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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm Featuring Author Bessie Sims 04/15 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm Featuring Author Bessie Sims 04/15 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts



This show is being sponsored by DASHAUN JIWE MORRIS and ?#‎DEATHCOAST? DVD now AVAILABLE! Deathcoast Str8 Outta Newark https://www.createspace.com/390594

Join US TONIGHT for open mic and interview with Author Bessie Sims

Now you can find Ups & Downs (Marriage, Working, & Everyday Life)

Sites: bessiesims.com, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Baker & Taylor,
Ingram, Walden Books, nookpress for $3.99, Kobo,& iBookstore

ISBN:978-1-304-80248-4 Libraries: East Cleveland & Medina Ohio

TOP OF THE HOUR TRACK is by Cedric Barner entitled Black Woman

Chap 3 spoken word fye: http://youtu.be/IQ97nINe8X8

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm featuring Jiwe Q&A about #DEATHCOAST 04/01 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm featuring Jiwe Q&A about #DEATHCOAST 04/01 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts



8pm est Tuesday April 1st Join us on WKPJB Radio



103.9 The Indie Storm for an exclusive Q&A with Dashaun Jiwe
Morris about EVERYTHING and ANYTHING you want to know and all things
dealing with #DeathCoast FOLLOW Jiwe on twitter/I.g @JiweX7



The lines open immediately after the opening track is played



Listener dial-in number Press 1 to speak to Jiwe: (347) 324- 5487



http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wkpjbradio



Hands down You’re in tha building with some of the hottest indie artists in the industry Poets, rappers, beat makers, DJ’s, singers ALL of them!!! Join Jamie Bond from UnMuted Ink Kelligraphy Pens from Masterful Mindgasms and Chamber7 from Erotic Echoes Bring an open mind and prepare to be inspired



order yours from the Estore Createspace: www.createspace.com/390594


WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm featuring Jiwe Q&A about #DEATHCOAST 04/01 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm featuring Jiwe Q&A about #DEATHCOAST 04/01 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts



8pm est tonight CALL in (347) 324- 5487
WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm featuring Jiwe Q&A about #DEATHCOAST
8pm est Tuesday April 1st Join us on WKPJB Radio

103.9 The Indie Storm for an exclusive Q&A with Dashaun Jiwe Morris about EVERYTHING and ANYTHING dealing with #DeathCoast FOLLOW Jiwe on twitter/I.g @JiweX7

The lines open immediately after the opening track is played

Listener dial-in number Press 1 to speak to Jiwe: (347) 324- 5487

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wkpjbradio

Hands down You’re in tha building with some of the hottest indie artists in the industry Poets, rappers, beat makers, DJ’s, singers ALL of them!!! Join Jamie Bond from UnMuted Ink Kelligraphy Pens from Masterful Mindgasms and Chamber7 from Erotic Echoes Bring an open mind and prepare to be inspired

order yours from the Estore Createspace: www.createspace.com/390594

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wkpjbradio/2014/04/02/wkpjb-radio-1039-the-indie-storm-featuring-jiwe-qa-about-deathcoast

Thursday, March 27, 2014

"I Got A Problem" - Miilkbone & Middy Murdock [Prod. By Dcypha]

LOYALTY-PRINCE AK FEAT. 050 BOYZ (MIDDY MURDOCK & TRU TRILLA) AND DOITALL

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm featuring Middy Murdock 03/27 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm featuring Middy Murdock 03/27 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts 



(347) 324- 5487
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wkpjbradio/2014/03/28/wkpjb-radio-1039-the-indie-storm-featuring-middy-murdock


8pm est Thursday March 27th 2014 We've got none other than Middy
Murdock in tha buildin' on WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm Come thru
and learn something this man does it all!!!

Middy Murdock is an
artist of many things ... Graphic designer, writer , producer,
illustrator, Mcee.. from Newark NJ .. born and raised in the projects of
Hayes Homes .. !!!!


Biography

A young entrepreneur from Newark NJ, a artist who
breathes throo art in every form .. from being musically inclined since
the age of 10 and drawing since the age of 5. Now a well know Graphic
designer and clothing designer, screen play writer, film writer,
community activist and mentor, outreach worker .. seeking success in
this life and the next


https://www.facebook.com/dockwayne050

https://www.facebook.com/MiddyMurdock75

    middymurdock(Twitter)

    xtrainkyking (Instagram

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

#FOEsure

#FOEsure
animals being civil to each other
that naturally shouldn't be yet do
and people are killing each-other on the news
someone tryna get me got is a sign of the the times
there are force fields around me
that protect even me from myself at times
Prayer is powerful fam but understand this
God has a sense of humor so watch what for you wish
and when you're ready to stop fighting let it go just say when
SO Speak highly of your enemies since YOU created them
~~ Jamie Bond


 

Saturday, March 22, 2014

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm w/ #UnMutedInk no talk no chat STR8T TRACKS! 03/22 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts

WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm w/ #UnMutedInk no talk no chat STR8T TRACKS! 03/22 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts



Listen to this hot episode! WKPJB Radio 103.9 The Indie Storm w/ #UnMutedInk no talk no chat STR8T TRACKS!
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wkpjbradio/2014/03/22/wkpjb-radio-1039-the-indie-storm-w-unmutedink-no-talk-no-chat-str8t-tracks

Chula Baby
Miss Remy the Poetess
Nikki Stylez
MoMan
Mitch L Hennessy
Methodical rage
Melissa JustMethepoet Ellis
Melanie YeYo Carter
Masterpiece
Walking Contradiction
Marc Marcel
m9dbodisol
Lyrical Movements
The Compo
Lorenzo
Laurie Edwards
Lady Oracle
Kelligraphy Pens
Chamber 7
Jamie Bond
Kelli Kock Tailz
Karma Sadaka
June bugg
Julie Kohler
Jon Goode
Jodi and poetic black
Jiwe
Jaze Baqti and WriterJones
Jamillionz
J.Sharelle
J.G. The Jugganaut
Hero 44
Eryk Moore
Dub proof
Damien Nova
Champ & Jodi disposable lies 1 & 2
Brandon Amazyn Nelson
Blaq Ice
Jamie Bond

Friday, March 21, 2014

Fryday Nyte Spytz: Open - Mic - With Jamie & Fab 03/21 by Inner Child Radio | Spirituality Podcasts

Fryday Nyte Spytz: Open - Mic - With Jamie & Fab 03/21 by Inner Child Radio | Spirituality Podcasts



7:00 until 9:00 PM Eastern Standard Time is your Time to get it in : 714.816.4751

Jamie Bond of UnMuted Ink & MizzFab of Moments of Chaos
Bring the Voice for the Voiceless

Yep . . . it is Open Mic on Inner Child . . . Calling all Poets, Storytellers and Spoken words Artists. . . come by and put your thing down for the Archives . . . We gonna make some History Here . . . ya Ready ? Put your name in the Archives . . .

ya never know . . .
It's HOT!!!!!! up in here . . .
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/inner-child-radio/2014/03/21/fryday-nyte-spytz-open--mic--with-jamie-fab

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

#Deathcoast Str8 Outta Newark

Deathcoast Str8 Outta Newark



#DEATHCOAST DVD NOW AVAILABLE!!!
https://www.createspace.com/390594

Deathcoast Str8 Outta Newark
by Dashaun Jiwe Morris

The streets of Newark, NJ are kill zones for two (gangs) sets full of hateful vengeance.

Strike after strike claim the lives of young black males in this
neverending war. With hate building and rage picking up speed... it's
going to be a collision when "Jiwe" and "Reeceo" come head to head.
Contact the producer Jiwe at deathcoastpremiere@gmail.c
om

Cast:
Dashaun Jiwe Morris, Reeceo, Breaon Gaddy, Suicide

Title #390594
Format: DVD-R

Monday, March 17, 2014

​5th Annual National Poetry Awards ​ 2014 - Fayetteville, North Carolina

http://www.thenationalpoetryawards.com/#!nominations/galleryPage

5th Annual

National Poetry Awards

​2014 - Fayetteville, North Carolina


Nomination Eligibility:







1. Open Mic of the Year - Any venue that hosts a weekly, biweekly, or monthly open mic multi-culture format for poetry and spoken word that is open to local and national performance artists. (Has to be in existence for 1 yr.)



2. Poetry Author of the Year - Any poet or spoken word artist that has published a collection of works with 50 pages or more that is available via internet ( Amazon, Barnes & Nobles & etc.) or personal sources or website. (Must have ISBN & Catalog Number via library of Congress).


3. Poetry/Spoken word Magazine of the Year - Any online or paperback magazine or literary journal that promotes & focuses on literary works, poetry, spoken word and creative writing. (Must must have been in circulation or online for at least a year).


4. Poetry/Spoken word Radio of the Year - Any on or offline terrestrial radio show that promotes & focuses on literary works, poetry & spoken word (Must have been aired or online for at least a year).



5. Poetry/Spoken word Video of the Year - Any online terrestrial video that promotes & focuses on literary works, poetry & spoken word (Must have been aired or online for at least a year).


6. Slam Team of the Year - Any youth or adult poetry slam team that sends a team to the NPS, BNV, or College Union and makes the city finals or final of either one of the national slams.



7. Slam Artist of the Year - Any poet or spoken word artist that competes and makes the finals of any international or national level poetry slam competition will be considered for this award. (Example: IWPS, TIPS, WOWPS).



8. Slam Organizer of the Year - Any person or group that organizers, coordinates and promotes weekly, biweekly, monthly, quarterly or annually, youth or adult poetry slams on a national PSI level that combines literary works and social awareness.


9. Spoken Word/Poetry Album of the Year - Any poet or spoken word artist who has professionally published, packaged, and distributed a completed collection of works on cd/dvd & available via internet on (ITunes, CD Baby, Amazon, RevebNation & etc.) is eligible for this award. (Must have an ISBN / barcode).


10. Poet of the Year - Any person who writes & publishes traditional forms of poetry (Haiku, sonnet, and etc) in a self published book, literary magazine, anthology, and textbook is eligible for this award.


11. Spoken word Artist of the Year - Any person who has published/produced a cd / dvd / book of works that focuses on the performances of non-literary art. (IE: Performance slams, gospel, poetry readings etc.)


12. New & Upcoming Poet/Spoken Word Artist - Any poet or spoken word artist who is brand new to the scene, can be published or non-published, recorded or non-recorded is eligible for this award.


13. Religious Poet of the Year - Any person who promotes religious beliefs via the art of poetry, spoken word performances, and publications is eligible for this award.


14. Mutil-Culture Poet/Spoken Word Artist of the Year - Any person who promotes, publishes, organizes, and performs works from a mutli-culture perspective.


15. Erotic Poet/Spoken Word Artist of the Year - Any person who writes, promotes, performs, organizes events that express sensual and romantic works is eligible for this award.


16. Youth Poet/Spoken Word Artist of the Year - Any youth who writes and performs traditional forms of poetry in general, for open mics , or for slams is eligible for this award. (Ages 11- 21).



17. International Poet of the Year - Any person who does not live in the U.S and who writes & publishes traditional forms of poetry (Haiku, sonnet, and etc) in a self published book, literary magazine, anthology, and textbook is eligible for this award.



18. Freedom  Poet of the Year - Any person who writes & publishes traditional forms of poetry (Haiku, sonnet, and etc) in a self published book, literary magazine, anthology, and textbook and has Served in the US Military for at least 1year of service is eligible for this award.


19. Troy Poet Lewis Community Outreach Award - Any person or group that organizes and promotes events that promote social, community, and humanitarianism awareness utilizing the art of poetry and spoken word is eligible for this award. (i.e. Cancer Awareness, Sexual Assault , Child Abuse, Domestic Violence & etc.)

Sunday, March 16, 2014

The Artisan Collective

Life is good fam
I snuck into open mic last night to support my sis in rhyme Tammy Jones
lol how could you not with all the promoting going on? lol
place was packed, energy was on point, features were phenomenal
Dirty Jerzs' own Crystal Deniro Simmons came thru to show love too
man it really couldn't have gotten better than that at all...
15 dollars paid for the event, food AND drinks with or without alcohol
you really can't beat it! Good times make GREAT memories
~~ Jamie Bond


 Crack The Mic is back at it again!!! 
These Poets/Authors on FIRE!!! Cover includes Drinks & food while it lasts.

Celebrating Women's Herstory,
#ouchdropsmic


  The Artisan Collective  
 

Saturday, March 15, 2014

giving and getting advice



Someone asked me who I go to for advice
my answer was this: I usually don't need advice but when I do
I ask people who know what they're talking about
I'm specific with my questions
I ask people who have something i want
or are doing something I aspire to achieve

I personally don't take advice from people who are STILL learning
WHY?? Because I refuse to become their guinea pigs
I refuse to allow others to implant seeds out helplessness in me
know the difference between ideas/ suggestions vs advice/ opinions 
if I want to build a business
I'm gonna ask someone who has done it already
NOT someone trying simple as that

all that we can learn together stuff is OK in rare occasions
yes there's some things you'll have to learn on your own
but be weary of those still making mistakes being too helpful

Before you ask for support learn how to support
before you ask for help learn how to be of assistance to others
before you declare you need a friend be a real friend
sometimes people will have no use for others
and yet most folks already know how to use others
don't take peoples word for it there are bootleg ways to do things
if that's what you are trying to achieve go for it 
but don't look confused when you're not being taken seriously .... nuff said
~~ Jamie Bond <3 p="">



Friday, March 7, 2014

#DeathCoast by Dashaun Jiwe Morris Got a Review of 5 Mics by Unmuted Ink



at the AMC theatre in Jersey Gardens Elizabeth, NJ
on March 6th 2014

This artist/ actor/director did it!!!
I went to the #DeathCoast premiere and I walked away with all kinds of emotions.
Regardless of whom you are; man, woman or child, you’ll get something positive from it….

Without giving the movie away I will say this….
I LOVED the fact that he cast regular round tha way type females in it,
although you knew about it, he didn’t glorify drugs, hustling or money.
Dependent upon whatever angle you were looking at it from;
You’d still walk away with a renewed sense of hope for change.
…Realizing that the power is within all of us to WANT it….
one phone call started it and one phone call ended it.

He masterfully showed parents WHY it can happen,
he blatantly showed gang members HOW these things could happen
and then went further to show the audience a simple METHOD
despite pain and ego how it could be toned down or stopped.

All of the emotions were there from love, frustration, confusion, loyalty,
revenge, consciousness, advice, conflict resolution etc.

This was not in the least about glorifying the lifestyle of gang members;
the fact of the matter is this: he carefully depicted where he was in his past,
with a petition to those who can make a difference to look in the mirror
and if you don’t like what you see;
then do your part as a member of your own community to make it better…

Dashaun Jiwe Morris is someone you need to keep your eye on
as not an up and coming but rather, someone who is not going to stop here and just go away,
He is someone who is going to keep it very real…
I see great things for this young man’s future which also inspires others in similar situations
to do what you have to do but also look for better ways to handle situations as essential life skills.

To Sum it up, this isn’t just a movie…
this is a documentary, this is an every hood USA biography
that needs to be in EVERY ONES library catalog.
You literally could not tell this was a low budget non backed movie
and I kept thinking…. DAMMN Imagine if it were WOW!!
DVD now available. THIS IS A MUST HAVE!


~~ Jamie Bond from UnMuted Ink 
#DeathCoast Movie Review gets 5 mics! 
 #SALUTE



#DeathCoast by Dashaun Jiwe Morris Got a Review of 5 Mics by Unmuted Ink

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

WKPJB The Indie Storm feat Dashaun Jiwe Morris Death Coast 03/04 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts

WKPJB The Indie Storm feat Dashaun Jiwe Morris Death Coast 03/04 by WKPJB 1039 The Indie Storm | Poetry Podcasts




http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wkpjbradio/2014/03/05/wkpjb-the-indie-storm-feat-dashaun-jiwe-morris-death-coast






Join Jamie Bond, Chamber 7
& Kelligraphy Pens on Tuesday March 4th 2014 Featuring Brick Citys
own Dashaun Jiwe Morris His movie Death Coast is premiering Thursday.
FOLLOW HIM!! twitter/I.g  @JiweX7







Dashaun “Jiwe” Morris is from Newark, New Jersey. At the age of
thirty two, sits atop the totem pole of street politics in his city. His
is a story as unique as it is universal.



Coming from a troubled home, a
young Jiwe was recruited to join the Bloods before he was even twelve
years old. By the time he was eleven, Jiwe had already participated in
his first drive by shooting. Perhaps it was his talent for football that
contributed to saving his life.



A star athlete in high school, Jiwe was
recruited to attend Delaware State University on a full athletic
scholarship. But while he continued to excel on the field, his
involvement with the Bloods would ultimately take a turn for the worse
as Jiwe proceeded largely unabated down a path that would subsequently
lead to his indictment for attempted murder.



Incarcerated and faced with
the prospect of raising his daughter from behind bars, Jiwe began to
look deep within himself for answers that would explain his predicament.
What began as a soul searching exercise would later turn into a
gripping account of street life through the eyes of a full blown gang
banger. In April of 2008 Jiwe’s first book, War Of The Bloods In My
Veins, was published by Scribner, a division of famed publishing house
Simon & Schuster.



Today Jiwe is a free man and uses his influence
and credibility in the streets to uplift at-risk youth across America.
Traveling to high schools, colleges and juvenile detention facilities,
the man who once embraced a lifestyle that promoted violence now spends
his time urging adolescents to fight poverty through education and earn
for bigger and greater rewards outside the confines of dilapidated
neighborhoods and broken homes












Wednesday, February 26, 2014

InnerChildPress Author Pages

Author Pages









Alan W Jankowski
Alfreda Ghee
Alicia C Cooper
Arnita D Doggett
Carlene Beverly
Charles SeaBe Banks
Chinedu Jonathan ichu
Christine M. Fulco
Darwin Greaves
Douglas H Melloy
Dr John R Strum
Dyke Williams
Elise Fee
Elizabeth Castillo
Eric King Judah
Hawkins
Fahredin Shehu
Florence Malone
Gary Malone
Gail Weston Shazor
Hülya N. Yilmaz
Iram Fatima Ashi
Irena Jovanivic
Jamie Bond
Janet P. Caldwell
Janice D. Johnson
Jeffery A. Sanders,
Sr.
Jen Walls
Jill Delbridge
Juan Alberto Luna
June Barefield
Justin Blackburn
Kallisa Powell
K Ann Crump
Keith Alan Hamilton
Kiriti Sengupta
Kolade Olanrewaju
Freedom
LauraLee Sweet
LauraSue Gutierrez
Leslie Mizz Fab Ryan
Lisa D McCraw Newell
Lisa N Wiley
Loretta Hardrick
Loving LaFaye
Martina Reisz
Newberry
Marquise Williams
Micheaux Urban VooDoo
Fortson
Miguel Keaton
Mitch Alexander
Monte Smith
Neetu Wali
Norberto Cruz
Patrice N. Rivers
Raja Williams
Regina Ann
Robert J Neal
Rodeci Risera Hapeci
Rosalind Cherry
Sakshi Chanana
Samuel Benjamin
Shantelle Elle McLin
Shareef Abdur Rasheed
Siddartha Beth Pierce
Sonia V Singh
Stuart Irving
Marshall
Teresa E Gallion
Terri L. Johnson
Terry L Ware Sr
Theresa N Peters
Tony Henninger
William S. Peters, Sr