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Subject: English: Literature & Writing

Conversations With Series: Authors & Screenwriters

Conversations With Series: Authors & Screenwriters

5 of 22 programs from the Conversation With... Series that offer personal interviews with an eclectic group of authors and screenwriters who discuss their lives and their work. Produced by the College of Santa Fe. Artists and Film/TV Celebrities. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail

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Julia Cameron

Julia Cameron

Everyone has heard of the expression "writer's block" or the phase "my mind's a wall." Each describe many creative artists' worst nightmares: the inability to express the creativity they hold inside. But now help has arrived! Here we meet Julia Cameron, an award-winning journalist and author, who explains her Click for more


Joseph Dispenza

Joseph Dispenza

Film Studies 101. For anyone who understands the importance of feature films, and the impact so many of them have on the societies they reach, this course of study is an exhilarating one to take. Joseph Dispenza, film historian, teacher and author, knows and loves the importance of film. And in this candid Click for more


Sally Fisher

Sally Fisher

Author Sally Fisher (Life Mastery) is also a spiritual activist, leading many AIDS workshops across the United States. She is one of the few Anglos who is highly respected in the American Indian Circle of spiritual healers. In this touching interview, Ms. Fisher talks about her book, her experiences in Click for more


Edmund Hartmann

Edmund Hartmann

What’s so funny? Edmund Hartmann has spent a lifetime pursuing and answering that question, and we, the people, have been enjoying the results of his efforts with comedy for over 60 years. From The Paleface, with Bob Hope and Jane Russell, to two of the most memorable sitcoms of the 1960s, My Three Click for more


Jerry Nachman

Jerry Nachman

This program offers an historical look back at Jerry Nachman, the TV celebrity and former editor of The New York Post, who was no stranger to the high-profile world of big city newspapers. Here he offers perspectives on writing, journalism, and print vs. television. 98/07DE JSCA 60 min. Click for more





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