Tag Archives: Santa Barbara

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. 79: Marcia Meier

Marcia Meier returns to tell host Fred Klein about Antioch University Santa Barbara’s inaugural Summer Writing Institute. Meier is the director of the SWI and the author of Navigating the Rough…

Ep. 76: Alison Bailey

Alison Bailey shares with host Fred Klein about her new novel XP which brings to life the legendary Pony Express. She also speaks about creating Runaway Horse Press, her journey to…

Ep. 74: Julia Michelle Dawson

Julia Michelle Dawson tells host Fred Klein about her life as a journalist and polo player, and about her new novel of International Intrigue – GENEVA. She also shows us…

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. 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. 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. 61: Marsha Barr

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