Voice for print? No worries! Turns out I’ll be discussing writing and more on an upcoming radio show…
Throughout November, Eugene’s All Comedy 1450 AM Radio is featuring artists who use the Eugene A Go-Go website to promote their works and events. On Sat., Nov. 30, the show’s theme is writing, and I’ll be on the air for about 10-15 minutes starting at 10:20 a.m.
First off, a confession: I’m nervous as hell about this radio thing. However, my working theme for the next few months is “Be Uncomfortable,” because I’m really pushing myself out of my comfort zone with marketing and all that visible, chatty author jazz. And there’s nothing like a radio show to both make me nervous and to connect with new folks.
Garrison Keillor, long-time NPR guy best known for The Prairie Home Companion and The News from Lake Woebegone, has often said he has “a face for radio.” I’ve often joked that I have a voice for print.
But. When the folks at Eugene’s All Comedy 1450 AM asked if I wanted to appear, well, I just couldn’t pass that up.
Listen in town or anywhere in the world
- On your Eugene-area AM dial at 1450
- Stream online wherever you are: http://tunein.com/radio/All-Comedy-1450-s33633/
Thanks for tuning in!