Tag Archives: writers

Ep. 87: Karen Keskinen

Karen Keskinen talks with host Fred Klein about her new novel Blood Orange: A Mystery which is set in Santa Barbara. Literary Gumbo: Karen Keskinen from Literary Gumbo on Vimeo.

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. 72: Laird Koenig

Laird Koenig returns to update host Fred Klein about his latest writing adventure. Laird who has written in every major medium, film, television, stage, and novels, recently released his latest…

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. 42: David Freed

Award-winning investigative journalist David Freed tells host Fred Klein about his story in The Atlantic on how the FBI pursued the wrong suspect for a string of anthrax murders following…

Ep. 40: Jim Alexander

Humor writer Jim Alexander stopped by to shoot the breeze with host Fred Klein. If you enjoy Jim’s column in the Montecito Journal, you’ll really enjoy this interview.

Introduction to Twitter with Marcia Meier

Marcia Meier, author of Navigating the Rough Waters of Today’s Publishing World, gives an introduction to Twitter, including demonstrations of how to set up an account and use TweetDeck. For…

Ep. 30: Leslie Dinaberg

Well known Santa Barbara journalist, author, and Editor at Santa Barbara Seasons magazine Leslie Dinaberg visits with host Fred Klein in this week’s episode. Literary Gumbo: Leslie Dinaberg from Literary…

Ep. 26: Richard Hunt

Host Fred Klein talks to another of his ol’ pals in the publishing biz, Richard Hunt, who is an executive at Keen Communications, which runs Wilderness Press and Clerisy Press….

Ep. 18: Susan Miles Gulbransen

Long time local resident Susan Miles Gulbransen entertained host Fred Klein with the history of writers in Santa Barbara. Even after the cameras stopped rolling they were still rattling off…