Literature Prizes – River And Sound Review http://riverandsoundreview.org/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 02:33:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://riverandsoundreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/river-and-sound-review-icon-150x150.png Literature Prizes – River And Sound Review http://riverandsoundreview.org/ 32 32 The author receives the “Woman of the Year” award https://riverandsoundreview.org/the-author-receives-the-woman-of-the-year-award/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 02:33:56 +0000 https://riverandsoundreview.org/the-author-receives-the-woman-of-the-year-award/

SHILLONG, January 9: Renowned author Minimon Laloo received the “Woman of the Year 2021” award from the House of Letters (India), Bhubaneswar, Odisha, in recognition of the work and contributions to society and personal life achievements in literature, education, art, culture et al.
Besides writing Khasi books, she also wrote “Meghalaya GK (India / World)” which has been published every year. Some of his other accomplishments include – as a philatelist, Minimon participated in an exhibition and won district and state level awards (MEGHAPEX); as an amateur photographer, she had won prizes at the exhibition of the Arts and Culture and Tourism departments; and she even acted and wrote dialogue in the Khasi movies.
She was also a playwright and performer in a short play “One Act” called “U NongKñia bad Ka Mem Bilat” (from the book Ha Jylli ka Rynsan). One of his novels “Ngam Banse” and “Ki Khana Lyngkot” (short stories) was documented by Doordarshan Shillong and released through his channel.
“U Men Khapnap” (from the book “Ha Jylli ka Rynsan”) was performed in the All India Radio program via Jaintia under the name “U Ma Syngit”.
She has also been associated with many organizations such as Meghalaya State Council for Child Welfare, All India Poetess Conference (UP), Poetry Society India (Delhi), Sein Jaintia, etc.

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modern Irish music told in Legacies https://riverandsoundreview.org/modern-irish-music-told-in-legacies/ Sat, 08 Jan 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://riverandsoundreview.org/modern-irish-music-told-in-legacies/

LyricFM, 7 p.m.

Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts the New York Metropolitan Opera, performing Grammy Award-winning jazz musician and composer Terence Blanchard’s adaptation of Charles M Blow’s moving memoir Fire shut up in my bones.

This way

RTÉ Radio 1 Extra, 8 p.m.

Weekly, internationally-broadcast LGBT * radio program produced in Los Angeles featuring news, in-depth coverage of major events, interviews with key queer figures, as well as music, literature and entertainment.

SUNDAY

The lyrical function

LyricFM, 6 p.m.

Goedemorgen, Amsterdam: Laoise O’Brien travels to Amsterdam with the National Youth Orchestra of Ireland to follow their musical adventures in this historic and culturally rich city.

Treaty songs

LyricFM, 9 p.m.

Highlights edited from the recent Treaty songs concert at the National Concert Hall, with the Crash Ensemble, Lisa O’Neill, John Spillane, Karan Casey, Duke Special, Jonathan Nangle and special guest Christy Moore.

Lasracha

R na G, 9 p.m.

Seán Ó hÉanaigh takes an Irish look at Gram Parsons’ work as a solo artist, his recordings with The Byrds, The Flying Burrito Brothers and Emmylou Harris, in another broadcast of his roundup of classic Americana .

MONDAY

Ceol Binn ó na Beanna

R na G, 7 p.m.

All this week on the program, Neansaí Ní Choisdealbha will give us a look back on the best traditional music albums of 2021, including the music of Sarah Ghriallais, Aidan Connolly, Hugh Healy, Aggie Whyte, Colm Naughton, and more.

TUESDAY

Happyalone: ​​Father Matthew Street 2020 session revisited on The Alternative; Tuesday, 10 p.m. 2FM

The alternative

2FM, 10 p.m.

Dan Hegarty presents another pair of performances from the RTÉ Session Archives: A 2000 fanning session by alt-rockers Wilt saw former Kerbdog members enter pop territory, while a 2019 session by Cork trio Happyalone is recorded as one of the presenter’s favorites, including a remarkable rendition of “Something in the Way” by Nirvana.

WEDNESDAY

The alternative

2FM, 10 p.m.

Having presented the second LP of British electronic group Death in Vegas Contino sessions All week as Album of the Week, Dan Hegarty talks with frontman Richard Fearless about his writing and recording, including working with punk icon Iggy Pop on the single “Aisha”.

THURSDAY

Bladhair

R na G, 3 p.m.

The team is back in action after the Christmas holidays, and Áine Ní Bhreisleáin puts on an action-packed show as usual, with lots of prizes, great music and lots of laughs.

FRIDAY

Cartlann Bhóthar na Léinsí

R na G, 2:05 p.m.

Dáithí de Mórdha presents gems from the archives of RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta Munster weekly – demonstrating the traditions, customs, beliefs, lifestyles, hobbies, family and community life of the past in the Gaeltacht.

The lyrical concert

LyricFM, 7 p.m.

Conductor Jaime Martin leads the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra for a concert featuring famous pianist Kirill Gerstein in Rachmaninoff’s piece Piano Concerto No.2 live from the National Concert Hall in Dublin.

RADIO REWINDING

Heritage

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A four-part look at the evolution of modern Irish music commissioned by RTÉ 2FM: A conversation between The alternative‘s Dan Hegarty and former independent DJ Jenny Huston; a look at the development of Irish hip-hop by Mo-K; The collection of Irish pop songs narrated by Tara Kumar and Stephen Byrne, and Tracy Clifford takes a look at the history of our festival scene.

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Bartlesville Library Creative Writing Contest Accepting Entries https://riverandsoundreview.org/bartlesville-library-creative-writing-contest-accepting-entries/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 11:28:06 +0000 https://riverandsoundreview.org/bartlesville-library-creative-writing-contest-accepting-entries/

Registration is open for the 30th Annual Creative Writing Competition hosted by community members and the Bartlesville Public Library.

Organized by Bartlesville Friends of the Library, a community group that raises funds and runs programs for the library, this year’s competition features a new grand prize for poetry – in addition to the grand prize offered for short stories and smaller prizes. offered to first and second place winners in each category.

“It’s something that excites us and that we love to do every year. It’s kind of a fun service to the community, ”said Friends president Kathy Clear.

Writers can compete in several categories, broken down by age group. The first division, which is limited to eighth grade students, includes poetry and fiction. The second division, which includes 14 to 17 year olds, includes the poetry, fiction and non-fiction categories. The third division is for people 18 and over and includes poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and children’s literature.