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KCRB Interview with photos

By Thonie Hevron

Well, technology defeated me yet again yesterday.

Back in April, Sandy Baker, Lex Fajardo and I did with KCRB’s Gil Mansergh to publicize the Redwood Writers From Pen to Published Conference (to be held on April 26th). The interview went well–I actually had fun. but it took me all this time to have a moment to find it. I did that yesterday and thought I set the post to appear on Wednesday with the thought that I’d add photos and some explanation today. Obviousy, I made a boo-boo because it appeared yesterday morning. So for today, I’m posting some of the photos we took.

Our host Gil Mansergh at KCRB. He made us feel at ease; a terrific interviewer!

Our host Gil Mansergh at KCRB. He made us feel at ease; a terrific interviewer!

Gil Mansergh is the host of KCRB’s Word by Word, a show reflecting the literary talents in the North Bay. Sandy Baker, my co-chair, is the author of the thriller Tehran Triangle as well as a host of darling children’s stories. Lex Fajardo is the creator of the graphic novel Kid Beowulf series and will appear at the conference in a session about book trailers, YouTube and other media for book marketing.

Sandy Baker putting on those pretty headphones

Sandy Baker putting on those pretty headphones

I was the third interviewee.

Me, Lex and Gil at KCRB

Me, Lex and Gil at KCRB

KCRB Interview


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