I love Gumbo Tales, too! Picked it up a few weeks ago on a trip to NOLA and read obsessively between meals.
I met her once: what a wickedly funny and forthright woman. I'll never forget that conversation. I was interviewing her about the "real story" of breast cancer, without all the Hallmark-card drippy sentiment. I'd come to the right place.
When will TTSS finally be released here? This is really beginning to &!$$ me off.
A few photos and notes from the Grand Opening: http://aviatrixkim.wordpress.com/2011/11/2…
I like the MacArthur Fellowship idea.
Thank you, Mr Pink for correcting my link. I should have posted this: http://aviatrixkim.wordpress.com/2011/10/1…
My apologies for the copy-paste error.
Nicely put, Jim. Thanks for this. "Saltier and funnier" off the air is exactly right. Also "generous with her wisdom," which was always at the ready for us radio freelancers eager for an old(er) salt's advice. A brief remembrance: http://bit.ly/lVjV8V
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