Archive of Writers' Voices

- Writers' Voices - 20080125 - Meghan Dowd

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- Writers' Voices - 20080118 - Susan Wilson

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- Writers' Voices - 20080118 - Susan Wilson

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Susan WilsonAuthor 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.

- Writers' Voices - 20080111 - James Tipton

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- Writers' Voices - 20080111 - James Tipton

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Author James TiptonFormer 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?

- Writers' Voices - 20080104 - Galen Saturley

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- Writers' Voices - 20080104 - Galen Saturley

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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

Portrait of a Restuarant

art photography and recipes, focusing on the best restaurants in a specific town. Galen recently published Portrait of a Restaurant: Cambridge and is Galen Saturleyworking on two more books in the series.

 

Writer's Voices airs Friday at 1pm and is rebroadcast Monday morning at 8 am.

- Writers' Voices - 20071228 - Maya Angelou Interview

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Maya Angelou

 

 

Poet, teacher and author Maya Angelou discusses her work with Monica and Caroline, as well as her support for presidential hopeful Senator Hillary Clinton.

 

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Maya Angelou

 

 

 
Poet, teacher and author Maya Angelou discusses her work with Monica, as well as her support of presidential hopeful Senator Hillary Clinton. Monica then discusses a number of presidential hopeful autobiographies with several local guests.

 

- Writers' Voices - 20071221 - Christmas Special

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Mother-daughter

 

Co-hosts Caroline Kilbourn and daughter Monica Hadley share some favorite Christmas stories.

 

- Writers' Voices - 20071214 - Muriel Nellis

59:53 minutes (54.83 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Literary and Creatie Artists

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'.

- Writers' Voices - 20071207 - Gangaji

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GangajiGangaji 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.

- Writers' Voices - 20071130 - Interview w/ Meryl Runion

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Meryl Runion 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.

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Womankind

 

Women’s healthcare nurse practitioner Nancy Leigh Harless, of Wever, Iowa, has written “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.

- Writers' Voices - 20071110 - Jennifer Hawthorne

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Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline continues their November theme of women's wisdom with this week's guest, award-winning author and international speaker, Jennifer Read Hawthorne.

Jennifer is co-author of four bestselling books, including Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul and Chicken Soup for the Mother’s Soul. Both books reached #1 on the New York Times and #1 and #2 on USA Today’s best-seller lists and continue to be among the most popular of all books in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series.

As an author and self-esteem expert, Jennifer has appeared on CNN, Sally Jesse Raphael, Pure Oxygen,
and hundreds of national, regional and local TV and radio shows. She has been featured in numerous magazine and newspaper articles, and writes articles for national magazines such as Ladies Home Journal.

- Writers' Voices - 20071026 - Interview with Tom Savage

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Tom Savage is author of the book "A Dictionary of Iowa Place Names"

- Writers' Voices - 20071019 - Interview with Huston Diehl

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Dream Not of Other WorldsMonica and Caroline's guest on Writers' Voices this week is Huston Diehl, professor of English at the University of Iowa and author of "Dream Not of Other Worlds: Teaching in a Segregated Elementary School, 1970," published by the University of Iowa Press.

When Huston Diehl began teaching a fourth-grade class in a "Negro" elementary school in rural Louisa County, Virginia, the school's white superintendent assured her that he didn't expect her to teach "those children" anything.

She soon discovered how these low expectations, widely shared by the white community, impeded her students' ability to learn."

- Writers' Voices - 20071012 - Jeff Porter

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Oppenheimer is Watching Me

Author Jeff Porter

Jeff Porter, author of "Oppenheimer is Watching Me" speaks about his book and writing process with Monica and Caroline.

Porter, a teacher in the English Department at the University of Iowa, specializes in literary nonfiction, documentary film, and digital media, with particular emphasis on science and technology. "Oppenheimer is Watching Me" takes literary nonfiction in a new direction by combining a very personal childhood memoir with a close-up look at some of the most historically signficant events of the time.

- Writers' Voices - 20070928 - Janet Sussman

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Bridges by Janet SussmanAuthor, musician, and intuitive counselor Janet Sussman is Monica and Caroline's guest on Writers' Voices this week, Friday at 1 pm and Monday Oct 1 at 8 am. In addition to discussing her published works and writing process, we will be treated to some tracks from Janet's recent CD, "Subtle Bodies."

From Janet's website (www.timeportalpubs.com) :
A pioneer in the field of time and consciousness, Janet is the author of The Reality of Time (2005) and Timeshift: The Experience of Dimensional Change (1996), both published by Time Portal Publications. Both books has received consummate praise by notable individuals such as Jean Houston and Fred Alan Wolf.

As a musician, Janet works with transformational music and sound to clear and awaken the energetic centers.

- Writers' Voices - 20070921 - Jim Meade

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James Meade's "Answer to Cancer"
Writers' Voices with Monica and Caroline welcomes Fairfield author James Meade this week, Monday morning at 8.

Meade has written over 25 books, ranging from computer how-to books to "The Answer to Cancer: Is Never Giving it a Chance to Start."

Join us for another stimulating conversation on the writing process and how to get published.

- Writers' Voices - 20070914 - Elsa Backstrom

61:00 minutes (55.85 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Writers' Voices - 20070831 - Rodney Charles

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- Writers' Voices - 20070824 - Jeffrey L. Smith

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Jeffrey L. Smith


Jeffrey L. Smith, founder and president of SEO Design Solutions, a Chicago web design company, discusses writing for web publications as a tool to promote yourself and establish an area of expertise. Part two features poet/performers Freddy Niagara Fonseca and Karen Carter reciting Keats' "Ode to a Nightingale."

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Author Bisi Gwamna with Hosts Monica Hadley & Caroline Kilborne

 

Today on Writer's Voices, Monica & Caroline interview teacher and author Bisi Gwamna, originally of Nigeria, now living and teaching at Iowa Wesleyan in Mount Pleasant.

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- Writers' Voices - 20070706 - Marc Freeman

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- Writers' Voices - 20070629 - Claudia Petrick

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Claudia Petrick of the Iowa Source

 

 

Monica & Caroline interview Claudia Petrick, editor of the Iowa Source.

She discusses her 24 years as publisher of the popular regional monthly magazine based out of Fairfield.

 

 

 

- Writers' Voices - 20070622 - Betty Sheffield

60:39 minutes (55.53 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Writers' Voices - 20070615 - Patricia Draznin

61:20 minutes (56.16 MB) Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

- Writers' Voices - 20070608 - John Ong

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John Ong on Writers' Voices

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