LLL025 Bee Round: Tell the Story

Bee Lounged with LannaLee and got a couch!
Bee Lounged with LannaLee and got a couch!

Bee Lounged with LannaLee and got a couch!

Bee and Lanna talk about criticism, literature, writing and education. Bee explains why she dropped out of college and went to beauty school. Spoiler: they talk about spoilers, and why they each surround themselves with people who are easy to entertain. Bee goes back to school and she tells Lanna how it feels to have writer’s block. And she answers 10 questions.

Bee Round in her own words

Dilettante? Raconteuse? Can a woman be a Renaissance Man? Music, teaching, photography, writing, baking, collecting, musing… opining. Fame has never come knocking but I never asked for it either. Half the time I feel like I’m just tripping over all the things I’m interested in and and the rest of the time I’m apologizing for being such a hermit-nerd. I think “interested” people find themselves surrounded by “interesting” people and opportunities… If I had a philosophy for life that may be it… Be Interested.

The 411: Bee Round

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    • [Recorded 09/09/2012]

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#002 Shay Jumps In the Fray (@blackgirlinmain)

Shay Stewart-Bouley

Shay Stewart-Bouley

Shay Stewart-Bouley lounged with LannaLee and gets a couch!

LannaLee and Shay talk about Shay’s work with Joyful Biddeford, non-profits, writing, spirituality, mommy bloggers and how much information is too much to share. Shay calls Dooce “The Godmother of Mommy Bloggers.” And she answers 10 questions.

Our guest this week is award-winning blogger, columnist, and non-profit goddess Shay Stewart-Bouley. Her blog, Black Girl in Maine, was named to Babble’s Top 100 Mom Bloggers of 2011. Also in 2011, she won a New England Press Association award for her writing on diversity issues at her monthly column at the Portland Phoenix, entitled Diverse-City. In the non-profit sector, Shay is the executive director of the Biddeford’s Joyful Harvest Neighborhood Center.

The 411: Shay Stewart-Bouley

Here is where you can find Shay online.

[Recorded 01/29/2012]
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