In honor of the publication of "Dancing With Shadows and Other Stories", Writers' Voices will be rebroadcasting Monica & Caroline's interview with Iowa Wesleyan professor and author Olabisi Gwamna.
In this book, Bisi spins tales of her early life in Nigeria. Bisi now lives in Mt. Pleasant with her husband and four sons.
Fridays at 1pm right here on KRUU-FM.
[Rebroadcast Monday mornings at 8am.]
Former Fairfielder Meghan Dowd will join Monica and Caroline on Writers' Voices this Monday Jan 28 at 8 am. Meghan has been working in LA as a script coordinator and writing assistant for television shows such as Big Shots (currently on ABC), Reunion, Haunted and Laguna Beach: The Real OC. She's back in Fairfield on a break due to the writers' strike.
Tune in to hear Meghan decribe what she calls a "great job, we get to joke around all day and tell crazy stories, and eventually we have a workable storyline for an episode."
Author and executive coach Susan Wilson joins Monica and Caroline on Writers' Voices Friday Jan 18 at 1 pm and Monday Jan 21 at 8 am. Susan is CEO of Executive Strategies (www.execstrategies.com), working with high-performance companies and individuals. She is the author of "Gourmet Meetings on a Microwave Schedule," "Transformational Leadership," "Magnetic Leadership" and more. She also contributed to "Chicken Soup for the Woman's Soul" and "Intimate Moments with God." Susan uses her flair for storytelling to enhance her coaching work.
Plus, her coauthor on some of the books is Caroline's daughter-in-law, Deanne Herr.
Join us this week on Writers' Voices for another informative and entertaining interview.
Former Fairfielder James Tipton will be the featured guest on Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline this Friday at 1 pm (rebroadcast Monday at 8 am).
Tipton will discuss his recently published historical novel "Annette Vallon: A Novel of the French Revoluion," based on the life of William Wordsworth's French lover.
What about this woman, a footnote in literary history, inspired 15 years of research and writing?
Former Fairfielder Galen Saturley speaks with Writers' Voices host Monica Hadley about his offerings in Blue Tree Publishing's Portrait of a Restaurant series (www.thebluetree.com). These beautiful books break new ground by combining
art photography and recipes, focusing on the best restaurants in a specific town. Galen recently published Portrait of a Restaurant: Cambridge and is working on two more books in the series.
Writer's Voices airs Friday at 1 pm and is rebroadcast Monday morning at 8 am.
Founded by Muriel Nellis in 1981, Literary and Creative Artists is now one of the largest, most active literary agencies in the Washington DC area. With solid business relationships with all the major trade houses and their imprints, LCA currently represents over eighty writers. Their client list ranges from first-time authors to best-selling nonfiction and award-winning literary fiction writers. LCA specializes in creative extension of their authors' subjects --whether fiction or non-fiction,-- into any other appropriate cross-media opportunity to impress them onto the 'public mind'.
Gangaji is an American-born spiritual teacher dedicated to sharing the path of freedom through simple and direct self-inquiry, as taught by the legendary sage Sri Ramana Maharshi of India. In 1990, Gangaji (then Antoinette Roberson Varner) entered this lineage through Sri H.W.L. Poonjaji. Since that time,she has traveled the world, holding gatherings and retreats with spiritual seekers of all faiths.
Join Monica and Caroline on Writers' Voices this Monday at 8am for a live interview with Gangaji to celebrate the publication by Soundstrue.com of a collector's edition of You Are That, first shared more than a decade ago and now updated to include both original volumes, a new introduction, rare photographs, and new insights. This special edition delves into natural inquiries about our existence, including the nature of mind, how to expose the core of suffering, and how to overcome the last obstacle of self-doubt.
Tune in Friday at 1pm or Monday at 8 am as Monica and Caroline welcome another powerhouse of feminine wisdom to Writers' Voices.
For over 20 years, former Fairfield resident Meryl Runion has owned and operated a training and information service company. In addition to designing, marketing and presenting customized seminars, Meryl worked as an independent contractor for the World Plan Executive Council, presenting personal development training on their behalf. For eight years, Meryl contracted extensively for SkillPath Seminars, teaching management, communication, conflict management and personal development classes worldwide.
Meryl's clients have included IBM, Lockheed Martin, the FBI and Honeywell and she has provided close to a thousand workshops, keynotes and other presentations across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia.
Former Fairfielder Carol Kline, co-author of six Chicken Soup for the Soul books, joins Monica and Caroline on Writers' Voices this Friday at 1 pm and Monday at 8 am. Carol talks about the development of her career as a writer, why being a co-author is ideal for her, and how editing a collection of stories such as Chicken Soup differs from writing original material, as she did in her latest project. "Happy For No Reason" was co-authored with Marci Shimoff and set for release January 1, 2008.
Carol was a guest on Writers' Voices last December, shortly after the release of "You've Got to Read this Book," which she coauthored with Marci Shimoff, Jack Canfield and Gay Hendricks.
Women’s healthcare nurse practitioner Nancy Leigh Harless, of Wever, Iowa, has released “WOMANKIND: Connection & Wisdom Around the World,” a compilation of stories from real women across the world that Harless has encountered in her travels and experience as a women’s health nurse practitioner. From the Mayan mothers in the Belize rainforest to a race for the hospital with a laboring woman in the Kosovo countryside, the author tells the stories of the women she met, separated by land but united by the grace and strength of womankind.
Nancy will share her experiences as a writer and a nurse pracitioner on Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline this Friday, Nov 16 from 1 to 2 pm, to be rebroadcast Monday Nov 19 at 8 am.