Today’s post is directed to my Alma Mater’s radio station, KZSU, 90.1 FM in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can also find the station online at kzsuonline.stanford.edu.
This morning I received an email from Stanford, inviting me to attend the first in a series of “Big Shorts” in the new Stanford Storytelling Project. This will be held at CoHo Café on campus next Tuesday, January 17 at 8 p.m. It will run for one hour and feature readings by Tobias Wolff, Skip Horak, and Xandra Clarke.
KZSU also features audio podcasts on the station, and I am submitting two of my nearly 100 podcasts for broadcast consideration. The first is Episode 1 from my thriller, Slaves On Horseback, and key parts of it take place at Stanford and environs.
The second submission is Episode 1 from Mr. Wugidgem And The Faces Of Freedom, which is Book Five in my Children’s Fantasy Series. Our heroes, Debby and Michael, whisk away to Venezuela to join in anti-government demonstrations.
I hope to see some of you next Tuesday at CoHo at 8 p.m.
For my regular subscribers, I will post Episode 6 from my father’s autobiography, Talking To The World From Pan Am’s Clippers, tomorrow.
All the best,
Allan W. Chapman-Creative Writing Major, Class of 1964, Stanford University