Joe Schuster’s 30-minute interview on the McGraw Millhaven show on KTRS from April 12 at 9 a.m. is still available for listening via podcast. To listen to the interview, visit this KTRS link and click on the audio link for April 12, 2012.
The interview was to promote Schuster’s book, “The Might Have Been,” which the Webster University Communications and Journalism chair and professor recently had published by Ballantine Books.
‘Missouri Harvest’ Author Talk April 19
In other Webster-related book news, don’t forget the author of “Missouri Harvest,” co-published by Reedy Press and Webster University Press, will be on campus for a talk and book signing Thursday, April 19 at 7 p.m. in the Emerson Library Conference Room.
Missouri has the second-largest number of farms in the United States? Missouri farmers grow and raise an amazing variety of foods: vegetables, grains, fruits, meats, dairy products and more. “Missouri Harvest” takes readers on a tour of all the “Show-Me State” has to offer for those interested in eating and shopping locally, whether you are a committed locavore or just developing an interest.
The book is available for purchase at the front desk of the Emerson Library. Cost of the book is $18 and is payable by cash or check.