Randi Sloane, Contributor/Columnist for NP Journal, conducted the interview. New York City – the city of dreams, the […]
Currently, I am a Quantum Healing Hypnosis Practitioner. This form of hypnosis involves Past Life Regression to have […]
Harrie Farrow is a board member of BiNet USA and author of the bisexual themed novel, “Love, Sex, […]
Randi Sloane’s background is one of finding her passion. After a successful and somewhat intriguing career as a […]
Julia Tulupova was born in Smolensk, Russia, grew up in Kharkiv, Ukraine and studied in Kiev, where she […]
Cynthia Eller, Professor of Religion, Claremont Graduate University & Editor of JAAR: Journal of the American Academy of Religion. […]
The author of a growing number of noteworthy articles and two books on rural libraries, social justice, diversity, […]
The author of numerous landmark sex books, including Different Loving and Different Loving Too, Come Hither, and The […]
Heather McPherson maintains a private practice Respark Therapy & Associates (respark.co) in Austin and San Marcos, Texas […]
Prof. Dr. Viola Timm was a Hayman PhD at the University of California and a Mellon researcher […]
Carmen Browne is an African-American vocalist and composer living in Dublin, Ireland. See Bio. She was the winner […]
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.
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.
Vanessa Wester, born and grew up in Gibraltar – a British colony on the Southern tip of […]
Nicole Collet’s writing explores why people fall in love and what it takes for them to stay in love. Her plots invite readers to think outside the box, merging story with psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, music, and literature.