INTERVIEW WITH ROGERS STATE UNIVERSITY TV

My publisher, Imzadi Publishing, arranged a television interview for me with Rogers State University TV in Claremore, OK., for September 20, on the PERSPECTIVES program.  What a day!  Sam Jones is an excellent interviewer and an accommodating host.  The folks, there, were cheery and all about the interview.  While waiting for things to kick off, I met a fellow author, Mark Darrah, and talked about his book, A CATALOGUE OF COMMON PEOPLE.  Mark was an interesting fellow and I made a point to get a copy of his book.  I like books with short stories about people.

The interview was a good take on my writing of the book, THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR. Sam had read it and asked probing questions.  I feel like I got the points across, but I wish I’d had more time to talk about it.  Sam was in the process of reading the second book, VIETNAM AGAIN.  I hope I can get an invitation to return to talk about that one.

The link for the interview is:  https://rsu.tv/shows/perspectives/perspectives-mark-cullison/.  I am grateful to the folks at Imzadi Publishing and RSU TV for this grand opportunity.  They went to a lot of trouble for my book.  I appreciate that.

I just finished recording the audio version of THE OTHER VIETNAM WAR.  I should be released shortly.  Then I begin recording VIETNAM AGAIN.  Busy, busy, busy.

Until next time, keep reading.  And remember our veterans.

About marc cullison

Retired college instructor, math and science. I write and read as much as I can. I am also working on my log house. So much to do.
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