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Give this a listen

Jul 17, 2018







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Billosophy on the Earspoon and SoundCloud

Jul 16, 2018



Give a listen. Make a difference. You can now listen (or download) the Billosophy Podcast by going to TheEarspoon (dot) com or by searching up Billosophyvt on soundcloud (dot) com or through the soundcloud app. New episodes will be popping up weekly and don't forget to leave comments.


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The Billosophy podcast is live on the Earspoon

Jun 23, 2018

The inaugural Billosophy podcast is now live at www.theearspoon.com. William Forchion has ventured into the venue of podcasting with his Billosophy podcast. Episode 1 is "Trailblazing" a trip into the thinking of trailblazers and innovators. The podcast can also be found on the soundcloud app. New episodes will be uploaded regularly. click HERE to listen now.


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A poem a day

Jun 13, 2018

A poem a day continues. Get your daily dose of Billosophy on Twitter and Facebook as William Forchion is posting a poem a day (at least) on Twitter @actorbat, The twitter feed is also posted on facebook if you don't tweet. A poem a day is a continuation of a writing project begun in April during National Poetry Month. William will continue writing a poem a day (at least) until the spirit moves him to stop and start something else.


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Springtime Soulsong

Apr 16, 2018

Springtime Soulsong
Enjoy an evening of readings, storytelling and music with William Forchion and Kali Quinn at The Clark Street Center for Culture, Politics and Art 89 Clark Street, Brattleboro, VT on Thursday April 19, at 7:00 pm. William will be reading from Sacred & Sacrosanct: a collection of poems, his most recent book. Kali will share stories from her book Compassionate Creativity. Admission is by donation. call 802-254-8513 for more info.


William Forchion featured in PoemCity Festival

Apr 1, 2018

William Forchion's poem "Wind" will be featured in Montpelier, VT's PoemCity Festival. The festival features the works of Vermont poets on display throughout the capital. "Wind" will be on display in the Kellog - Hubbard Library. The festival runs for the month of April in celebration of  national poetry month. For more information check out: http://www.kellogghubbard.org/poemcity-2018


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