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Hear about the software engineer who became 'friends' with his computer.BBC Radio による
Howard Pearre served in the US Army from 1966 to 1969. He is retired after a career as a counselor and manager with North Carolina Vocational Rehabilitation and the Department of Veterans’ Affairs. He received an honorable mention for a short story “September, 1957” at the 2020 International Human Rights Arts Festival, and his stories have appeared…
Finn and Catherine talk about the future.BBC Radio による
Do you have to write academic texts and essays? We give you some tips on how to do it.BBC Radio による
Wendy A. Miller is a member of Taste Life Twice Writers. Her work has appeared in three previous Personal Story Publishing Project anthologies and on “6-Minute Stories” podcasts. Star 82 Review, Tiny Seed Journal, Grown and Flown, and more have published her essays and poetry. When she isn’t writing, she is on the fairways or meandering among Dougl…
Does the size of your carbon footprint depend on where in the world you were born?BBC Radio による
Bob Amason is a retired US Air Force Lieutenant Colonel who was a college professor for 25 years. A member of the Florida Writer’s Association, Bob writes under his pen name, Frank A. Mason. Bob is author of The Journeyman Chronicles, a series of novels about the adventures of a young master gunsmith caught up in the American Revolution. Bob Amason…
"You didn't eat all the chocolate, did you?" Learn how to use 'did you' - a question tag.BBC Radio による
Learn some idioms from 'the Bard' which are in common use today.BBC Radio による
Following his career teaching mathematics in Iowa, Jim Riggs settled near a beach in the mild climate of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. He spends much of his time writing short stories and finishing his manuscript, “Fannie,” creative biographical non-fiction about the life of his grandmother. His first novel, Freedom Run, drew rave reviews fro…
We discuss buffet meals and the history behind them and teach related vocabulary.BBC Radio による
Karen Luke Jackson, of Flat Rock, North Carolina, has authored two poetry collections, The View Ever Changing and GRIT, and her stories have appeared in journals and magazines, including Reckon Review, Nobody’s Home, moonShine review, Emrys Journal, and Town Magazine. Karen also co-edited The Story Mandala: Finding Wholeness in a Divided World. A m…
Catherine and Neil talk about unusual food and give you rules to help you choose tenses.BBC Radio による
Write, wrote, written. Speak, spoke, spoken - learn more about irregular verbs.BBC Radio による
A native of Asheville, North Carolina, now living in Old Fort, Marci Spencer grew up on land that her great-grandfather refused to sell to George Vanderbilt for the Biltmore Estate. She worked as a nurse practitioner in the fields of cardiology, family medicine, and overseas medical missionary service. After hiking hundreds of miles, volunteering f…
We discuss the art of songwriting – combining lyrics and music to make a hit song.BBC Radio による
Sarah H. Clarke lives in Charlotte, North Carolina and is a member of the Charlotte Writers Club. She blogs on the subject of Complex Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (CPTSD) at www.sarahhclarke.com as well as for the CPTSD Foundation. Sarah and her husband have seven children between them and live in an 18th century home that they all restored toget…
If you’re unsure about the difference between state verbs and action verbs, listen on.BBC Radio による