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Troy
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Posted on Thursday, March 05, 2009 - 02:51 pm:   

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
'OFF THE PAGE'
Bringing the book world to life on the airwaves
WBAI99.5FM: FRI MARCH 06 09 @11AM


WHAT? Off The Page is the provocative, powerful radio talk show about the world of books. This week is a DISCUSSION special. It's our debate segment Between Me And You. 2 Discussions; Motherhood and Depression AND Getting Creative in Tough Times. Tune in!

WHEN? Friday March 6 2009 @ 11am til 12 noon. Check out Off The Page every FIRST and THIRD Friday of each month.

WHO? Your host? International award-winning journalist, playwright and author Esther Armah. Off The Page's guests award winning author and journalist ASHA BANDELE in our Motherhood and Depression Special. RON KAVANAGH, Editor of MOSAIC and the vision behind The Literary Freedom Project and TROY JOHNSON, President and Founder of AALBC.com (African American Literary Book Club) in a BETWEEN YOU AND ME special on literary innovation.

WHY? Off The Page brings the book world to life. Tune in and hear from those who write, critique, publish, profit, publicize and organize - with a particular emphasis on people of color, nationally and internationally.

ON FRI MARCH 6TH SHOW? A DEBATE Special.
Between Me and You the Off The Page debate segment. We explore Motherhood and Depression with award winning poet and author ASHA BANDELE whose new revealing book'Something Like Beautiful' peels the lid off this challenging issue. And our debate guests explore ‘Getting Literary and Creative with Technology' via a powerful online bookclub and website and a new project. A literary altar for two debates: Motherhood and Depression & Literary Innovation!

TUNE IN! JOIN US!
OFF THE PAGE with ESTHER ARMAH!
FRIDAY MARCH 6th 2009 @ 11AM ON WBAI 99.5FM.
MISSED THE SHOW? LISTEN AGAIN
www.wbai.org ARCHIVES
Want to comment on or contact Off The Page?
Email: estherarmah7@gmail.com
Check out 'BOOKTALK' the regular debate section on books by Esther Armah in New York's weekly newspaper Amsterdam News;

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