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Eric Jerome Dickey

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Eric Jerome Dickey

Let's Discuss Books

I want to talk about my favorite Author and want to share with you all about how enjoy his books.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/booksandwine/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/booksandwine/support


11 Jul 2021

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Eric Jerome Dickey & Essence Atkins

Verbal Xchange

Pure.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


22 Feb 2021

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Lovers and Friends by Eric Jerome Dickey

It Was All A Read

Another throwback coming at ya! Eric Jerome Dickey was one of the biggest authors that we remember growing up. He portrays black people in a dignified way, while making you learn something about yourself in the process. Friends and Lovers is a relatable relationship book. I promise you will see some part of you through these characters. If you read it while you were young give it a try again with us now! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 34mins

17 Feb 2021

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50. Remembering Eric Jerome Dickey

The Writers’ Block

Earlier this month, Eric Jerome Dickey New York Times bestselling author passed away at age 59. He leaves behind a wife the Legion of fans and numerous books! This show is dedicated to him and thank him for elevating black fiction is only a black man can. Rest in Words and Power, Eric Jerome Dickey.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onthewritersblock/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onthewritersblock/support


16 Jan 2021

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Diamonds After Dark - Tribute to Eric Jerome Dickey & Siege on the Capitol

Diamonds After Dark

The Diamonds dive deep in the devastating events that took place this month. First, they pay tribute to the loss of a literary icon, #EricJeromeDickey, and then they give their take on rioters who stormed the nation’s Capitol building. Sponsorship: anchor.fm/author-untamed Follow us: @diamondsafter on Twitter and Diamonds After Dark on Facebook. Hosts: @authoruntamed on all social media & Clubhouse @timelesseverything on IG and @4evertimelessv on Twitter Donation: $UP2016 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/diamondsafterdark/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/diamondsafterdark/support

1hr 19mins

15 Jan 2021

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Eric Jerome Dickey..

Moments With MsJaye (Podcast)

R.I.P. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app


5 Jan 2021

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New York Times Beat Selling Author, Eric Jerome Dickey Has Passed Away at 59.

Her Words Her Truth Podcast

Eric Jerome Dickey has passed away--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/herwordshertruth/support


5 Jan 2021

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Ep. 149 - Pleasure by Eric Jerome Dickey

Heaving Bosoms: A Romance Novel Podcast

Hey HBs! We've got Pleasure by Eric Jerome Dickey for you. We have to be honest, this re-defines the term "hate episode." This is an erotica novel from the first person perspective of a woman, written by man. You wanted #intellectualismin2020 and HERE IT IS. We are cognizant that, as two white women, we likely aren't the audience Eric Jerome Dickey was writing for. We had beta listeners give us feedback on this episode because we are sure we have blind spots to some themes in the book, but ultimately came to the conclusion that we should still publish the episode. If you loved this book or love this author, consider skipping this. We don't hold back on how much we disliked this novel.  The content contains a ton of potential triggers, all of which we discuss and read excerpts of. Here are some of the main CW's to look out for:  36:33-38:08 - Pedophilia, rape, and incest, as Melody discusses themes in Anais Nin's Delta of Venus, which we believe heavily influenced this work.  50:41-52:09 - Melody recaps a sexual assault described in the book. 1:38:15-1:39:22 - Erin reads an excerpt that includes graphic images of slavery and discusses how reading it impacted her.  Other content warnings which are woven through the discussion: homophobia, sexual violence, domestic violence, cavalier mentions of police brutality, incest, slut shaming, poverty shaming, sex work shaming, fat shaming, and one incident of Holocaust imagery. There's one section where Erin talks about the Main Character's disdain for anyone who doesn't use proper grammar. While our discussion chalks it up to classism and linguistic discrimination, one of our beta listeners, Ashley, mentioned that respectability politics is likely also a big factor.  Bonus Content: Melody is sorry, the recent earthquake in CA was triggered by her flipping every table in the universe with her psychic rage, a mini history lesson on Anais Nin, linguistic discrimination and gatekeeping, nipple seeds and penis blooms, boob licks and lady friendship, a rant about Simone De Beauvoir, lots of ranting about gender essentialism, cholocate starfishes,  angels ejaculating all over the earth, *Bing Boong Bong* Bear Safety with Erin, Erin's latest hard limit: sex that inconveniences the elderly, and SO. MUCH. MORE. One important correction: the passage Erin reads that we say is a description of an orgasm is, in fact, a description of a thunderstorm. "In a daze, somewhere between sleep and consciousness, I became a voyeur, watching, imagining all the angels having simultaneous orgasms. Nonstop sonic booms created endless chills. Explosions rang out like orgasmic echoes. I was afraid of thunder, but it didn't scare me this time." And "The skies exploded. The reverberations of the naughty angels achieving simultaneous pleasures." In other words, it's EVEN GROSSER THAN WE THOUGHT. THUNDER IS ORGASM NOISES AND RAIN IS ANGEL EJACULATE AND ERIN IS FOREVER TRAUMATIZED. Also, this no longer contradicts Melody's assertion that most/all sexy and orgasmic imagery is negative, which is really the most important thing (HAH!). Lady Loves:  Melody: Never Have I Ever on Netflix!! Mindy Kaling slayed once again with this heart felt, coming of age, sneaky romance!  Erin: The Vampire Diaries? Somehow she didn't watch it until now!  For tons of bonus content, shout outs, and gifts, check out our PATREON! Subscribe! Rate! Review!  Merch: Redbubble And follow our socials:  Instagram: @heavingbosoms Twitter: @heaving_bosoms Facebook

2hr 45mins

10 Aug 2020

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Episode 9. Tikka Chance On Me by Suleikha Synder & Harlem by Eric Jerome Dickey

Brazen Babe Reviews Podcast

Happy New Year Babes! I’m recapping Suleikha Synder's and Eric Jerome Dickey's latest novellas respectively.   Brazen Babe Reviews is sponsored by Flipboard (https://flipboard.com/) and Anchor Podcast (https://anchor.fm/) Website: www.brazenbabereviews.com/p/podcast.html --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brazenbaberviews/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brazenbaberviews/support


3 Jan 2019

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Author2Author with Eric Jerome Dickey


Bill welcomes bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey to the show. Dickey's novels, Chasing Destiny, Liar's Game, Between Lovers, Thieves' Paradise, The Other Woman, Drive Me Crazy, Genevieve, Naughty or Nice, Sleeping with Strangers, Waking with Enemies, and Pleasure have all earned him a spot on The New York Times bestseller list. Liar's Game, Thieves' Paradise, The Other Woman, and Genevieve have also given Dickey the added distinction of being nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the category of Outstanding Literary Work in 2001, 2002, 2004, and 2005. In 2008, Eric was nominated for Storyteller of the Year at the 1st annual ESSENCE Literary Awards. Dickey is also the author of a six issue miniseries of comic books for Marvel Enterprises featuring Storm (X-Men) and the Black Panther. We'll be discussing his latest book, Bad Men and Wicked Women.


22 May 2018