Between the Lines: listening to literature online is an audio show whose aim is to educate, broaden literary horizons, entertain, and promote the offerings of Allbook Books as well as the writings and activities of other publishers, authors, & artists. New shows are posted weekly on Wednesday. If you want to receive a weekly e-mail reminder, send an e-mail to:mankh (@) allbook-books.com
Show #73 “Allbook Books 2nd Annual Fun-d Drive and Multi-Cultural Holidays Roast” (~32 min)To order booksE-mail for book sale info: mankh(a)allbook-books.com* * * * *Show #72 “First There Is a Mentor then There Is No Mentor then There Is” (~28 min)Links cited* * * * *archived shows #1 to 25archived shows #26 to 50archived shows #51 to 71***** To order books, etc. *****
* * * * *“Listen to Mankh's striking new weekly audio program for insight and inspiration. His conversational manner puts the visitor across the kitchen table from him with a coffee in hand, making your experience at once relaxing and provocative.”- Les Blough, editor, Axis of Logic: Finding Clarity in the 21st century mediaplex
Ancient Chinese pictograph for “Compliant, Favorable,” from images meaning: “going with the river and managing to keep one’s head” i.e. going with the flow. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
As the title suggests, along with the encouragement to explore what literature and other forms of verbal presentation do not say but imply, there will be more to “Between the Lines” than literature; each episode’s topic will inevitably branch out into other areas connected with world affairs and the “evolution o’ consciousness,” as Wiggs Dannyboy called it in one of the best novels of our times, Jitterbug Perfume, by Tom Robbins. A minute ago this writer was not planning to cite that book, it just ‘came to mind’ when figuring how to describe one of the aims of the show. Which brings up writing tip #1: Some of the best (or at least most fun) bits get ‘created’ by simply allowing yourself to write freely, not hold back, free associate, and enjoy the process; it’s like getting between the lines of your own head so as to tap your subconscious, higher consciousness, and allow the muses, or whatever you call those mysterious forces and juices, to work with you.
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Theme song: “Wandering” by Yang Ying, from her CD Elixir
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