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Lilycat on Stuff – Let’s have some misadventures

Published on January 20, 2018 By Lilycat on Stuff

Hello Sweeties This Sunday, We will doing a show with Left Coast Writer – Matthew Felix, Author of A Voice Beyond Reason and With Open Arms: Short Stories of Misadventures in Morocco. We will talk about the beauty and problems with traveling. Also, I will give out stay-cation ideas. Sunday – 12- 2PM – Studio […]

Lilycat on Stuff – Inch by Inch

Published on November 19, 2016 By Lilycat on Stuff

Hello sweeties This Sunday we will have Left Coast Writer – Denise Pinhey, Author of An Inch In Time: The Story of Justin Jollie Oliver Inch. Denise Pinhey writes humorous stories. Her first novel, ““An Inch in Time” shines a humorous light on the awkwardness of the human condition, especiallywhen it comes to social interaction.  Denise […]

Lilycat on Stuff- It is a tragedy… A Greek tragedy

Published on September 20, 2015 By Lilycat on Stuff

Hello sweeties For the next Sunday – We will be visited again by another wonderful Left Coast Writer – Joel Eis, Author of “The Function of the Ekkyklema in Greek Theatre, The Sculptural Display of Murdered Victims and the Success of Greek Tragedy for the State” So, I will need to put my thinking cap and […]

Lilycat on Stuff – My affair Mickey caught on PXL Camera

Published on November 15, 2014 By Lilycat on Stuff

Hello Sweeties This Sunday – We will have a call in interview with Film PXL and obscure Curator and film theory scholar – Gerry Fialka… As he tells use about RU Sirus and more… …. We will have in the studio another Left Coast Writer – Tami Casias, who young adult books has written winning […]

Lilycat on Stuff – I’m going to make you an offer you can’t refuse

Published on September 13, 2014 By Lilycat on Stuff

Hello Sweeties This Sunday – We will have Left Coast Writer- Carl Russo author of “The Sicilian Mafia: A True Crime Travel Guide.” — A new travel guide to Sicily is an illustrated journey to the heart of the Mafia. Written for tourists and armchair travelers alike, the book is a geographical history of Cosa […]

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