Some weeks ago I received an invitation from Bob Goldberg, Director of the Tanner Humanities Center at the University of Utah and History professor, to do a reading and Q & A on campus in relation to Memory’s Last Breath: Field Notes on My Dementia. My history with the Tanner Center goes back over 20 […]
Michelle Dunton produces a Youtube channel called “Writing Fun.” She interviews authors, screenwriters, people who teach writing. When she first e-mailed me to invite me to her channel, I watched some of her previous interviews with writers. I only had to listen to her introduction on the first video to be sold: I want to […]
Tomorrow morning, Sunday Aug 6: Listen to Gerda being interviewed about MEMORY’S LAST BREATH by Susan Bonner for CBC’s The Sunday Edition
This past Thursday, I was so honored to be interviewed by Canadian radio and television journalist Susan Bonner, who is currently the lead anchor of CBC Radio One‘s The World at Six. The program for which Susan interviewed me, though, is CBC’s Sunday morning program, The Sunday Edition. Susan has been a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reporter for close to […]
This fabulous woman, Marry Harris, interviewed me yesterday on New York City’s Leonard Lopate Show. WNYC is a New York public radio station. Here is a photo of Marry Harris and her son taking up a 3-minute challenge by WNYC: First have a conversation where every response starts with “No.” Then, have another conversation and start every response with “Yes, […]
Here it is, dear friends: Melanie Rice interviews Gerda on Cape Talk Radio. Thanks so much to those of you who were able to listen “live” and who sent me such lovely comments.
For my South African peeps: tomorrow, July 13th, Melanie Rice of Cape Talk Radio interviews me LIVE between 1 pm and 3 pm SA time
I’m so excited about this news: tomorrow morning I will be getting up at 5 am Utah time to get ready to talk to Melanie Rice about MEMORY’S LAST BREATH at 6 am Utah time. It will be so wonderful to speak to someone to whom I do not have to explain the context for […]