AuthorViews Video Podcast
Summary: AuthorViews is a program for presenting books and authors to the media and the public. All AuthorViews videos are copyright free and may be downloaded, stored, transferred and displayed without permission as long as the contents are not altered. AuthorViews -- because authors deserve to be heard. Serving fresh video every day.
Xxavier T. is a former exotic dancer whose book How To Treat Your Man Like a V.I.P: Topless Tactics You Were Never Taught. draws on her experience in the clubs to give tips on how women can improve their relationships.
Steve Williams is the founder and principle artist of 504 What Style. He creates punk rock artwork and promotes bands through a variety of mediums but often with an edgy pen and ink style.
Steve OKeefe is the author of Set Your Head on Fire: Fuel For the First-Time Writer. The book is meant to inspire fledgling writers to not only continue writing but also get their books and stories published.
Sarah Inman is the editor of Rive Gauche, a literary magazine founded on New Orleans West Bank. The magazine accepts contributions from around the world.
Romy Kaye is New Orleans Jazz Singer. Her influences are Billie Holliday, Sarah Vaughan and Chris Connor.
Robert Tannen is working on the Wetlands Restoration Project, an effort to preserve barrier islands and marshes endangered in South Louisiana.
Robert Rhine is the author of a serious of comic books that include Selected Readings From Satans Powder Room, Chicken Soup For Satan, and, his latest, Satan Gone Wild.
Rita Valleys unique book God Hates Artists offers incontrovertible truth that god has it in for kinds of artists according to its author.
Rene Broussard is the founder and director of Zeitgeist Multidisciplinary Arts Center, a non-profit cultural arts organization. The group celebrated its 17th birthday in 2004.
Michael Welch is a New Orleans import whose second book, The Donkey Show is about a newcomers experiences in the Crescent city.
Lance Vargas is the editor of The Chicory, an online magazine dedicated to New Orleans people and cultures.
Keith Weldon Medley is the author of We As Free Men: Plessey Vs. Ferguson. The book details the actions and motivations of Homer Plessey and his supporters, who in 1896 challenged the separate but equal laws of the post-Civil War America.
Jose Torres Tama is a writer, poet and performance artist who uses his work to increase social harmony among different social and racial groups and classes. He beleives writing can be made stronger when combined with performance.
Peter Francis and R.C. Deglinkta are two former Bourbon Street waiters who have written, How To Burn Down the House: The Infamous Waiter and Bartenders Scam Bible. The book humorously tells of the numerous ways service industry employees can scam money both their employers and guests.
Joe Taylor is with Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama. The press publishes contemporary fiction. A recent book, The Soft Room was nominated by the American Library Association for notable book of the year.