Susan Klopfer, the author of several books, including the civil rights non-fiction book "Who Killed Emmett Till?", will be interviewed on Thursday, Feb. 18 on “Tanner & Moore” which airs from 7-8 p.m. on KRUU-LP (100.1 on the FM dial). Ms. Klopfer is an award-winning journalist and former Prentice Hall editor.
You'll find New York singer-songwriter and multi-intrumentalist Bess Rogers' name on a lot of projects these days. Whether it's for touring, backup, podcasting, YouTube shorts or television performances, her talents are in high demand! Bess' Travel Back EP takes the listener on a trip through a rich, varied aural landscape. In less than 20 minutes you can go from rip-roarin', foot-stompin', hand-clappin' rockers to stripped down, bittersweet, vocal showcasers and back again. I have a feeling Bess' name is going to keep popping up a lot more for years to come, I don't see how anything could hold her down!
Our guest this week on Writers' Voices is Jill Esbaum, award winning picture book author and instructor for the Institute of Children's Literature. She is also the Quad Cities Chair for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
Cheryl Johnson will be guest co-hosting the show and speaking during the last portion of the show about the upcoming Iowa Summer Writing Festival. Now is the time to start registering for workshops, and Cheryl has the inside scoop!