05/01/2018 – American folklore, books, filmmaking
American folklore, books, filmmaking — it’s all on the reprise of our March 2017 Let’s Travel! Radio show as Susi and her guests circle the globe.
Host Susi Raphael in the studio with guests Patrice Samara and Steve Zeitlin.
Folklorist, filmmaker, writer, and cultural activist
Steve Zeitlin is a folklorist, filmmaker, writer, and cultural activist. He is the founding director of City Lore, an organization dedicated to fostering New York City – and America’s – living cultural heritage. His latest book is “The Poetry of Everyday Life: Storytelling and the Art of Awareness”.
president of Triumph Communications Group, Inc.
Patrice Samara is president of Triumph Communications Group, Inc., a Strategic Consulting, Communications, Global Events, Media Production, Publishing & Market Representation organization. She works worldwide specializing in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa).
Michael H. GlynMichael H. Glyn graduated from UCLA Film School; worked for 5 years in Hollywood at DesiLu as an editor, and then was a cameraman and editor in a US Government film unit, traveling widely. Michael has his own production company in New York City’s Greenwich Village.
Mara Purl pioneered small-town fiction for women with her popular and critically acclaimed Milford-Haven Novels, which appeared as Milford-Haven, U.S.A., the first American radio drama ever licensed and broadcast by the BBC. Mara also appeared as “Darla Cook” on Days Of Our Lives.