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Ep. 71: Rabbi Wayne Dosick

Rabbi Wayne Dosick shares with host Fred Klein his revolutionary discovery of the Bible’s real Name of God which he explores in his new book. Rabbi Dosick has published several…

Ep. 70: Len Lamensdorf

Len Lamensdorf invites host Fred Klein to a reading of his play The Balled of Billy Lee. The play which tells the Story of George Washingtonʻs favorite slave was also…

Ep. 69: Jesse Aizenstat

Jesse Aizenstat relates the adventures he had while Surfing the Middle East for host Fred Klein.

Ep. 68: Jinny Webber

Jinny Webber, author of the historical novel The Secret Player, talks to host Fred Klein about her career as a writer, teacher, and performer. She also shares her knowledge of…

Ep. 67: Karin Finell

Author Karin Finell talks to host Fred Klein about her latest book Broken Butterfly: My Daughter’s Struggle with Brain Injury. Karin is also the author of Good-bye to the Mermaids:…

Ep. 66: Neal Graffy

Well-known lecturer Neal Graffy discusses Santa Barbara history with host Fred Klein. Graffy’s books about the street names of Santa Barbara can be found in local bookstores and gift shops….

Ep. 65: Learning Ally

Learning Ally of Santa Barbara Director Ethan Saxton informs host Fred Klein about the organization. Founded in 1948 as Recording for the Blind, Learning Ally serves more than 300,000 K-12,…

Ep. 64: Maggie Mixsell

Maggie Mixsell fills host Fred Klein in on all the latest news about Speaking of Stories.

Ep. 63: Mario Garcia

Professor of Chicano Studies at UCSB Mario Garcia talks to host Fred Klein about his books comprised of oral histories. Garcia is also the coordinator of the Luis Leal Award…

Ep. 62: Anna Lafferty

Anna Lafferty talks to host Fred Klein about the importance of good design in today’s publishing world. Anna is an award-winning book designer who helps authors achieve the best look…