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Ep. 173: Dick Jorgensen

Dick Jorgensen tells host Fred Klein about his new book O Tomodachi which chronicles Jorgensen’s two years in Japan in 1954 on a first-ever exchange program. Literary Gumbo: Dick Jorgensen…

Ep. 172: Beverlye Hyman Fead

Beverlye Hyman Fead returns to tell host Fred Klein about her new book Aging in High Heels: Living a Life with Passion, Hope & Laughter. Beverly talks about her amazing…

Ep. 171: Robin Yardi

Children’s book author Robin Yardi talks with host Fred Klein about growing up in Santa Barbara CA and her variety of writing talents. Robin’s books include an educational picture book…

Ep. 170: Taylor Bayouth

Author Taylor Bayouth stops by the give host Fred Klein insight on How to Steal the Mona Lisa: and Six Other World-Famous Treasures. Seriously, Bayouth’s humorous book describes seven heists…

Ep. 169: Monte Schulz

Author and songwriter Monte Schulz returns to inform host Fred Klein about his latest novel Crossing Eden. Monte’s musical group, Seraphonium, has a new album, After Many a Summer, comprised…

Ep. 167: R.K. Jackson

Author R.K. Jackson visits with host Fred Klein and talks about his debut novel The Girl in the Maze: A Thriller. Literary Gumbo: R.K. Jackson from Literary Gumbo on Vimeo.

Ep. 166: John Wilder

John Wilder describes for host Fred Klein how he went from actor to screenwriter, and now to author. Wilder’s new mystery novel is titled Nobody Dies In Hollywood. Literary Gumbo:…

Ep. 165: Meg Waite Clayton

Meg Waite Clayton returns to tell host Fred Klein about her latest novel The Race for Paris. In this new book two journalists, denied access to press camps and the…

Ep. 163: Toni Lopopolo

Literary agent and writing instructor Toni Lopopolo joins host Fred Klein to talk about 21st century writing, among other things. Ms Lopopolo will teach a Fiction Intensive with Shelly Lowenkopf,…

Ep. 162: Alex Sheshunoff

Author Alex Sheshunoff sat down with host Fred Klein to talk about his vaguely humorous memoir hot off the presses – A Beginner’s Guide to Paradise. The book extols Sheshunoff’s…