Linda Watanabe McFerrin Talks Travel and Literature on KCBX
Writer Laurie McAndish King conducts this fine interview for central California's public radio station.
Laurie McAndish King, herself an award winning travel-writer and photographer, conducted the interview. In the discourse, McAndish King and Watanabe McFerrin touch on many of their adventures all around the globe and the literature that came of them.
The interview is part of the Lowell Thomas travel show: Journey’s of Discovery with Tom Wilmer.
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