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The Writery with Mary Dessein will be available in the SoundCloud, the listing of programs right under the banner photo on KSER’s home page.
The Writery is expected to be up and running by the end of April. The first program will be the ‘Conversation’ with Mary Buckham, which originally aired January 4, 2015.
Upcoming guest authors on 2015 ‘Conversations’ segments of the The Writery are:
Bernadette Pajer, author of the intriguing Professor Bradshaw mystery series, back to celebrate “Conversations'” 2nd anniversary. www.bernadettepajer.com
Erica Bauermeister, NYT best-selling author will share her wisdom and craft with us. www.ericabauermeister.com
Tracey Wilen, Ph.D., sought-after thought leader, author of 11 books, seeker of stories, and professor www.traceywilen.com
Robin La Due, Ph.D., award winning author and expert in the field of Native American trauma. www.septembertotems.com
Previous guests on “Conversations with Writers and Storytellers” have been:
February 1 – William Dietrich, award-winning novelist. Such a storyteller, non-fiction writer, and college professor. His historical novels and thrillers have made all kinds of best-seller lists. The Final Forest, a gathering of history and perspective on logging, ancient forests, and the Olympic Peninsula is not only excellent journalism but eloquent writing. His Ethan Gage series, set in the Napoleonic wars, has been sold in 28 languages! This will be a lively show — www.williamdietrich.com
February 15 – Patrick Ball, internationally known harpist and storyteller. As a young man when his life’s journey changed suddenly, Patrick made his way to Ireland, where he was captivated with the eloquence and fire of the Irish oral tradition. There, too, he fell in love with the Celtic harp. Lucky for the rest of us! Patrick tours extensively, solo and with other artists, has written & performed theatrical pieces, made at least a dozen CD’s, and been awarded grants as well as the Circle of Excellence Award from the National Storytelling Association. www.patrickball.com
March 1 – Megan Chance, critically acclaimed, award-winning author of 9 novels. She is also a popular workshop speaker. The Best Reviews said she writes “Fascinating historical fiction.” “Provocative and haunting,” says Booklist. “Stellar characterization, terrific dialogue,” praises Publishers Weekly. “Impossible to stop reading,” raves the Seattle Times. She is also a popular workshop speaker, a former television news photographer, and a graduate of Western Washington University. www.meganchance.com