BW – EP31: Happy New Year!—Minor Announcements

BW – EP31: Happy New Year!—Minor Announcements

Breaking Walls, Interviews
Happy New Year! This brief message is one of thanks and announcements. We also tease our guest for Breaking Walls EP32, who stops by to say hello. Breaking Walls EP32 will be released on Friday 1.8.2016.   Subscribe on iTunes here: HTTPS://ITUNES.APPLE.COM/US/PODCAST/THE-WALLBREAKERS/ID924086880?MT=2 Listen on Soundcloud here: @THEWALLBREAKERS If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email us at HELLO@THEWALLBREAKERS.COM If you’d like to subscribe to our newsletter go to the footer here at THEWALLBREAKERS.COM, scroll down to the bottom, and click the button in the footer.  
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BW – EP30: Author David Shields—War Is Beautiful Pt2

BW – EP30: Author David Shields—War Is Beautiful Pt2

Breaking Walls, Interviews
Part 2 of our interview with author David Shields about his pictorial novel War is Beautiful in which David looked at over 2000 New York Times front-page war photos between 1991 and 2014. What David found after reviewing the common themes and constructs of these photographs made him stop reading The Times. The pictorial guide is available for purchase here: www.amazon.com/War-Is-Beautiful-…ict/dp/1576877590. It’s a must-see!   Highlights: • How a childhood stutter taught David to listen for subtext • How The Times’ need to sell papers has dictated its art direction • Why The Times is wrong to claim its centrist views • Why The Times and the US government have an unsaid collusion with each other • Why we should all look beneath the surface about things in life • Why we…
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BW – EP29: Author David Shields—War Is Beautiful Pt1

BW – EP29: Author David Shields—War Is Beautiful Pt1

Breaking Walls, Interviews
Part 1 of our interview with author David Shields about his pictorial novel War is Beautiful in which David looked at over 2000 New York Times front-page war photos between 1991 and 2014. What David found after reviewing the common themes and constructs of these photographs made him stop reading The Times. The pictorial guide is available for purchase here: www.amazon.com/War-Is-Beautiful-…ict/dp/1576877590. It’s a must-see! Part 2 will be available beginning 12.10.205.   Highlights:     (more…)
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BW – EP28: From Foster Care To Freedom—Author Pamela J. Campbell

BW – EP28: From Foster Care To Freedom—Author Pamela J. Campbell

Breaking Walls, Interviews
In Episode 28 of Breaking Walls, we sit down with two-time published author Pamela J. Campbell to talk about her experiences growing up in an abusive household, foster care, how it shaped her for the better, and how she's become both a writer and a community leader. Pamela is currently in the process of publishing a memoir of her experiences thus far in life. It's due out in 2016 and called "A World Apart: From Foster Care to Freedom." (more…)
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BW – EP27: Conquering Fears at Greenwood Cemetery—Spencer Johnson

BW – EP27: Conquering Fears at Greenwood Cemetery—Spencer Johnson

Breaking Walls, Interviews
We change up the format in Episode 27 of Breaking Walls. While interviewing BWEP 09 Guest Spencer Johnson, he and I took a walking tour of Greenwood Cemetery in Brooklyn and recorded our conversation. Greenwood was the last place Spencer visited before leaving NYC in 2014 to move to Florida. Hear him talk about the fears he faced when making the decision to leave a place he lived for his entire adult life. Highlights • When to know you need a change • What Spencer thinks of Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg • How Greenwood Cemetery was founded • What's the significance of Battle Hill • When Spencer feels wearing a mask can be a good thing • The exact spot the Statue of Liberty Faces inside Greenwood • Why…
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