Editor-in-Chief, Carpe Articulum Literary Review
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Editor-in-Chief of the prestigious Carpe Articulum Literary Review: Journal of the Stars. The magazine is an international perfect bound collectible, delivered to over 47 countries and is translated into four languages. It is a cross-genre, full colour, review, hosting Fiction, Non-Fiction, Poetry, Photography, Screenwriting, Articles, Interviews and Novellas to promote emergent voices whom might never have otherwise been heard. It also features one or two celebrities every single quarter in an exclusive interview about the industry changes, their lives, literary and industry insights. This also brings instant prominence and recognition to emergent writers, plucking them out of obscurity and bringing them immediately into the spotlight. Carpe Articulum is the only literary journal in the world to accomplish all of these things. It also engages global conversations and concerns about environmental issues, believing that raising awareness on subjects outside of the agendized mainstream media, but of global concern, should not be avoided in the literary arts.
Published, Cited and Lauded by Dartmouth College, founded 1769 for her writing/interview with Harrison and Herbert F. Solow in Carpe Articulum Literary Review
Founder, Carpe Articulum Foundation
Accomplished Interviewer to the Stars:
Jeff Goldblum, Lord (Charles) Spencer, Ninth Earl Spencer (brother to the late Princess Diana) Jodi Picoult, (My Sister’s Keeper, Nineteen Minutes, House Rules, etc.) Mark Victor Hansen (World Best Selling Auther, 157 Million Books Sold, Chicken Soup for the Soul Series, etc.) Nicholas Sparks (Message in a Bottle, The Notebook, The Last Song etc.) Herbert F. Solow (Ex Head of Hollywood MGM Studios, Desilu, Paramount Studios, Producer Star Trek, Etc.) Barbara Ehrenreich (Nickle and Dimed, Bright Sided, etc.) Chitra Divakaruni (Author, human rights activist and movie inspiration: Mistress of Spices, Sister of My Heart, Palace of Illusions, Arranged Marriage, The Vine of Desire, The Conch Bearer, etc). Also a special interview with Ray Harryhausen, father of modern filmmaking special effects is featured, along with commentary from Ray Bradbury and George Lucas. And many more…
Founder, City Of Asylum, Refugee Writer Project, Portland Chapter This program takes in Refugee writers from closed communities around the world like Burma (Myanmar) Tibet, etc. These writers have been beaten, imprisoned (some on death row) tortured, etc. for having spoken out against human rights violations in their respective former countries. The program provides them with a living stipend of 30K per year two years, free housing for two years and their first publishing as well as medical care. This is an outstanding program which represents vitally needed voices from around the world.
Editor-in-Chief of Crossroads Literary Review founded by HBU for two years, simultaneously while serving s Editor-in-Chief of Carpe Articulum Literary Review. She has served as Editor-in-Chief of Carpe Articulum Literary Review for over seven years.
Danny Lee Lawrence Award, Winner two years running First and Second Prize, Poetry, Fiction Genres
Global Public Speaker/Educator on subjects of Writing, Publishing, Resources for Writers, Finding One’s Literary Voice and Judging Literary Work, Getting One’s Work Read, Contractual Agreements, What to Expect in Publishing, etc.
World Travel: Visiting as many as five countries per year and dozens of states in the US for Speaking Engagements, Promotional Tours for Carpe Articulum Literary Review, Literary Events and Conventions
Educator: New Educational DVD to be released this year with colleague Dr. James Ulmer, Professor of English and Dept. Head, Creative Writing at Houston Baptist University Program. The series covers issues such as Transforming Narrative Into Story, Advanced inner workings of Point of View, Pace, Tone, Setting and Hooks.
Unanimously voted “Writer of the Year Award” by HBU
Annual Poetry Competition Judge for the International Carpe Verbum Poetry Competition (and other competitions upon request)
Proud AHC Member, actively involved in international community/corporate communications. The work centers around environmental concerns for a sustainable global future.
Proud AWP and CLMP (Council of Literary Magazines and Presses, Member/affiliate
Author, dozens of articles, published world wide on dozens of occasions, New book to be released this year: House of Broken Glass, a collection of short stories and novellas and That Which is Inherited an historical fiction novel taking place in 1890 London.
Currently Nominated for the Pushcart Prize for her short fiction piece, Ritni, a native Saami Indian bildungsroman (historical)
Cambridge Who’s Who Member of Note
Editor of at least five books distributed internationally, ghost writer
Liaison between writers and agents and filmmakers
Hadassah R. L. Broscova has BAs in Creative Writing, World Literature, and minor degrees in Languages, and Religion. Post graduate work toward her PhD in Creative Writing/English has begun and her dissertation is already completed. She also taught Creative Writing to Seniors at Emery Wiener High School
See favourite authors
House of Broken Glass, Collection of Short Fiction by H.R. L. Broscova
Magazine agents only at this time (Disticor, Mark Peterson)
Carpe Articulum, LLC
Writing. Doing anything with my two beautiful girls. Horseback riding (side saddle), Reading, Drinking Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Champagne, Keeping up my foreign languages, giving writing lessons/feedback with students, Eating unbelievable foods worth writing about, and taking are of, studying, and painting my many exotic birds. Read. Read. Read.
National Audubon Society, Hadassah Int'l, and St. Jude's Children Research Hospital
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