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Ep. 160: Mario T. Garcia

Professor of Chicano Studies at UCSB Mario T. Garcia returns to tell host Fred Klein about his new book, The Chicano Generation: Testimonios of the Movement. Based on in-depth interviews…

Ep. 159: Michelle Robin La

Author Michelle Robin La talks with host Fred Klein about her first book Catching Shrimp with Bare Hands. The book is a memoir based on Robin’s husband’s life growing up…

Ep. 158: Dan Poynter

Self publishing guru Dan Poynter returns to tell host Fred Klein about his new book, Para Promotion Program: A Step-By-Step Guide to Successful Book Promotion for Authors & Publishers. The…

Ep. 153: Sid Stebel

Author and writing teacher Sid Stebel joins host Fred Klein for a chat about writing and fellow authors such as Ray Bradbury. For more sage writing advice from Sid attend…

Ep. 152: Santa Barbara Writers Conference 2015

Santa Barbara Writers Conference owner Monte Schulz fills host Fred Klein in on all the happening at this year’s SBWC. The conference happens June 7-12, 2015 at the Hyatt on…

Ep. 151: Marilyn Tam

Author Marilyn Tam talks with host Fred Klein about her journey from serving as a CEO in the corporate world to forming her own company and nonprofit organization. Marilyn is…

Ep. 150: Libby Appel

Libby Appel reminisces with host Fred Klein about her days as artistic director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Now retired, Libby’s latest book is Five Plays by Anton Chekhov. Literary…

Ep. 148: Robin Winter

Robin Winter tells host Fred Klein about her latest novel Watch the Shadows which focuses on Isla Vista – and the mysterious. Robin also pursues a career in oil painting…

Ep. 141: Erin Graffy

Erin Graffy returns to talk Santa Barbara history with host Fred Klein. Erin’s latest book is titled Old Spanish Days: Santa Barbara History Through Public Art. Literary Gumbo: Erin Graffy…

Ep. 140: Sarah Noffke

Author Sarah Noffke tells host Fred Klein about her YA sci-fi fantasy trilogy The Lucidites Series. Literary Gumbo: Sarah Noffke from Literary Gumbo on Vimeo.