Monday, September 1, 2008

Meet Pat G'orge Walker

Pat G'Orge Walker--Christian ComedyTitles: Cruisin' On Desperation and Somewhat Saved

Pat G'Orge-Walker (pronounced Gee-or-jay) is in a league of her own. This accomplished Christian author and comedienne has an amazing mind and talent for turning her observations of church and black church life, in particular, into gems of sidesplitting humor. It is her own special gift from God that enables G'Orge-Walker to depict the often ridiculous antics of church folk. She does it without subverting the Good News or watering down the potency of its message. Pat G'Orge-Walker has led a colorful life professionally, to say the least. She is a former music industry veteran who has worked for several major labels including Epic, Def Jam and Columbia. She cut her chops as a singer by performing with the legendary 60s girl group, Arlene Smith and the Chantels (Maybe) as well as with the gospel groups The Spiritualettes and The Heavenly Two. And she has written as well as acted in stage presentations.

You can learn more about Pat this Saturday as she is interviewed on Worth More Than Rubies Radio 3:00pm CST 646-595-3716 or

Want to correspond with Pat directly? Join her here September 10th-12th as guest blogger for Worth More Than Rubies.

You can also catch Pat on her remaining tour stops.

Guest Blogging: Writing Articles, Essays or Poems; Commenting to Others

Shelia Goss Blog September 4 only
SORMAG (Shades of Romance) September 11 only
Savvy Sista’s Blog September 1-6
Tamara Grant’s Blog September 2-6
Min. Celeste Kelly’s Blog September 7-9
Sable Reviews September 8-13
BAN eMagazine Blog September 10-12
Authors Supporting Authors (ASA) September 15-20
Congressional Black Caucus Authors Pavilion September 27

Internet Radio Interviews and Internet Magazine Features

AAMBC Radio Show Interview, September 5, 7:00pm CST
Black Authors Network Radio Interview, September 19, 8-10pm EST
Black Spotlight eMagazine Feature, September 15-26
Black in America Blog Feature September 15-26

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