To check out the Flight of the Silver Skylark podcast on Spotify, as imported from Anchor FM, PLEASE CLICK HERE. The podcast is very much a work in progress. That means the words you hear are those of Aberjhani but the voice is graciously provided by Anchor FM. As might be expected, a few mispronunciations do occur, including a certain name, which should be pronounced: Ah-BEAR-zhah-nee. This, however, is a good start toward making good a promise.
The growing catalog of nonfiction books, fictional stories, articles, poems, quote collections, essays, memoir, and artwork with art commentaries make Bright Skylark Literary Productions one of the better resources to which a podcaster or film production team might hope to gain access for an abundance of original high-quality source materials. Outfits like Universal Content Productions, owned by NBCUniversal, have already demonstrated the advantages of adapting such creative intellectual properties to the audio format and Hollywood has also taken notice of its many benefits to the film industry.
Bright Skylark may prove particularly appealing to outlets focusing on storytelling, discussions of social justice issues, poetry, leadership strategies, spiritual philosophies, and ethical considerations. The same holds true for the film side of the media house. Simply put: such materials build audiences, engage them in continuous relationships, and expand opportunities for increasing revenue across multiple media platforms. It's easy enough to see how the award-winning materials showcased at Bright Skylark, and often featured on partner websites, can benefit podcast and film producers hoping to connect with diverse audiences. But those unfamiliar with the extensive catalog might find the following lists of sample sources and links useful. Just as important as the titles already completed (if not more so) are those texts currently undergoing the fine-tuning process of editorial revision.
Parties interested in contracting for use of materials are invited to submit proposals and requests via the site's contact page or the form at the bottom of this page. Works designed for stage production have been omitted from this sample list pending further development. You are encourage to use the site search box to track down additional information.
Greeting Flannery O'Connor at the Back Door of Mind (in final stages of editorial revisions)
ARTICLE SERIES & Topics (previously published by AXS)
7 Ways to Help Replace Legislated Fear with Informed Compassion
Celebrating Jazz Appreciation Month
Celebrating National Poetry Month
Celebrating Black History Month
Celebrating Women's History Month
The Harlem Renaissance Dialogs
Literary Legacy of Flannery O'Connor
Michael Jackson Life & Career
Mothers, Daughters, and Slavery Make Disturbing Holiday News
Report on Historic 2011 “International Year for People of African Descent”
Stories on Savannah, Georgia
Why Race Mattered in the Re-Election of Barack Obama
TEXT & MEANING ESSAY COLLECTION
Putting Text and Meaning to the Guerrilla Decontextualization Test Text and Meaning in Martin Luther King Jr.'s I Have a Dream Speech Text and Meaning in the life of Nelson Mandela Text and Meaning in Claude McKay’s poem ‘If We Must Die’” Text and Meaning in The 1965 Voting Rights Act Text and Meaning in Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance Text and Meaning in Langston Hughes' The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain Text and Meaning in Albert Camus' The Myth of Sisyphus Text and Meaning in TJ Reddy’s One-Part Harmony Poems