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Library Of Congress Jennifer Gavin
The Library of Congress and Honorary Chairs President Obama and Mrs. Obama invite you to the 15th Anniversary National Book Festival, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, at the Washington Convention Center. To mark this special occasion, as well as the 200th anniversary of the Library's acquisition of Thomas Jefferson’s personal library
Our Guest is Daniel Hoyos Seattle Shorts Film Festival Director!!
The Seattle Shorts Film Festival Celebrates 5 Years by Doubling in Size Seattle Shorts Film Festival returns in 2015 with twice the number of exceptional films to showcase for local audiences. After record breaking submissions, filmmaker attendance, and sold out screenings last year, the 5- year-old festival has expanded to two days, November 14th and 15th. The weekend will be bring film lovers together through Q&A’s, networking events, and an awards ceremony on Sunday the 15th. The Seattle Shorts Film Festival brings Seattle film lovers the very best of short films from around the globe. nter. For a full listing of films, special events and upcoming announcements visit www.SeattleShort.org
Welcome to Rave Reviews Book Club's BlogTalkRadio production of RAVE WAVES "BUY THE BOOK," where host, Marlena Smith, is joined by Author Ernestine Rose. We are discussing her memoir, RAISING THE ROSES. Join us as we explore this book and become better acquainted with Author, Ernestine Rose.
This segment of BUY THE BOOK is sponsored by Beem Weeks, Author of JAZZ BABY.
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Meet Steven Andrew Cole, Sherry Engler, Annemarie Everland
Steven Andrew Cole is the author of three novels, and has written countless magazines, newspaper articles and screenplays. Steven enjoys leading his readers down dark alleys, through crawl spaces and anywhere they dare not to venture. A descendent of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Steven is known for working in numerous genres and often writes using a poetic tone. He divides his creativity between his stories and his love of drawing.
Sherry Engler is married to Don Engler, who currently serves as the Chief of Police in Payson, Arizona. As the wife of one law enforcement officer and the mother of two, Sherry knows first- hand the many challenges the law enforcement profession may have on family life.
Anne Marie Eveland http://www.hurrahforhumans.com
Annemarie began writing personal stories for her Storytelling presentations. As a certified presenter, she wrote her training manuals for Reading People seminars; was included in two anthologies, and was a columnist in two newspapers. At First Glance, What Faces Reveal is a self-help book on reading people and understanding ourselves. Be the Ripple stories show how seemingly small moments and incidents in ordinary days can affect us for life.
This week, Michael Pietsch and Tom Bissell talk about David Foster Wallace’s “Infinite Jest”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Chris Jennings discusses “Paradise Now”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Bill Bryson talks about “The Road to Little Dribbling”; Jennifer Schuessler has news from the literary world; Molly Young discusses new books about productivity; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Brent Staples discusses “The Defender” and the history of the black press; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Maria Konnikova talks about “The Confidence Game”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Ben Rawlence discusses “City of Thorns”; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Janice Y. K. Lee talks about “The Expatriates”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, editors at the Book Review discuss the year’s best books; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Matthew Schneier discusses facial hair and a treatise on men’s style; Bee Wilson talks about “First Bite”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Heather Havrilesky talks about Amy Cuddy’s “Presence” and Shonda Rhimes’s “Year of Yes,” and Michael Ian Black discusses “Navel Gazing.” Pamela Paul is the host.
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Sue Fries is an award-winning author, public speaker, and syndicated talk radio host. She’s also a successful business owner, competitive dancer, and still finds time to be a mom.
Known by many as “The Termite Lady” of Ecola Services, Inc., Sue is the former director and chair of the Pest Control Operators of California. She is also an environmental activist for disadvantaged children with asthma, Director of UAIAP (United Against Indoor Air Pollution), as well as a consultant and national spokesperson for Indoor Allergen Control Network. She has been featured on Discovery Channel, History Channel, and America Now. She has two children, Tyson and Tiana.
Her website is: www.suefries.com
David Campbell is an outstanding executive coach and mentor. He has held Executive Roles in Public, Private and Not-For-Profit Organisations. David brings a wealth of leadership and management experience to the Change Series.
His website is: http://ddkcampbell.com.au/
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