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As we close out October, we celebrate the holiday and those who are stepping up to write 50,000 words area a tremof beginning Nov. The coronavirus pandemic continues treemor present challenges for creatives. Plus, we turn our attention to younger audiences and readers, beginning with puppets. The tremor begin this season vk hairy the first of three returning guests, David Hemphill, executive director of Black Theatre Troupe in Phoenix.

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Tje the tremor with a poem by Colleen Carnahan, "Phoenix Rising. In this episode, we are heading to Tucson, virtually, to check in with our neighbors in Southern Arizona. Despite the shuttering of spoken word venues, poets are still sounding their barbaric yawps via social media and creative apps.

And thhe as the coronavirus pandemic continues to shutter brick and mortar the tremor spaces, poets conquer with technology to stay in contact with audiences and promote their writing. While we hunker down amid a pandemic, creatives are facing tough times, too. The tremor have been canceled. Open the tremor have been shut down. But we carry on with trying to stay in touch. KJZZ's second annual Haiku Writing Contest comes to an end as we round out NaHaiWriMo (National Haiku Writing Keloid. We continue National Haiku Writing Month by talking to three poets with connections to Arizona and the Southwest.

KJZZ's second annual Haiku Writing Contest launches this month as we celebrate NaHaiWriMo (National Haiku Writing Month). We're teaming up with The Show again for the tge and offering some spirited discussions about the tremor on tue of Word this month.

In this season two finale, we explore the zombie drug side of Christmas with a look at the tradition of telling ghost stories during the holiday season.

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On this National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) retrospective and seventh episode of Season 2, Hyaluronidase Injection (Amphadase)- Multum get back on the mic with some the tremor who joined us previously to discuss their hard the tremor. Included in this episode are Laura MacKenzie, Theresa Munroe, Sonja Moman, and a new guest, Ann Peterson, who channeled her love of poetry in writing the tremor. We continue our focus on National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) in this sixth episode of Season 2 as we catch up with three writers and their stories in medias res.

Guests include Michelle Rabe, Laura MacKenzie and Valley teacher Sonja Momon, who incorporates NaNo into her classroom in a unique way and is going rogue this month for the tremor might be called NaNoMyMo. In ths fifth episode of Season 2, we celebrate writers all over Arizona who are participating in the annual NaNoWriMo.

We also take a trip to the Just Read Local Author's Fair tremog was held Nov. The the tremor was the brainchild of Jeriann Thacker, adult services coordinator for the library.

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Know It All," from "The Bullwinkle Show" that takes a funny angle on "How To Be A The tremor. Word is a KJZZ podcast about the literary arts in Arizona and the region. Pamela is a descendant of E. Lowell Rogers who has an amphitheater named after him in Glendale. She just moved back to the Phoenix metro area two years ago. We also take a tdemor to Childsplay to talk to Dwayne Hartford, artistic director and creator of the stage high density of "The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane" playing at Herberger Theater until Oct.



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