Jeffrey Lawson reads From My Memoir: At Mrs. Bell’s.
Therese Duncan reads a chapter called Breaking Concrete from her upcoming novel, Lion Tamer Volume One: Here I Am, Steel, Not the Kind of Girl You Marry.
Wendell Jones reads an excerpt from El Perrito Loco (the crazy little dog) — a story of two former high school classmates, now old men, who meet unexpectedly and converse. One or neither of them may be in good mental
E. E. “Doc” Murdock reads an example story from How to Write Fiction: Tools and Techniques.
Zoe Murdock reads an excerpt from her novel, Man In The Mirror: A man finding himself as he loses himself to Alzheimer’s.
Fine artist, writer and poet, Nicole van Dam, describes the importance of becoming familiar with digital technologies for greater exposure and career advancement.
Oatley Kidder and Mimi Camarillo speak with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger, about the Ojai Art Center’s Sunday summer music series for the public that raises money for the Art Center and honors musicians: It’s called “Jammin.”
The Ojai Art Center Theater Branch has been in operation since 1939 and annually presents a variety of dramatic productions, ranging from comedy to drama and musicals.
In 2005, Judy Vander created a chamber music series in Ojai, CA, in conjunction with the Ojai Art Center, with performances throughout each year.
Musician and composer, Ray Powers, speaks with Our Ventura TV host, George Alger, about the Ojai Youth Symphony.