Thursday, January 16, 2020
Phelps Mansion Museum,
Remember a book can make a marvelous holiday (or birthday) gift and yes, Home Free: Adventures of a Child of the Sixties is still available to order at your local indie bookstore, from Barnes & Noble or Amazon.
Such an interesting event to plan: I’ll blend readings from Home Free with some simple meditations. Sponsored by the Binghamton Area Reading Council. Refreshments include a selection of fruits and vegetables, a cheese platter and a hot chocolate bar! Limited seating. Reservations and information at barcny.weebly.com.
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Fair Lawn Public Library
10-01 Fair Lawn Ave.
Fair Lawn, NJ
LINKS TO PAST READINGS:
“WHAT WERE THE ’60S REALLY LIKE?” I loved reading this outtake from the book, about the commune I visited in West Virginia, called Welcome Home. The farm had been purchased by a couple of middle class dropouts, a dentist and his wife I called the Schafmans.
“What Were the Sixties REALLY Like?” August, 2017, The Cornelia Street Café, NYC. I read one of my favorite excerpts from Home Free. Enjoy!
Here’s the link to some of the readings in May, 2017:
Catch my May 15, 2017 interview with Janeane Bernstein, at http://getthefunkoutshow.kuci.org/
RADIO: Anything Goes!!
WFDU 89.1 FM
You can listen to my interview with Lise Avery on YouTube
I was so pleased that host Sahara Hill said all the things about Home Free that I hoped a young reader would say!
THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017
EXPERIENCE 50: THE PODCAST
Interview with host Mary Rogers at experience50.com.
Hear it at: http://www.experience50.com/?s=kreiter
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 2017 1:30-2:00 PM ET
WMPR 90.1 FM, NPR Affiliate, Jackson, MS
Interview with host Cyrus A. Webb
Online through http://www.blogtalkradio.com, http://www.106liveradio.com, http://www.amfm247.com and http://www.dcnowradio.com.
Millions tune in to the program which features authors, recording artists, community leaders and ordinary individuals during extraordinary things.
THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 2017: 7-8 pm
Webinar: National Association of Memoir Writers
THURSDAY, JULY 27: 6:30 pm
ETHELBERT CRAWFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY