which of course makes them sociopaths. However, there are some Christmas songs that just should not be part of a woke society.Continue reading “Top Ten Bannable Christmas Carols”

Kevin's Perfect Gift

They agreed on a $200 spending limit. It was one of the most generous limits Julie and Kevin had imposed in their 15 year marriage. Julie was determined to spend it well. And it was time to begin shopping – today. Otherwise, she wouldn’t be done by Christmas. “Good to see you again, Mrs. Dillard,”Continue reading “Kevin's Perfect Gift”

Episode 9: Helen Cassidy Page

Listen on Spotify, Overcast, Breaker, PocketCast, Google Podcasts, and RadioPublic Happy Friday, and welcome to Episode 9 of the words from the river podcast.  We’re back in Muscle Shoals this week, and I’m talking with author Helen Cassidy Page. Ms. Page lived in San Francisco and publishes fiction and nonfiction.  As a fiction writer, sheContinue reading “Episode 9: Helen Cassidy Page”

Episode 8: Final Friday Fiction

This week, we’ll be reading flash fiction from two authors as well as an excerpt from a work in progress. Our first piece of fiction was written by Lisa Tomey. Lisa writes, fiction, poetry, and essays, and she has published a book of poetry, Heart Sounds, which is available on Amazon here: Heart Sounds. LisaContinue reading “Episode 8: Final Friday Fiction”

Episode 7: Jonica Bradley

Welcome to Episode 7 of Words from the River! This weeks I’m talking with Jonica Bradley, a writer, artist, rancher, and bee farmer. She writes for Medium and Grit, and boy does she have some amazing stories to tell. A native of Los Angeles, she currently resides in Texas with her husband, children, and anContinue reading “Episode 7: Jonica Bradley”

Episode 6: Brianna Bennett

From http://www.llittlebutfierc3.com Medium handle: https://medium.com/@littlebutfierc3 Brianna is currently in graduate school completing her M.A. in Publishing and M.F.A. in Creative Writing. She’ll graduate in 2020, and she’ll be working to publish first book around that time too. She’ll eventually be including excerpts from that book, but you can also find snippets on her Twitter feed.Continue reading “Episode 6: Brianna Bennett”

Episode 5: J K Allen

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/hijinkswriter Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/hijinkswriter Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/hijinkswriter Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/juliakyong Website: hijinksblog.wordpress.com JK Allen wrote her first story when she first learned how to write and hasn’t looked back since. Common writing themes that can be found in her work address identity, everyday magic, and the type of strength that can be found in ordinary people. SheContinue reading “Episode 5: J K Allen”

Magnolia Jane on Southern Phrases

Hey y’all. I’m Magnolia Jane Clay of the Tuscaloosa County Clay’s, Sergeant-at-Arms of the Phi Mu Alumni Association and 1998 Miss Tallapoosa County. I’m here to help all y’all with some common southern phrases. Bless your hearts, I know it can be confusing. So here’s a sweet tea. Just come on up on the porch and have aContinue reading “Magnolia Jane on Southern Phrases”