Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Novella Carpenter/Farm City Audio Interview
I've always wanted to do this. To post an audio link of an author of a book I love. The link isn't a review, which is what we mainly do here, but there are so many ways in addition to a review to enter a book, a story or to gain new information. And I loved this book so I'm going to do it. Here's the link.
Last Friday Novella Carpenter, the author of Farm City, The Education of an Urban Farmer, was interviewed on KQED, The Forum. Listening to her was as fun as reading the book. I laughed, I learned, I clapped for her while sitting alone in my office.
I hope you do to.
If you've heard a good author interview lately let me know and I'll put a live link to it at the bottom of this post.
Posted by Kale for Sale at 9:26 PM
Labels: author event, food, gardening, recommended reading, social justice
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This sounds great! I'm going to finish the book before I listen to it just so it doesn't spoil any surprises. Thanks for the link.
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