November 3rd, 2010
02:16 PM ET
"We're kind of in negotiations to try to do short pieces for their Web site or as [on-air] interstitials," said Wilson, whose SoulPancake promotes creativity and conversations about both life and spirituality.
Or, as the site puts it, it's "a place to speak your mind, unload your questions, and figure out what it means to be human."
E! reports that Winfrey first met Wilson in 2009 when she interviewed him for her radio show and asked about his belief in the Baha'i faith.
As for his possible collaboration with Winfrey, Wilson said, "I think it will be a good match."
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