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Vanessa de Largie hails from Australia and is an award-winning actress, author, prolific sex-columnist, freelance journalist and blogger. Her novels explore the dimensions of female sexuality. She has worked as an entertainer for over 20 years, engaged in film, theater, television, radio, voice over, compère, spoken word and photographic modelling. She currently resides in London […]

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Sue De Gregorio-Rosen is Associate Editor Legal Liaison at THE NATIONAL CANNABIS PATIENTS WALL, New York Cannabis Nurses Professional Registered Nurse, with over 18 years of management experience and 30+ years as a trauma/burn/ER specialist, including expertise and analytic ability to successfully resolve issues, exceeds standards for outstanding commitment to the future of the self-evident […]

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Casting Director, Interview with Ken Lazer

Randi Sloane, Contributor/Columnist for NP Journal, conducted the interview. New York City – the city of dreams, the city of opportunity, the city that never sleeps; especially if you’re in the acting industry. On any given day or night you can walk through the city and hopefully be lucky enough to catch Shades of Blue […]

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Quantum Healing Hypnosis Practitioner, Interview with Angie Sanchez

Currently, I am a Quantum Healing Hypnosis Practitioner. This form of hypnosis involves Past Life Regression to have an understanding about the current life as well as draw some healing to certain areas of the self, and these could be mentally, physically, emotionally or spiritually – this method was created by Hypnotherapist Dolores Cannon. I mention […]

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Bisexuality – a perspective, Interview with Harrie Farrow

Harrie Farrow is a board member of BiNet USA and author of the bisexual themed novel, “Love, Sex, and Understanding the Universe.” She’s also a journalist, consultant, and speaker on bisexual issues and the bisexual community. Farrow grew up in the Virgin Islands, graduated from San Francisco State with a BA in Psychology and a […]

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Actress – Off-Broadway & film, Interview with Randi Sloane

Randi Sloane’s background is one of finding her passion. After a successful and somewhat intriguing career as a private investigator she made the leap into acting after years of consideration. Through a lot of hard work, endless auditions and diligence she landed numerous roles in quick fashion that immediately translated from theater and film to […]

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Actress, writer, musician & producer, Interview with Julia Tulupova

Julia Tulupova was born in Smolensk, Russia, grew up in Kharkiv, Ukraine and studied in Kiev, where she earned her B.A. at the Kiev National University of Theater and Cinematography. She speaks three languages, English, Russian, Ukrainian and is proficient in French. Her dialects include American Standard, American General, Russian, Eastern European and British. She is also a musician […]

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Cynthia Eller, Professor of Religion, Claremont Graduate University & Editor of JAAR: Journal of the American Academy of Religion. PhD, University of Southern California. Eller teaches and researches in the areas of Women and Religion, New Religious Movements, Religion in North America, and Feminist Theory. She is the author of Gentlemen and Amazons: The Myth of Matriarchal […]

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Rural libraries: political and economic change, Interview with Dr. Bharat Mehra

The author of a growing number of noteworthy articles and two books on rural libraries, social justice, diversity, and needs of minority populations, Dr. Mehra is Associate Professor in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Tennessee (UT). He applies action research towards community building and community development while collaborating with racial/ethnic groups, […]

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The author of numerous landmark sex books, including Different Loving and Different Loving Too, Come Hither, and The Truth About Sex: A Sex Primer For The 21st Century, Dr Brame is a clinical sexologist and sex therapist.  She is internationally renowned for her pioneering work in removing the stigma from BDSM, fetishes, masturbation and other […]

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   Heather McPherson maintains a private practice Respark Therapy & Associates (respark.co) in Austin and San Marcos, Texas specializing in sexuality and relationships. She is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and Sex Therapist. Heather is the CEO and Founder of the Sexual Health Alliance (SHA), which now includes the Southwest […]

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  Prof. Dr. Viola Timm was a Hayman PhD at the University of California and a Mellon researcher at Johns Hopkins University. She has taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara and Irvine, New York University, and the University of Fortaleza, Brazil among other academic institutions. She writes about public health, Shakespeare, psychoanalysis and […]

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Vocalist & Composer – jazz & soul roots, Interview with Carmen Browne

Carmen Browne is an African American vocalist and composer living in Dublin, Ireland. See Bio. She was the winner of the 2012 RTE/RAAP Breakthrough Bursary, a national award given by the National Television and Radio Station similar to the BBC in Ireland. Her performance highlights have included being the opening act for M People and Billy Ocean in Dublin’s […]

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Fine artist, writer, lecturer, Interview with Uriél Dana

Uriél Dana has been honored for her work as a fine artist, writer, and lecturer for more than three decades. Her oils, gouache, and lost wax bronze work has been shown in 12 countries on 4 continents. She is a former U.S. State Department Ambassador to the Arts under the former Arts America Program.

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Jazz musician – a San Francisco voice, Interview with Michelle Pollace

Whether performing her own compositions or her arrangements of standards, Bay Area native Michelle Pollace [poh-LAH-chi] honors the roots of jazz, Brazilian, and Afro-Cuban music while adding a new voice. Her latest CD, New Beginning, has garnered favorable press as well as airplay on around 200 satellite, public, and college radio stations, plus made the “most added releases” list in JazzWeek.

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