KY3 about my 85th birthday: https://www.ky3.com/2022/03/25/ozarks-life-generations-have-grown-up-david-harrison-books/?fbclid=IwAR1CpToQaU8cli834HU2LoiuD6ZK5dK7us0lywhHTfHBQGvSv8_4Wl2a_k4
The interview is on KSLA Website: https://ksla.wildapricot.org/PA-Reads-Journal
KA/MO SCBWI, Winter 2020: https://ksmo.scbwi.org/featured-author/
Link to the blog interview with Mary Jo Fresh about our book EMPOWERING STUDENTS’ KNOWLEDGE OF VOCABULARY by Sam Bommarito:
An Interview with David Harrison and Mary Jo Fresch about their new book: Empowering Students’ Knowledge of Vocabulary
Link to You Tube interview: https://youtu.be/H9R10iH08KI
Missouri Reader, Fall 2015
Halloweenish take off on Macbeth’s witches, turning the pot into a crock pot.
70-minute interview for Meyer Library archives.
Byron Biggers Band on YouTube. These are my poems set to music and performed:
2/11/14 http://mattforrest.wordpress.com/2014/02/11/interview-with- childrens-poet-david-l-harrison
4/4/13 Kathy Temean Interview
4/2/13 Julie Hedlund Interview
8/20/12 Linnea Heaney
6/23/12 April Halprin Wayland
2/3/12 Roxie Hanna Interview
12/16/11 Robyn Hood Black Interview
3/28/10 Bruce Black Interview
4/13/10 Tricia Stohr-Hunt Interview
4/19/10 Gregory Pincus Feature
6/4/10 SCBWI Princeton, NJ Keynote, poetry workshop
12/28/09 Cynthia Leitich Smith Interview http://cynthialeitichsmith.blogspot.com/2009/12/craft-career-cheer-david-l-harrison.html
This is the address she gave me last night. I’ll pass on your “Hi” when I talk with her next.
Great. It’s good to have her address again.
Thanks so much.
I was looking forward to your interview with Rebecca Kai Dotlich which I thought was scheduled for April 16.
I was wondering when we might expect to read your interview with Ms. Dotlich.
Rebecca got tangled up in scheduling and couldn’t make it on the 16th. You will see her next Friday instead, on April 23.
Thanks for checking.
Your website shows your email as email@example.com but it came back rejected. We are wanting to contact you regarding a Young Authors’ Conference
My correct address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now that I have your correct email address, I forwarded you the
email about possibly being a guest speaker at our Young Authors’
Conference. I also sent it by fax this morning. Please let me know
if you received the email or fax. I look forward to hearing from you
It looks as though we’ve missed you again this year. The Kansas Library Association annual conference begins Oct. 9 (my birthday!) through Oct. 11. It appears you’ll be in New York. I hoped we could persuade you to join us on Oct. 9. This year the conference is held in conjunction with the school librarians conference, so we’ll have a large audience. I don’t have authority to schedule speakers beyond Oct. 9, but would be happy to send your info on to the conference planner for the days following the 9th. It would be so great if you could present! Please let me know. Thanks and take care, Wendy
Thank you for being in touch. You might want to follow up using my e-mail address at DavidLHarrison1@att.net. I’m considering the possibility of going to NYC before the Honesdale Poetry Workshop and going to Kansas City afterward. Maybe there’s a chance of working something out.