Today at 10:45 a.m. CT I’ll be on Ozarks Public Radio KSMU, interviewed by phone by an old friend, Michele Skalicky . This is part of an ongoing celebration for reaching my 100th published book and I’m grateful to everyone at KSMU for this opportunity. The station is located on the campus of Missouri State University and reaches 40,000 listeners on a weekly basis. View the numerous ways you can listen to NPR and KSMU on the web or from your phone. Or manually load the streaming links into your favorite mobile app.
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From your radio, hear KSMU in the following cities on these channels:
KSMU: 91.1 FM – Springfield
KSMS: 90.5 FM – Point Lookout/Branson
KSMW: 90.3 FM – West Plains
K204FX: 88.7 FM – Mountain Grove
k255AH: 98.9 FM – Joplin
K279AD: 103.7 FM – Neosho
I hope to talk about the 100th book itself, EMPOWERING STUDENT’S KNOWLEDGE OF VOCABULARY: LEARNING HOW LANGUAGE WORKS, co-written with Mary Jo Fresch and published by National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE), but I’ll be happy to talk about writing in general.