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Ernest Dempsey

Ernest Dempsey is a graduate in geology and English Literature.

Ernest is a freelance writer, editor, and blogger based in Oregon, US. He has published five books and is working on his next book along with a documentary film.

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Marriage & Family Therapist Holli Kenley Launches 'Another Way Wednesday' Podcast for Parents and Teens
Marriage and family therapist, Holli Kenley launches a podcast for parents and teens expanding on her educational novel empowering teens to make choices.
07:10 Sep 18, 2015 PST
Two Children Killed by Measles Vaccine in Kenya, Media Silent
Two Kenyan children in Kenya died after their measles shots, but world media has largely remained quiet about the tragedy, as is often the case with vaccines.
20:40 Sep 12, 2015 PST
Media Misleads Public on Vaccine-Derived Polio in Ukraine and Mali
In countries where polio vaccine caused thousands of cases of child paralysis, mainstream media never ask about justice for those paralyzed by the vaccine.
17:16 Sep 11, 2015 PST
Wet Silence: Poetry Drawing Attention to Social Injustice Against Hindu Widows
Sweta Srivastava Vikram publishes her new poetry book Wet Silence: Poems about Hindu Widows, raising concern about the treatment of widowed women by society.
17:50 Aug 15, 2015 PST
Animal Advocates Protest Needless Killing of Dogs at Gaston County Animal Control
People all over the US are protesting the needless killing of dogs at the Gaston County Animal Control in Dallas, NC, with anger directed at a veterinarian.
16:04 May 9, 2015 PST
Billy Had To Move - Children's Book Review
Ernest Dempsey reviews a children's book. The unusual subject matter is grief management for kids. A child reacts differently to death than adults.
15:38 Jun 21, 2014 PST
Soul Clothes: A Conversation with Regina D. Jemison
The pages of Regina D. Jemison's poetry are so infused with the spirit of personal empowerment and cultural consciousness that I wanted to learn from the author about the context of these poems.
05:46 Jun 3, 2014 PST
Cyber Bullying and Blogosphere: Interview with Holli Kenley
Ernest Dempsey interviews author and cyber bullying recovery expert Holli Kenley about the role of blogging in hurting or healing people who use social media
15:19 May 18, 2014 PST
Reena's Bollywood Dream Book Review
Also, Reena's story shows that one doesn't have to give up on one's dreams because of a bad experience.
10:49 Sep 15, 2013 PST
DiTzabled Princess: A Comical Diary Inspired by Real Life
Ernest Dempsey reviews DiTzabled Princess, in which Jewel Kats portrays the essence of her life's pleasures in a series of comic strips.
18:21 Aug 10, 2013 PST
Jewel Kats Brings Together The Gift of Imagination and The Spirit of Healing
Jewel Kats, the 34-year-old Diva in a wheelchair inspired many in an appearance on WKBW-TV in Buffalo, New York for a book signing event at the Museum of DisABILITY History in Buffalo.
07:35 Jul 24, 2013 PST
Eyes Behind the Eyes - Ernest Dempsey's Interview with Chase Twichell
The following conversation was sparked by famous American poet Chase Twichell's essay 'Eyes Behind the Eyes' published in the book Writers on the Edge (Modern History Press, 2012).
10:45 Jul 15, 2013 PST
Girl in Translation Book Review
Making an attention-grabbing debut in the world of fiction, Jean Kwok takes her readers inside the journey of cultural adjustments shown through the eyes of a young Chinese immigrant in New York.
14:38 Apr 21, 2013 PST
6000 Sign Petition To Dethrone Miss Universe Canada 2012 Over Pit Bulls
A petition launched against Miss Universe Canada 2012 has received over 6000 signatures.
09:17 Sep 14, 2012 PST
Donald Bodey's War Novel F.N.G
The book depicts the psychological impact of traumatic war experiences on a young soldier, or F.N.G-the military slang for 'Fucking New Guy'.
13:55 Jan 1, 2012 PST
Save Stray Dogs in Brazil: Up Close And Personal with Janice Cabral
Dogs in Brazil actually started in September 2002 when we rescued our first street dog after having arrived in Brazil in November 2001.
11:09 Dec 31, 2011 PST
Author Hugh Fox Battles for Life in Hospice Facility
One of the founders of the Pushcart Prize in literature, Hugh has been battling prostate cancer and it kept spreading up his body. He had to go frequently to local hospitals to get his essential medical treatment and in one of his emails, he wrote t
05:17 Sep 5, 2011 PST
Angry Muslims Attack Christian School and Church in Gujranwala
Persecution of Christians in Pakistan has lately attracted international attention, especially after the conviction of Asia Bibi who was sentenced to death by a court in November 2010 over allegations of blasphemy.
10:46 May 1, 2011 PST
Why Banks Distrust Students?
For several years, there is another trend growing in the country, i.e. bank officers having their own money offer to transfer the money to an account in the name of the student for a month or two, that is until the student's visa is issued,
08:48 Apr 4, 2011 PST
Hollywood Legend Elizabeth Taylor Passes Away at 79
Hollywood's legendary beauty Elizabeth Taylor has passed away today at age 79 in Los Angeles. Taylor was suffering from heart disease and had a cardiac arrest at the Cedars-Sinai medical centre at about 1:30 pm, Los Angeles time.
09:31 Mar 23, 2011 PST
Pakistan Court Acquits Raymond Davis After a Dramatic Pardon
The BBC report tells that the blood money accepted by the bereaved families is some 2.4 million UD dollars. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, however, has denied that the US government paid any blood money.
11:15 Mar 17, 2011 PST
Ernest Dempsey Interviews Sanwali Sharma About Blogging in India
Technology is ever changing that is what makes it so interesting. It has become an integral part of every individual's life in the new age.
18:41 Mar 10, 2011 PST
Ernest Dempsey Interviews Philip Scott Wikel, Author of Ticket to Ride
Philip, your book is really exciting and I'd first like to ask about the travel element that is central to its story. How does it relate to your own travels?
18:10 Mar 8, 2011 PST
Omm: A Collection of Plays and Monologues
As a literary form, plays have long enjoyed the supremacy of the uniqueness in which they combine the artistic, literary, and visual elements of creative expression for portraying the human condition.
17:44 Mar 4, 2011 PST
Success Breeds Success: Radio Personality Judyth Piazza to Release First Book
Judyth Piazza, whose popular online radio show The American Perspective is enjoyed by thousands of people around the world, has put together select interviews from her show's archives and is publishing these along with her success story.
08:30 Feb 26, 2011 PST
Ernest Dempsey Interviews George Doherty, Crisis In The American Heartland
His upcoming book called Crisis In The American Heartland: Disasters & Mental Health In Rural Environments (Loving Healing Press 2011) is about services in rural areas after a disaster, to ensure early recovery and prevention of aggravation of psych
05:04 Feb 24, 2011 PST
Von Chase Publishing to Release Judyth Piazza's First Book This Year
Judyth Piazza is currently the CEO and managing editor of, which started as an essentially The Student Operated Press, publishing news, views, articles, reviews, interviews, and a wide range of articles from writers around the world.
06:55 Feb 19, 2011 PST
Renovating Religion - Islam and the Quest for West's Acceptance
The 'war on terror' and its association with Islam have shaken the world out of a long-lasting 'cold' and suppressed (often pretentious) tolerance toward the militant side of religion - in the recent case, Islam.
11:33 Dec 23, 2010 PST
'Teaching Foreign Languages in America' with Leonore Dvorkin
Denver-based author, fitness trainer, editor, proofreader, and language teacher Lenore Dvorkin symbolizes feminine strength and health in its essential definition of body, mind, and spirit.
10:42 Dec 9, 2010 PST
First Quadruped Man Lived a Hundred Years Ago in Turkey
Published on Web Central along with Dr. Burak Koroglu, the case report refers to the photograph, captured by British traveler W. J. Childs, of a quadruped man near the middle Black Sea coast in 1914.
06:03 Oct 28, 2010 PST
Celebrity Chat: An Interview with Linda Purl
Over the decades, she has claimed prominence in both acting and singing. Today, she is lovingly going about both art forms and adding to her Facebook fans. Following is my brief e-conversation with Linda.
13:11 Oct 16, 2010 PST
Janet Riehl Announces the Second Mile Award
The deadline for nomination essays is November 9, 2010. The Second Mile Award honors Elders 75 years and older whose dignity, character, creativity, and connection to community have quietly contributed to the world around them.
13:38 Oct 15, 2010 PST
Ernest Dempsey Interviews Sister Mary Elizabeth About 'AIDS Orphans Rising'
Sister Mary Beth published a book AIDS Orphans Rising (Loving Healing Press, 2007) that tells about the situation of AIDS orphans in Africa and what her charity is doing to help and empower these children.
15:07 Oct 6, 2010 PST
13-Year-Old Armond DeGasperis Tells about Child Abuse and Healing
Being abused by one's immediate family is a traumatic experience, sometimes leading to lifelong psychological issues. But some kids have a great healing potential and 13-year-old Armond DeGasperis is one of them.
16:51 Oct 5, 2010 PST
Returning to My Mother's House Book Review
The metaphor of house is not a new one. It has been extensively used in fiction, poetry, and non-fiction, usually to symbolize the human sense and need of belongingness.
15:45 Oct 2, 2010 PST
Book Review: Finding Frances
Frances Baldwin knows she is dying and is ready to go. The novel explores how difficult it is to die naturally in today's advanced medical-technological world, especially when family is against the idea.
16:31 Sep 13, 2010 PST
Interview with Dr. Uner Tan, The Artist Cum Scientist
Dr. Uner Tan of Cukurova University in Adana rose to international fame with his discovery of the Uner Tan Syndrome - the genetic condition found in some Turkish families wherein individuals exhibit quadrupedal motion since childhood.
17:29 Aug 21, 2010 PST
The Perfect Formula Diet
Reading Janice Stanger's book The Perfect Formula Diet (Perfect Planet Solutions, 2009) once again affirmed the common false beliefs we follow in our daily lives.
12:54 May 9, 2010 PST
Joseph Matthew Nespoli Tells about Broken
Joseph Matthew Nespoli is the author of the recent novel Broken (World Audience Publishers, New York, 2010), a book that tells the stories of several characters with broken lives.
18:38 Mar 6, 2010 PST
Loving Healing Press Achieves Lightning Source Digital Certification
Loving Healing Press announces Digital Certification from Lightning Source Inc. This special distinction is awarded to 'high volume publishers' who meet the stringent LSI quality control specifications.
13:54 Feb 13, 2010 PST
Cats Creep the Fire to Art Book Review
Ward's mode remains nearly the same throughout the six sections of the book, having a feel of a kind of detachment and distance from the scenes or situations in the poems.
14:41 Dec 27, 2009 PST
Zone Tennis Book Review
The first part of the book, telling about inner mental game, concerns psychological aspects like motivation, confidence, relaxation, thinking, emotional states, optimism, and even less thought-of factors like 'wonderful dreaming'.
04:44 Dec 13, 2009 PST
New Author Portrays What Make Dogs Happy
New author Jennifer Nicole Cox and new illustrator Juston Harrison recently published 500 Things That Make Dogs Happy with Mountainland Publishing, Inc. of Ogden, Utah.
06:19 Dec 6, 2009 PST
And now We Can Eat Cotton!
Ordinarily grown cotton plants have the toxin Gossypol which keeps them from being eaten safely by humans since the toxin damages human liver and heart, though cattle can and do eat it and digest it safely.
05:58 Dec 2, 2009 PST
Mom's Sensational Journey With Sensory Processing Disorder
'Chynna's memoir is sure to encourage other parents to advocate with the same determination for their sensational children.'
06:07 Nov 28, 2009 PST
The Meaning of Life Book Review
Here is a book that has taken a grand question and makes sure to possess the attention of its readers for a topic that has been central to humanity for ages - the meaning of life.
10:33 Sep 30, 2009 PST
How to Write a Suicide Note
Lee's remarks and questions about the experience of a Black-Chinese woman, impelled into following the white American values and lifestyle, come in a poignant tone.
13:08 Jun 17, 2009 PST
The Truth and Myth about Ghosts: Book Review
The mythical part of ghosts and haunting relates such concepts as demonic possession, exorcism (especially the traditional ritualistic form), regression to previous life...
05:35 Jun 8, 2009 PST
Edwardes College Peshawar Reckons Court Decision as Incorrect
The Edwardes College Peshawar, one of the most reputed colleges in the NWFP province, met an unexpected setback as a civil court decided against the college administration in the case of a student's admission controversy.
18:05 Mar 14, 2009 PST
Show Me: Marketing with Video on the Internet
Online marketing is becoming an integral component, many a time the leading one, of an effective marketing plan in our age of cyber technology.
03:58 Nov 12, 2008 PST
The Last Cowgirl Book Review
The language is fresh; the conversations are engaging; and all the main characters are memorably created. In a sense, The Last Cowgirl is a book of heroes chosen from apparently common people.
11:59 Oct 17, 2008 PST
The Ostrich Wakes: Struggles for Change in Highland Kenya Book Review
The Ostrich Wakes is Jean's first-person account of her latest return to the Kenyan highland, inspired by the feeling of 'Africa... calling me back'.
08:32 Sep 25, 2008 PST
DNA: The New Taxonomic Platform
The science of paleontology and evolutionary biology is witnessing a new turn in the course of its understanding through discoveries on a microscopic level.
14:32 Sep 21, 2008 PST
Book Review: Diary of a Bad Year
The fiction story runs parallel on the same pages but is told in two first-person voices: an aging writer, who bonds subtly with his newly hired young woman for typing his book; and the young woman...
05:55 Aug 31, 2008 PST
FYI: Pakistan's Emerging General Interest Magazine
The general educated reader in Pakistan has every reason to cheer up as a new magazine, entitled FYI, has emerged on the horizon of quality publications in the country.
15:59 Aug 26, 2008 PST
The Genie in Your Genes
The pages of the book are filled with some of the most amazing findings on genes and illnesses, and their connection with the flow of electromagnetic energy in the body.
15:38 Jul 18, 2008 PST
The Slippery Art of Book Reviewing
Writing book reviews, whether professional or amateur, is a slippery art due to a number of influences and pitfalls that are lurking in the path of a reviewer.
09:33 Jul 2, 2008 PST
Book Review:The Human Antenna
Most attempts of finding a scientific basis for explaining the survival of consciousness beyond the physical body have met failure.
08:41 Jun 24, 2008 PST
Humanizing Madness Review
This approach has won much scientific admiration over several decades and has become a self-made rule in psychiatry dealing with 'abnormal' behavior.
13:41 Jun 17, 2008 PST
Book Review: AIDS Orphans Rising
The threat is global, though the situation is particularly serious in African countries, especially South Africa, Ethiopia, and Zambia.
05:30 Jun 11, 2008 PST
Tonya Harding's Story Revealed in The Tonya Tapes
The story of Tonya's scandal dates back to January 1994, when U.S. national champion figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked by a man who clubbed her in the knee and ran away.
08:07 May 18, 2008 PST
And Other Stories: A Fresh and Unique Literary of Short Stories
Putting together a collection of fresh and unique literary short stories is not so common a publishing venture in our genre-dominated times.
12:17 Oct 28, 2007 PST
Anti-Birth Mania in Writing
Perhaps, the anti-birth and pro-retreat mania in writing may be called a cowardly negation of reality and an irrational expression of escapism.
01:54 Oct 22, 2007 PST
An Interview with Magdalena Ball, Author of Sleep Before Evening
Like the way a young child might walk around singing. I tended to always have a notebook and pen with me and was constantly working on something or another.
09:32 Oct 17, 2007 PST
Is a Parenting Product Negating Gender Stereotypes?
Over the centuries, educational progress and social struggle has reduced the gender roles of men and women in many parts of the world.
14:10 Oct 9, 2007 PST
Heart Disease: What Your Doctor Won't Tell You Book Review
Heart Disease: What Your Doctor Won't Tell You is a great challenge to the claims and practices of mainstream medical science.
05:43 Sep 15, 2007 PST

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