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Susan Chernak McElroy,, "Why Buffalo Dance"

Jody Seay chats with Susan Chernak McElroy, about her book, "Why Buffalo Dance," and is introduced to Toby.

From  Eric Gleske 6 plays

Back Page 286 L.M. Parkhurst

Jody Seay with L.M. Parkhurst, author of Realms, Book One of a science fiction trilogy.

From  Eric Gleske 147 plays

Back Page 290 Wildlife Safari

Today’s big topic is elephants. Jody is joined by Katie Alayan, Senior Elephant Trainer at Wildlife Safari in Winston, Oregon.

From  Eric Gleske 33 plays

Back Page 285 Jan Roberts-Dominguez Corvallis artist and food writer Jan Roberts-Dominguez discusses making "Oregon Hazelnut Country - the Food, the Drink, the Spirit." The book is divided into sections…

From  Eric Gleske 71 plays

Back Page 281 David Cobb

"Quiet Beauty: The Japanese Gardens of North America" features the photography of David Cobb.

From  Eric Gleske 391 plays

Back Page 283 Miriam Ruth Black

Miriam Ruth Black is the author of "Turtle Season," a funny and touching story of personal discovery. "Turtle Season" follows the deep inner journey of a woman at midlife as she…

From  Eric Gleske 117 plays

Back Page 282 Jill Kelly

Jill Kelly, PhD, is an editor, author, and painter. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where she works as a text and developmental editor and coach for writers and other creatives. She discusses and…

From  Eric Gleske 359 plays

Back Page 280 Jessica Hedges

Jessica Hedges is a cowboy poet from Burns, Oregon, who has delighted audiences with her real life stories of working cows, riding horses, and training dogs from a woman’s point of view. Her…

From  Eric Gleske 77 plays

Back Page 272 Mridula Koshy

Mridula Koshy, author of a collection of stories entitled, "If It Is Sweet"

From  Eric Gleske 20 plays

Back Page 276 Chad Coenson

Chad Coenson is the author of "Me and Bobby McGee." Chad won the Silver Medal for Best Fiction from the Independent Pulisher Book Awards in the West - Pacific Region

From  Eric Gleske 102 plays

Back Page 275 David Koop

David A. Koop had it all – a storied business career, beautiful son, and prospects as far as the eye could see. Then a surprise cancer diagnosis turned his life upside down. More than three…

From  Eric Gleske 50 plays

Back Page 269 Kristy Athens

"Get Your Pitchfork On! The Real Dirt on Country Living" gives you the practical tools you need to realize your own dreams of getting away from it all, with the basics of home, farm, and…

From  Eric Gleske 47 plays

Back Page 268 Elizabeth Tierney

Elizabeth Tierney discusses her memoir, Dignifying Dementia: A Caregiver's Struggle

From  Eric Gleske 25 plays

Back Page 274 Adam Bacher

Adam Bacher is a freelance photographer and blogger who traveled to Rwanda photographing the projects of the Portland based Itafari Foundation, Bacher's work is on exhibit at the…

From  Eric Gleske 32 plays

Back Page 273 Lois Leveen

"The Secrets of Mary Bowser," based on the true story of one daring woman willing to sacrifice her own freedom to change the course of history.

From  Eric Gleske 12 plays

Back Page 271 Bob Welch, Cascade Summer

Jody Seay with Eugene, OR, writer Bob Welch. "Cascade Summer: My Adventure on Oregon's Pacific Crest Trail" is the story of Bob Welch's 2011 attempt, along with his…

From  Eric Gleske 81 plays

For the Children by Gary Snyder - Moral Ground

From Back Page No. 244: Kathleen Dean Moore reads "For the Children," by Gary Snyder, from the collection "Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril."

From  Eric Gleske 87 plays

Moral Ground introduction by Desmond Tutu

From Back Page No. 244: Kathleen Dean Moore reads the introductory essay written by Desmond Tutu for the collection "Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril."

From  Eric Gleske 59 plays

The Newt Note by Drian Doyle - Moral Ground

From Back Page No. 244: Kathleen Dean Moore reads "The Newt Note," by Brian Doyle, from the collection "Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril."

From  Eric Gleske 32 plays

Back Page 265 George Estreich

2012 Oregon Book Award Winner George Estreich, The Shape of the Eye

From  Eric Gleske 15 plays

Back Page 266 Sandra de Helen

Sandra de Helen introduces us to Shirley Combs and Dr. Mary Watson in "The Hounding," a murder mystery set in Portland.

From  Eric Gleske 46 plays

Back Page 262 Karen Olivia Peck

Karen Olivia Peck discusses her memoir, "Kill Me First: The Dangerous Side of Alzheimer's." This is the moving true story of two women: a mother, falling into Alzheimer's disease,…

From  Eric Gleske 51 plays

Back Page 261 Tommy Skiens - Buffgrunt

"Buffgrunt: Memoirs of a Tree Vet" is a brutally honest account of Tommy Skiens' life after service as a Vietnam combat veteran; a tale of pain, self-healing and redemption.

From  Eric Gleske 149 plays

Back Page 259 Ray Rhamey

Ray Rhamey discusses his novel, "The Summer Boy," a coming-of-age story laced with murder set in Texas. Rhamey also talks about his novels "We the Enemy" and "The Vampire…

From  Eric Gleske 29 plays

Back Page 260 Ted Coonfield

Ted Coonfield's memoir "Varmits, Living with Appalachian Outlaws," recalls his life smack dab in the middle of the 70s and Appalachia while studying for a Ph.D. at Ohio University.

From  Eric Gleske 19 plays

Back Page 242 Patricia Hester

Patricia Hester, who grew up in Pennsylvania, presents her debut coming-of-age novel, Whispers from the Ashes, semi-finalist in both the 2005 James Jones First Novel Fellowship and the 2009 Amazon…

From  Eric Gleske 82 plays

Back Page 256 The Real Skinny

Brenda Sloan Stevens with nutrition and fitness expert James Dubberly, "The Real Skinny: A Practical Guide to Fat Loss and Health Gain"

From  Eric Gleske 85 plays

Back Page 258 Mark Saunders

Mark Saunders discusses living in Mexico, and his memoir of that experience, "Nobody Knows the Spanish I Speak."

From  Eric Gleske 8 plays

Back Page 257 Molly Best Tinsley

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Back Page 240 David Biespiel

The Book of Men and Women - 2011 OR Book Award Winner

From  Eric Gleske 104 plays

Back Page 239 Alexander Fontana, PITTOCK (broadcast edit)

From  Eric Gleske 45 plays

Back Page 255 Johan Mathiesen

Johan Mathiesen, "Mad as the Mist and Snow: Exploring Oregon Through its Cemeteries"

From  Eric Gleske 30 plays