Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Writers Bloc Technical Difficulties

Due to ongoing problems with the technical equipment involved in the streaming of The Writers Bloc episodes over the air, shows will be postponed until the further notice. In the meantime as there are no problems with the actual recording equipment submissions are still being accepted. So submit your work and a recording session will be made.

Look for our ad in Atlantis.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

No Episode this Friday

There will be Writer's Bloc episode this week, as there are technical difficulties with the recording and broadcasting equipment right now. Feel free to explore past episodes on the website though. The memoir episodes will continue as planned next week.

Friday, April 1, 2011

The Writers Bloc Episode 11

The memoir/nonfiction episode airing today, Friday, will feature: Tyler Loftis, Mary Sue Murrary-Preveaux, and Nicole Ayes. It will air at the normal time from 10:00-11:00 AM. The episode will upload to the website by 5:00 PM this afternoon.

Individual recordings are now available for your convenience under the Individual Recordings page. You can search and listen to the authors stories and poetries without having to listen to an entire show. Although interview with the authors and discussions will only be available on the full episodes under the Past Shows page. So go forth and listen!

In other news, if you have not been attending the MFA Thesis Readings you should. They are excellent writers and very enjoyable to listen too. Here are the remaining dates:

Thursday, April 7
7 p.m., Morton Hall 100

Thursday, April 14
7 p.m., Morton Hall 100

Also look for our ad in the spring 2011 Atlantis Magazine! And attend the Atlantis Release Party. Below are the details. Listen for our ad in the next episode.

Atlantis Release Party @ The Soapbox (downtown) April 14th starting at 9pm.
Celebrate the release of the spring issue of UNCW's creative magazine. There will be live painting, artwork mounted from the contributor's, poetry readings, and live performances by Vonnegutrade, Coup de Grace, King Beard, and David Adusei.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

The Writers Bloc Episode 10

This Weeks Episode:

Shane and Andrew - Stephen King Discussion
Marysue                 - Original music and lyrics with a discussion
Reading from Japanese Traditional Tales called Two Frogs

Next week will the beginning of the memoir themed episodes. 
So tune in and listen to those.

Also check back Monday under the Individual Recordings sections for access to the recordings.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Great 8

The first Writers' Bloc episode of March 2011 brings back Stephen King as Andrew Browning and Shane Combs once again discuss one of the literary world's biggest heavyweight authors and what he has to say about writing. Stream the entire episode live this Friday, 4 March 2011 at 10:00 a.m. on HawkStream Radio. The Writers' Bloc - dedicated to getting UNCW authors heard.

So Good We Had to Air it Twice

Miss last week's episode? So did we. Due to a technical glitch The Writers' Bloc did not air its seventh episode as scheduled. We apologize for the delay but the show must go on. You can now access the previously unreleased content by clicking here. It has everything - from a discussion about Stephen King to UNCW author Jerry Pope with his reading of "Rabbit Season." There is no excuse to miss it a second time. Access the episode today and hear how writing never sounded so good.

Friday, February 25, 2011

Seventh Heaven

The Writers’ Bloc is back with its seventh episode and this one will have listeners in seventh heaven. The episode is packed with the latest works from the best in UNCW authors. Listen in and join us to hear Jerry Pope reading from his short story “Rabbit Season” followed by a roundtable discussion with Andrew Browning and Shane Combs as they delve into the bestselling nonfiction title "On Writing" by the modern day master of the macabre, Stephen King. Also on hand at the end of the segment will be a new format for The Writers’ Bloc - a yet-to-be titled informal talk show created by host and The Writers’ Bloc founder Rachel Arredondo. It’s all here on Hawkstream Radio. Listen in to hear how writing never sounded so good.