Prose, Poetry and Purpose

A show about finding inspiration everywhere

March Twisdale

Prose, Poetry & Purpose will, for the first time, highlight a specific category of writers for all of 2021 and 2022.
I am jazzed and enthused to bring you a series of incredible interviews with currently publishing women authors of fiction! Fiction has a unique ability to change our hearts, and in so doing, change how we live and engage in the world. I invite you to join us, whether you are a writer, reader or casual listener cruising the airwaves. Whoever you are, this interview is for you, as fiction only works when characters, stakes, themes and plots reflect the human condition. Life is an opportunity. Make the most of it, and join my authors as they share what moves them forward, each and every day. Perspective, attitude, confidence, curiosity, passion and joy. It’s all here, or on my website, at


Makana’s music accompanies my interviews
Described as “dazzling” by the New York Times, Makana is an internationally acclaimed guitarist, singer, and composer who is widely known for lending his musical talent for social change. In 2011, at the apex of the “Occupy” movement, Makana’s song We Are the Many went viral on YouTube garnering more than half a million views and was coined the “Occupy Anthem” by Rolling Stone Magazine. On the global scene, Makana’s captivating and wide-ranging performance style has led him to share the stage with Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson, open for music legends Sting, Carlos Santana and Elvis Costello, and perform in venues ranging from Asian and European opera houses to The White House.