Mary Byrd from Santa Barbara Car Free stops by to talk to host Fred Klein about Nathan Landau’s book Car-Free Los Angeles and Southern California. Viewers will learn not only about the book but how to enjoy Santa Barbara without a car.
Archive for the ‘Literary Gumbo TV’ Category
Host Fred Klein and author/publisher Dan Alef remember the late June Breton Fisher, author of When Money Was In Fashion. Alef stands in for Fisher and explains how the biography tells the story of Fisher’s grandfather, Henry Goldman, the powerhouse behind Goldman Sachs.
Award-winning investigative journalist David Freed tells host Fred Klein about his story in The Atlantic on how the FBI pursued the wrong suspect for a string of anthrax murders following 9/11. Freed worked with the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Army’s Battle Command Battle Lab, and other entities within the US intelligence community. He is also author a humor book, Dear Ernest and Julio: the Ordinary Guy’s Search for the Extraordinary Job. His first novel, Flat Spin, will be published in 2012.
Joan Tapper delighted host Fred Klein with tales of being an editor at Islands and National Geographic Traveler. She is also the author of several history/travel and coffee table books.
Host David Starkey welcomes Literary Gumbo Co-Producers Fred Klein and Lisa Angle as guests on his long-running show about the arts in Santa Barbara.
Latina poet and author Melinda Palacio regales host Fred Klein with her poetry and the story of how her new novel Ocotillo Dreams came about.
Host Fred Klein draws on his thirty years experience as a Vice President at Bantam Books to enlighten viewers about the role of an editor at a large publishing house.