Creative Drive Podcast #37 – White Out by Mark Anthony Smith

Mark Anthony Smith was born in Hull. His writings have appeared in Musicians for Homeless and Be their voice, Spelk and Truly U. His latest work, Hearts of the Matter, is available on Amazon.

Visit Mark on Facebook and Twitter for updates on his latest work. Thank you for your sharing your work with us, Mark!

If you’d like to hear your short works of poetry, flash fiction, and dramatic writing on the podcast, submit your short work today!

Don’t be idle, make art! Much love,

j

More Creative Drive Episodes below!

A message on recent delays. Creative Drive

Hey there, As you may have noticed, there have been a few episode delays on Thursdays recently. That makes me incredibly sad because I am desperate to record your episodes! Unfortunately, due to a perfect storm of submission volume and vocal problems on my part, I will be working on keeping my allergies in check and catching up on submissions. I would rather delay the episodes just a little, in order to give my best rendition of your stories and poetry! I hope to be up and running again in a few weeks. I thank you for your beautiful work, your patience, and I hope to get back to producing your episodes in the coming weeks! I can't wait to pick up where we left off. Much love, j
  1. A message on recent delays.
  2. CD51 – The Bard of Frogtown by A. Whittenberg
  3. CD50 – Poems and Flash Fiction by Lydia Tai
  4. CD49 – 3 Poems by Huda Tariq
  5. CD48 – 3 Poems by A. Whittenberg

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