I use a project-based hands-on strategy, where we build the concept of your podcast through your interests, experience, and marketing needs. If you already started on an idea but need to focus on the production aspect, I can focus on the editing aspect, releasing, graphics and marketing. On a case by case scenario, my idea is to help you get the most out of podcasting.
I'm an author and cultural organizer with a background in media & film and a passion for podcasting, interviewing, and promoting artists through published print and digital content. I also serve as a media consultant for various Danish and international companies and have helped produce podcasts in science and culture. I am the host of Red Transmissions Podcast, which you can find on most podcast providers.
I have a portable podcast studio and graphic / audio programs we can use from my own equipment. I can come to you or we can meet at my studio in Nørrebro. I am also happy to meet with you remotely through online sessions instead.
Elizabeth Torres (Madam Neverstop) 1987. Colombian/American poet, translator and multimedia artist.
Her work intertwines poetry, visuals and soundscapes with language and performance, combining visions and concepts across various art forms and media.
Elizabeth is the author of over 20 books of poetry published in Spanish, English, Danish and German, and her poetry has also been included in anthologies and literary journals around the planet. She is the host of the Red Transmissions Podcast, and the initiator of the international audio collection Poetic Phonotheque, as well as an cultural organizer in the Nordic regions.
Elizabeth’s path as a poet began at an early age, moved to write by the social conflict of her native country, publishing her first books as a child and receiving a national poetry award for Best Book of Poetry of the Year by the Colombian Book Chamber at the age of 8.
Soon after, Elizabeth moved to the United States, where she studied Media & Film and Fine Arts at Kean University, and expanded her career to speaking engagements using her story as inspiration of students and young people across the US and Canada.
Elizabeth now resides in Copenhagen, Denmark, where she directs Red Door Magazine since 2009 (founded in NY), and a gallery under the same name. She is also host of the art, society & culture podcast Red Transmissions (currently on Apple's Noteworthy podcasts list) and the initiator of the international poetry audio collection the Poetic Phonotheque. She is also project coordinator for other initiatives in Europe and abroad. Elizabeth is member of the PEN Danish Chapter and the American Literary Translators Association.
Elizabeth is a frequent speaker at universities, poetry and cultural festivals and other events across Europe, Latin America and the US, having traveled to over 30 countries with her work. Her most recent work is the English/German poetry book “The Ways of the Firefly” translated by Klaudia Ruschowsky and published by Moloko plus, 2020, and a compilation of poetry in Danish/Spanish titled “La Herida Invisible / Det usynlige sår” translated by Malene Boeck Thorborg and published in Denmark by Det Poetiske Bureaus Forlag in 2019.
Coming soon, her book “Would you like to come home?” translated to German by Klaudia Ruschkowski and published by Moloko Print, 2020.
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