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The Griffin Poetry Prize was launched in September, 2000 by Trustees Margaret Atwood, Scott Griffin, Robert Hass, Michael Ondaatje, Robin Robertson and David Young. Most recently, Carolyn ForchÃ© has joined the group of Trustees who each year selected the judges for the Griffin Poetry Prize. The Griffin Trust For Excellence In Poetry was created to serve and encourage poetry written in English anywhere in the world. The Griffin Trust annually awards two prizes - an International and a Canadian award - for a total of $100,000 (Cdn). The Griffin Poetry Prize Web site further encourages an appreciation for poetry by offering samples of the works of the poets who have been shortlisted for these awards, in text, audio and video formats.
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FETIDUS - The Foundation for the Ethical Treatment of the Innocently Damned, Undead and SupernaturalJoin Now to Follow
FETIDUS is a Parsec award-winning "future-noir" urban fantasy audiobook by James Durham featuring a talented cast and original music score. This freely-downloadable sci-fi/horror/mystery podcast novel is set in the grim and fetid alleys of post-apocalyptic Washington, DC, circa 2034. Art Blanchard, a jaded Washington lobbyist who works for The Foundation for the Ethical Treatment of the Innocently Damned, Undead and Supernatural (FETIDUS), takes up the twisted case of a mysterious woman, which leads him on a thrilling adventure filled with noir-humor, suspense and horror, deep into the world of the shadowy undead. For more information, please visit the author's website, www.fetidus.org.
By James Durham
Mind & Media Radio is the cutting edge radio show where we interview the best and brightest authors in the Christian publishing world, as well as in the film and ministry world.````We've had great guests like Nancy Pearcey, Frank Turek, Wayne Martindale, Nathan & Hans Bluedorn and more!
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By AJ Pipkin
Shakespeare made easier for schoolchildren and baffled adults with an easy to understand narrative adaptation and parallel text with the original. Why adapt Shakespeare? Well, it's hard! A lot of actors in Shakespeare productions can act it, confusing audiences. A lot of teachers can't teach it, confusing pupils. A lot of parents lack confidence helping with homework. This is for students of all ages and parents, too. The purpose is to make Shakespeare comprehensible and accessible. Shakespeare is the greatest of writers, for that reason everyone must attempt to grasp his genius. Read the original first and then consult this adaptation to help you. Use this as an aid. The poetry of the original cannot be matched. The action of Book One, Chapter 1 corresponds with Act One, Scene 1, (for the podcasts Episode 1 is 1-1) and so on This recording of Hamlet is read by Michael Matus, who has acted extensively with the RSC and will be appearing at the Globe in London during the Summer 2008 season.
By Shakespeare Lynch Multimedia
Hamlet, the first audio version of Lynch Multimediaâ€™s Shakespeare prose adaptations for schoolchildren (and their bamboozled parents) is now available. Although professionally recorded at Motivation Sound Studios in London, the company has decided to release the recording free of charge (without DRM) through garageband.com as an iTunes and MP3 podcast of twenty episodes running 3 hours and 37minutes Michael Matus narrates what is effectively a one man show. Michael graduated from RADA in 1989 and appears principally on the London stage. He has worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company on several occasions, most recently in The Canterbury Tales.
Tom Swift Jr. and his associates at Swift Enterprises wait breathlessly for what may well be the most important scientific event in history—the arrival of the visitor from Planet X—a visitor in the form of energy. But there are factions at work determined to snatch the energy, which Tom has named Exman, from the young scientist-inventor's grasp. First, a series of unexplainable, devastating earthquakes threaten to destroy a good portion of the earth, and Tom suspects the Brungarian rebels who obviously would like to capture Exman and use the space visitor to further their own evil purposes. With the security of Enterprises and Exman at stake, Tom creates two of his greatest inventions—a Quakelizor to counteract the simulated earth tremors, and a container or "body" to house the energy from outer space. If the earthquakes cannot be stopped, the entire world will be threatened by destruction, and the Brungarian forces will conquer the earth. How Tom utilizes all his scientific knowledge to produce swift-action results and outwit the Brungarians makes one of the most exciting Tom Swift adventures to date. (original book jacket from Gutenberg text)