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University Of Hawaii Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
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Aired 6 months ago 41:39
Gottlieb - All Ball - Celtics closing in on the Warriors, special guest Univ. Hawaii HC Eran Ganot
Subscribe here to the All Ball with Doug Gottlieb Podcast https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/all-ball-with-doug-gottlieb/id1358843497?mt=2. All Ball with Doug Gottlieb is part of the Colin Cowherd Podcast Network. All Ball is an unfiltered podcast covering the biggest stories in college basketball and the NBA. Join Doug as he brings his unique perspective as a TV analyst and radio host. Join us this week as Doug talks Lakers small ball with LeBron, and why the Celtics are closer to the Warriors than people think. He's also joined by University of Hawaii HC Eran Ganot on his unique path to the D1 coaching ranks. Follow Doug on Twitter at @GottliebShow and go to theherdnow.com to find the latest content.
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109 - Linda Spalding - A Reckoning
Best selling author Linda Spalding is a keeper. A keeper of her family history, a keeper of words, a keeper of truth. In this episode of The Kitchen Sisters Present, Spalding reads from her new book and talks about how discovering her family's dark history as slave holders inspired her novels A Reckoning and The Purchase. “Writing historical fiction is a mug’s game,” says Spalding. “Are we recreating the past, or creating it? While writing, I am imagining things that never happened, trying to make it seem like they did, like they were part of the actual pageant of history, like they make as much sense as the history we all learned in school, some of which was also a fiction. While writing, I am leaning backward from my 21st century chair and hoping to smell things that no longer even exist, to create medicines and foods and conversations I have never heard or seen or tasted." Other books by award winning author Linda Spalding include Who Named the Knife, The Paper Wife, Daughters of Captain Cook, A Dark Place in the Jungle, Mere and Brick a literary magazine she and a group of Canadian writers have been publishing for years. Born in Topeka, Kansas she lived in Mexico and Hawaii before moving to Toronto in 1982. She has two daughters, Esta and Kristin Spalding, from her first marriage to photographer Philip Spalding. She is currently married to Canadian novelist Michael Ondaajte. A professor of English and writing, Spadling has taught at several universities including University of Hawaii, New York University, University of Toronto. She was writer in residence at Brown University and has taught creative writing at Humber College’s School for Writers.
The Kitchen Sisters Present
Aired 4 months ago 28:53
Bytemarks Caf: Blockchain for Agriculture
...includingtheuniversity of Hawaii It's November fourteen two thousand eighteen and welcome to another edition of bite marks cafe where we serve you the...