Upcoming interviews to be published on Spotify and Apple
Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with T.L. Bequette, author of A Long Time Dead
T.L. Bequette is a criminal defense attorney in Oakland, California. Most of his practice involves defending those accused of murder. He holds degrees from The University of the Pacific and Georgetown Law School and serves annually on faculty of the Stanford Law School Trial Advocacy Clinic.
Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Joseph Howse, author of The Girl in the Water
The story of a multiethnic group of young friends, coming of age in Estonia and Ukraine in the last days of the Soviet Union. Their lives are shaped by an Afghan war, the Chernobyl disaster, and the collapse and legacy of a suffocating society.
Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Lee Woodman, author of ARTSCAPES
Impacting the world of art and literary arts for over 45 years with an accomplished career, Lee is a poet and arts lover. Known as the SCAPES poet, her collections open up different kinds of “landscapes,” of the mind, heart, and senses. Topics include the human condition—longing and love, dreams and secrets, notions of home.
Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Steve Procko, author of Rebel Correspondent
Rebel Correspondent brings us Arba F. Shaw’s complete, original account and enhances it with meticulous research, uncovering the backstories of many of his Rebel comrades and offering historical perspective on places and events Shaw described so richly.
Independent Press Award: GAB TALKS with Don Berg, author of Schooling For Holistic Equity: How To Manage the Hidden Curriculum for K-12
There is no question that the American education system is in crisis. There is a significant risk that the mainstream school system will cheat children out of some – if not all – of the education they deserve because a pervasive, hidden curriculum utterly fails to support the well-being of students and educators.
9/28 A Long Time Dead by T.L. Bequette 10/5: Cybercrime by Todd Wade