Arts in the Valley, Saturday (8 PM), June 16, and Sunday (2 PM), June 17, 2012, 1480 KYOS AM

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Tune into Arts in the Valley this Saturday, June 16 at 8 pm, and Sunday, June 17th at 2 pm. Host Kim McMillon will interview spiritual healer Elizabeth Joyce, and J.P. Dancing Bear, Editor of The American Poetry Journal, and host of FM91.5 KKUP’s “Out of Our Minds.” The interviews will be listed on the Arts in the Valley Facebook Page on the evening of Saturday, June 16th.

To Listen to Elizabeth Joyce, click onto the link:joyce

Born as one of two sets of identical twins, Elizabeth Joyce has been psychic since birth. Named one of the World’s Greatest Psychics (Citadel Press, 2004), she is a spiritual healer and gives personal psychic readings worldwide. Ms. Joyce is a professional Astrologer, Spiritual Counselor, Energy Healer, Medium, and Clairvoyant who interprets dreams and teaches the new energies of the Fifth Dimension. Her TV Appearances include Unsolved Mysteries, Beyond Chance, and The Psychic Detectives. Ms. Joyce’s books Psychic Attack -Are You A Victim, and Ascension—Accessing The Fifth Dimension, and The Ascension Workbook are available at Amazon.com. Elizabeth facilitates her own healing classes, using the Divine Seals and Spiritual Chakras from her latest book-Ascension—Accessing The Fifth Dimension WORKBOOK, released Dec. 21, 2011. Elizabeth Joyce founded and heads the Bucks County Metaphysical Association, (thebcma.net) a non-profit organization to benefit the charities of Bucks County, PA.  Besides traveling extensively, Elizabeth is building a healing center and teaching Intuitive Awareness classes and Fifth- Dimension Spiritual Intensive workshops. She is located in Doylestown (Bucks County), PA. and Mahwah (Bergen County), New Jersey. Please check her website www.new-visions.com for rates and services.

To listen to  J.P. Dancing Bear, click onto the link:dancing bear

J. P. Dancing Bear lives near the Monterey Bay. His poems have appeared or are forthcoming in over a thousand publications including Shenandoah, Mississippi Review, Natural Bridge, DIAGRAM, No Tell Motel, Third Coast, Copper Nickel, Cimarron Review, Poetry East, North American Review, Atlanta Review, Verse Daily, Poetry International, Marlboro Review, Hotel Amerika, Seattle Review, Permafrost, Puerto Del Sol, Controlled Burn, Cranky, Rattle, Americas Review, Slipstream and many others.

He is the author of several chapbooks, including What Language, winner of the 2002 Slipstream Prize. He is the author of five full-length poetry collections: Billy Last Crow (Turning Point, 2004); Conflicted Light (Salmon Poetry, 2008); Inner Cities of Gulls (Salmon Poetry, 2010) a PEN Oakland-Josephine Miles National Literary Award winner; Family of Marsupial Centaurs (and other birthday poems) due for release by Iris Press; and Fish Singing Foxes due for a release by Salmon Poetry. Dancing Bear’s poems have been nominated fourteen times for Pushcart Prizes, once for the Foreward Prize [UK], and four times nominated for Best of the Web awards. He is a three-time finalist for the Mississippi Review Prize, a finalist for the Alice Fay Di Castagnola Award from the Poetry Society of America for his manuscript Gacela (now part of Fish Singing Foxes), and his manuscript, Lines Cast (now part of Fish Singing Foxes), was a finalist in the 2008 National Poetry Series.

He is the editor of The American Poetry Journal, owner of Dream Horse Press, publisher of the Orphic Prize and APJ Book Prize series, as well as the first animal rights poetry anthology And We The Creatures.

He is the host of “Out of Our Minds” a weekly radio show for public radio station KKUP featuring some of today’s best contemporary poets.

Bear works with Nicaraguan poet Blanca Castellon on translating of her poetry into English, the first will appear in Redactions, Marlboro Review, International Poetry Review, iconoclast, Pirene’s Fountain, Numéro Cinq and The Bitter Oleander. He has also worked with Mexican poet Oscar Wong to translate his work into English.

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