Marci Shimoff is a best selling author. Her most recent book HAPPY FOR NO REASON: 7 Steps to Being Happy from the Inside Out, soared to #1 on many national bestseller lists including Amazon and Barnes and Noble.com, and has debuted at #2 on The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.
Marci is the woman's face of the biggest self-help book phenomenon in history, Chicken Soup for the Soul. Her six bestselling titles in the series, including Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul and Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul, have met with stunning success, selling more than 13 million copies worldwide in 33 languages and have been on the New York Times bestseller list for a total of 108 weeks. Marci is one of the bestselling female nonfiction authors of all time. In addition, she is a featured teacher in the international film and book sensation, The Secret.
Though at times you may hear his ethereal jabbering wending its way through the microphone cords, his chosen earthly medium, and host of the show, is Fairfield poet Rustin Larson.
Irving, through Rustin, will be interviewing established and emerging poets and writers from the North American literary scene and hosting haunting literary performances from talent near and far.
Tune in this Sunday, April 20th to catch a brand new interview with renowned New Hampshire poet, W. E. Butts.
Pour the pancake batter, Maybelle! This one is gooood!
On Planet Erstwild, James interviews some amazing people:
2pm- Baton Rouge-based bluesman extraordinaire Larry Garner who plays the Morning Star Friday April 18.
A world-class talent and a world-class man, Garner discusses his recent European tour, his new release Here Today, Gone Tomorrow, a recent heart attack and his love for the cultural landscape in Fairfield.
Shanta Small, formerly of Fairfield, is currently the Associate Director of Publicity
and Marketing at Tarcher/Penguin, an imprint of Penguin Group USA, Inc.
She has worked with both adult and children's book authors, including
Judy Collins (The Seven T's), Julia Cameron (The Artist's Way), Martha
Frankel (Hats & Eyeglasses), Carl Hiaasen (Flush), Markus Zusak
(The Book Thief), and John Feinstein (Last Shot).