Ep 90 Shahab Zargari and Mo Milan | New Oddities Album DiscussionEp 90 Shahab Zargari and Mo Milan | New Oddities Album Discussion

Arts Calling is now available wherever you listen to podcasts! Hi there, Today I am excited to be arts calling Shahab Zargari (bio.site/shahab) and Mo Milan (linktr.ee/momilan) to discuss Shahab’s album, AI, and the collaborative process! New Oddities now available here: https://gcrecords.bandcamp.com/album/new-oddities About the New Oddities Album: Shahab Zargari has

Ep 89 John Becker | Playwriting, the human condition, and producing your own workEp 89 John Becker | Playwriting, the human condition, and producing your own work

Arts Calling is now available wherever you listen to podcasts! Hi there, Today I am excited to be arts calling John Becker! (jouskaproductions.com) About our Guest: John Becker has juggled life in film, theatre, and music with teaching the arts to children and adults. He has won three Individual Artist’s

Ep 88 Anuradha Bhowmik | Brown Girl Chromatography: Family, healing, and coming of ageEp 88 Anuradha Bhowmik | Brown Girl Chromatography: Family, healing, and coming of age

Hi there, Today I am delighted to be arts calling Anuradha Bhowmik! (www.anuradhabhowmik.com) About our Guest: Anuradha Bhowmik is a Bangladeshi-American poet and writer from South Jersey. She is the 2021 winner of the Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize for her first collection Brown Girl Chromatography (Pitt Poetry Series, 2022). Bhowmik is

Ep 87 Samantha Silva | Mary Wollstonecraft, Dickens, and the historical novelEp 87 Samantha Silva | Mary Wollstonecraft, Dickens, and the historical novel

Hi there, Today I am so thrilled to be arts calling Samantha Silva! (samanthasilvawriter.com) About our Guest: Samantha Silva is an author and screenwriter based in Idaho. Over her career, she’s sold film projects to Paramount, Universal, and New Line Cinema. Love and Fury: A Novel of Mary Wollstonecraft is

Ep 86 Donna Spruijt-Metz | Poetry as a companion, the flute, and something trueEp 86 Donna Spruijt-Metz | Poetry as a companion, the flute, and something true

Hi there, Today I am so lucky to be arts calling Donna Spruijt-Metz! (donnasmetz.com) About our guest, in her own words: I am a poet, translator, and Professor of Psychology and Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. My first career was as a professional flutist.

Ep. 85 Jim Clayton | Jazz, parenthood, and an online pandemic audienceEp. 85 Jim Clayton | Jazz, parenthood, and an online pandemic audience

Hi there, Today I am overjoyed to be arts calling Jim Clayton! About our Guest, Jim Clayton (https://jimclaytonjazz.com): DownBeat Magazine called Jim Clayton’s music “warm and happy… tender and soulful.” He calls it a blend of bebop and New Orleans, the city he considers a second home. His repertoire is a mix

Ep. 84 Zephaniah Sole | Writing a crime thriller, Spider-Man, and a legacy of learningEp. 84 Zephaniah Sole | Writing a crime thriller, Spider-Man, and a legacy of learning

Trigger warning: The novel we discuss in this episode contains themes of crimes against minors. — Hi there, Today I am honored to be arts calling Zephaniah Sole! About our Guest: Zephaniah Sole is a Martha’s Vineyard Institute of Creative Writing Author Fellow as well as an alum of VONA

Ep. 83 Laury Leite | The novel, writing in Spanish, and an international lifeEp. 83 Laury Leite | The novel, writing in Spanish, and an international life

Hi there, Today I am ecstatic to be arts calling Laury Leite! Laury Leite is a writer. He has published articles, essays, interviews and chronicles in various literary magazines. His short stories have appeared in several anthologies. In 2017, he published En la soledad de un cielo muerto (Ediciones Carena; La

Ep. 82 Bri Stokes | Curating, becoming a managing editor, and amplifying the marginalizedEp. 82 Bri Stokes | Curating, becoming a managing editor, and amplifying the marginalized

Hi there, Today I am excited to be arts calling Bri Stokes! About our guest: Bri is a writer, poet, producer, curator and editor who hails from South Central Los Angeles. She served as Assistant Art Editor for the London-based Hecate Magazine, and as Poetry Editor at Storyteller’s Refrain. She

Ep. 81 Camille U. Adams | The memoir, Caribbean lit, and uncovering the pastEp. 81 Camille U. Adams | The memoir, Caribbean lit, and uncovering the past

Hi there, Today I am honored to be arts calling memoirist Camille U. Adams! About our guest: Camille U. Adams is a memoirist from Trinidad and Tobago. She earned her MFA from CUNY and is a current Ph.D. Candidate who holds a McKnight Doctoral Fellowship at her program. Camille is