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Ep. 99: Shelly Lowenkopf, Part 1

Shelly Lowenkopf discusses self publishing versus traditional publishing with host Fred Klein. Literary Gumbo:Shelly Lowenkopf, Part 1 from Literary Gumbo on Vimeo.

Ep. 97: Monte Schulz’s new novel Naughty

Author Monte Schulz returns to tell host Fred Klein about his new novel Naughty. The book is based on a true story about the hardboiled exploits of a real-life femme…

Ep. 95: Catherine Ann Jones

Catherine Ann Jones discusses her new book, Heal Your Self with Writing, with host Fred Klein. They also talk about Catherine’s career as an actress, screenwriter, writing teacher, and author…

Ep. 94: Meg Waite Clayton

Author Meg Waite Clayton returns to tell host Fred Klein about her latest book The Wednesday Daughters, a follow up novel to The Wednesday Sisters. Literary Gumbo: Meg Waite Clayton…

Ep. 93: Kathleen O’Donnell

Author Kathleen O’Donnell talks with host Fred Klein about her debut novel Last Day for Rob Rhino. The main character is loosely based on a 70s porn star. Literary Gumbo:…

Ep. 89: Marcy Luikart

Marcy Luikart, sits down with host Fred Klein to talk about her new novel River Braids. Set on the Mississippi River, the story reveals a lot about the 1904 Olympic…

Ep. 86: Monte Schulz

Author Monte Schulz discusses the upcoming Santa Barbara Writers Conference (June 8-13, 2013) with host Fred Klein. Monte also talks about his forthcoming novel Naughty (Fantagraphics Books, Sept. 2013). Literary…

Ep. 85: Matt Pallamary

Author, writing workshop leader, shamanic explorer Matthew J. Pallamary share good news about his book Land Without Evil with host Fred Klein. Agent Red of Austin TX turned the novel…

Ep 83: David Rensin

Ventura author David Rensin chats with host Fred Klein about his many books including those he wrote with celebrities such as Chris Rock, Jeff Foxworthy, and Tim Allen. Literary Gumbo:…

Ep. 82: Kathleen Sharp

Kathleen Sharp returns to update host Fred Klein on news about her books Blood Medicine, The Man Who Blew the Whistle On One of the Deadliest Prescription Drugs Ever and…