If you've ever wondered about Paul Fridlund and his 23 years as owner of Pilgrim's Way, he spills it on this interview. Store history, motivation and advice to those considering a book business, writing a book, or working with your life partner in business. Listen online or download.
The collaboration of these friends with written word and art has resulted in a captivating book titled In Search of the Dark Watchers, legend and lore of Big Sur. This relaxed interview includes stories and personal account of encounters with the watchers, the wee people who live in the landscape. For a peek at the artwork of Benjamin Brode go to www.studiobrode.com.
What do the following people have in common?
Eleanor Roosevelt,Nelson Mandela, John Keats, Leo Tolstoy, John Lennon,
Johann Sebastian Bach, Marilyn Monroe, Carol Burnett, Babe Ruth and
They were all orphans. Our next guest Liz
Ashling is an author of a book focusing on the lives and lifestyle
differences of those in our society who have been adopted. Orphaned at
some point, yes. And then they became part of another family. Well,
what is that like? How does it compare to those born and raised in the
same family? Are there differences? Advantages? Or disadvantages? Listen online or download this podcast, and find out.
My guest today, Patrice Vecchione is the author of Writing and the
Spiritual Life, as well as two books of poetry. She is also the editor
of many highly acclaimed anthologies for children, young adults and
adults. Vecchione has taught creative writing and collage workshops at
universities, libraries, in community and spiritual centers, including
Esalen Institute. She also teaches workshops outdoors through parks
departments and recreation centers. We'll get a sneak peek at her newest
book soon to be released, "Step Into Nature". She lives in Monterey, CA.