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Ep. 61: Marsha Barr

Santa Barbara High School librarian Marsha Barr educates host Fred Klein about what young adults are reading these days.

Ep. 60: Craig Carey

Writer Craig Carey discusses his new book, Hiking and Backpacking Santa Barbara & Ventura, with host Fred Klein. Carey also relates some of his most harrowing experience he has had…

Ep. 59: Jerry Roberts

Veteran journalist Jerry Roberts share the story of his long varied career with host Fred Klein. Roberts is former Managing Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle and the former Editor…

Ep. 58: Diana Raab

Diana Raab chats with host Fred Klein about her two new books Writers On The Edge and Listening to Africa. Raab is a writer, memoirist, essayist, poet and teacher. She…

Ep. 56: Ellen Reid

Ellen Reid explains to host Fred Klein what a book shepherd is and does. Viewers will learn what it takes to publish a book.

Ep. 55: Marilyn McMahon

Marilyn McMahon regales host Fred Klein with stories of her thirty five years of writing features in Santa Barbara.

Ep. 54: Tom Jacobs

Veteran journalist Tom Jacobs joins host Fred Klein to discuss Jacob’s more than 20 years experience as a writer. They also talk about Miller-McCune magazine’s transition to Pacific Standard. Literary…

Ep. 53: Barbara Gaughen

Barbara Gaughen informs host Fred Klein about the Global Ebook Awards. Deadline for entering is April 30, 2012. Winners will be honored in August in Santa Barbara. Gaughen also talked…

Ep 52: Louise Gaylord

Mystery author Louise Gaylord chats with host Fred Klein about opera, the nonprofit sector, and her new book titled Dark Lake. Literary Gumbo: Louise Gaylord from Literary Gumbo on Vimeo.

Ep. 51: Melodie Johnson Howe

Author and former actress Melodie Johnson Howe joins host Fred Klein to talk about her new collection of short stories titled Shooting Hollywood. She also reminisces about her career in…