In the Media - R. Paul Williamson

Print & Web Media

Elephant Journal: elephantjournal.com is your guide to what we like to call ‘the mindful life’: yoga, organics, sustainability, genuine spirituality, conscious consumerism, fair fashion, the contemplative arts…anything that helps us to live a good life that also happens to be good for others, and our planet. Read R. Paul's full article by clicking the following link:
To Be or Not To Be: Energy Is the Question. ~ R. Paul Williamson

Upcoming & Recent Radio Interviews
 
TopicBroadcast Date & TimeWhere to ListenDetails
Interview May 31
10:45 am
Denver KLZ
Interview June 1
9:00 AM MDT
Lifestyle Radio
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
June 5
7 AM MT
One for The Money
Michael Stein
KWAM-AM 990
www.kwam990.com
Listen to the podcast here
Mike Stein discusses today’s financial problems and opportunities. You get his expertise and that of his professional guests from the financial world. 
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
June 6, 2012
7:30 PM ET
Business Talk Radio Network
Gabriel Wisdom
www.businesstalkradio.net
Listen to the postcast here
The Gabe Wisdom Show is heard on radio stations across the US! To find a station near you just click the link below & type in your zip code!
http://www.businesstalkradio.net
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Friday, June 8th
10:00 AM

Go Green Radio
Listen here
Jill Buck
Download the podcast here

This weekly program encourages green living and environmental stewardship. Seeks to promote sustainable lifestyle choices to ensure a high quality of life for future generations. 

Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Sunday, June 10, 2012
6:30 PM MT

Life Matters with Larry Bofman
KKNT-AM 960
www.kknt960.com
Download the pocast here

 Life Matters with Larry Bofman is an advocacy show for the public. Guests include policy makers, insurance industry insiders, representatives of public interest groups, business owners, service providers & journalists.

Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
8:05 AM MT/ 10:05 AM ET
WOCA-AM 1370
Ocala, FL
Larry Whitler & Robin MacBlane
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Sunday, June 24, 2012
2 PM MT
Expert Access Radio
Jay McKeever
www.55krc.com
The show features live, in-depth interviews with business leaders & best-selling authors from around the world. They’ll share their ideas, information, insights & inspirational stories to help listeners in their life of business or their business of life. 
 Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
July 8
2-3PM MDT
Liberty Watch
www.libertywatchradio.com
Upcoming Interviews (Airdate - To Be Announced)
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
4 PM MT/2 PM ET
Airdate TBD
Sirius XM Satellite Radio Network
Armstrong Williams
www.rightsidewire.com
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Friday, June 1, 2012
7:05 AM MT
Airdate TBD
Sirius XM Satellite Radio Network
People, Money, Life
Ms Taylor Thomas
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
11 Am MT/10 AM PT
Airdate TBD
Issues Today Radio Network
Bob Gourley
Imagine...
There's No Oil
(It Isn't Hard to Do)
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
11 AM MT/10 AM PT
Airdate TBD
Issues With Walt Shaw
Walt Shaw
www.khtkam.com
 
Issues Today is heard on over 188 stations across the US.
To find a station near you just follow the link below & scroll down to your state!
http://www.issuestodayradio.com
 
Past Media Appearances

• National Hydrogen Association Presentation, Los Angeles, Hydrogen Safety
• Fuel Cell Partnership, Department of Transportation, Hydrogen powered, magnetic levitation
public rapid transit, Sacramento
• Department of Defense, Missile Defense Command, Program Presenter and Developer
• Purdue University, Indiana, Hydrogen Safety
• Kansas Association of Engineers, Advanced Alternative Energy Presentation, Kansas City
• Montana State Legislature Energy, Helena, MT, Hydrogen Economy
• University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Hydrogen Safety
• FastTracks, Denver CO, Monorail System
• West Virginia University, Morgantown, Hydrogen Conversion Systems
• Montana State-wide Hydrogen Economy Education Seminars
• College Corner Host, Radio Network, Virginia
• Education Today TV Host, North Carolina
• Personal Finance Cable Show Host, Denver
• Bobby Likus Car Clinic, Advanced Transportation Energy Interviewee and Reporter, Daytona
• Radio Program Host, Public Broadcasting, Vermillion SD
• National Host, First National Educational Satellite Teleconference, Association of Educational Media, Denver
• National Public Television VIDSAT Developer, WQED, Pittsburgh
• Group W Westinghouse Broadcasting, Satellite Distribution System, Pittsburgh
• U.S. Department of Energy Clean Cities Program, Morgantown, Board Interface
• Mariah Wind Energy Development Corp. Board Interface

In the Media - Karin Mesa

Award-winning author Karin Mesa talks with the Studio 10 Morning Show team about her book,
her love of illustrations, and what the Mom's Choice Awards means to her.

Download Karin Mesa's interview here

In the Media - Paul Kendel

Lawrence King interviews Paul and reviews Walking the Tiger's Path. Read the review below:

Walking the Tiger’s Path: A Soldier’s Spiritual Journey in Iraq puts you on the ground with National Guardsman Paul M. Kendel as he faces roadside bombs, ambush, and potential suicide bombers while patrolling the “Triangle of Death” outside Baghdad in 2005. Already familiar with the Middle East through travel and study, he’s acutely aware of the local people and culture around him—in a way that many American soldiers are not. As his friends start dying and the other soldiers grow embittered toward the Iraqis, he struggles to maintain his humanity and sense of compassion with his finger on the trigger.

Impulsively sending an email to the Shambhala Buddhist community, he makes a connection with an instructor, Margot Neuman, and they begin a correspondence that provides him with advice and spiritual teachings. Literally Sgt. Kendel discovers and contemplates spiritual teachings with a gun in his hands, as he makes his way through the blood-soaked, cratered landscape of a war zone. When he returns to America, he finds that his “ordinary” life is not immune to death and suffering either, affirming the principles he’s been learning and the need for compassion. In the end, he comes to a heartening place of peace and clarity.

An unusual story, Walking the Tiger’s Path combines a compelling, quick-reading, gritty military narrative with a voyage of spiritual discovery centered on principles of eastern religion. There are few, if any, stories like it in modern Buddhist literature. At the same time, it fits into the realm of classic war memoir, replete with the details of battle and the modern soldier’s life, told in a voice by turns humane, humorous, sarcastic, and thoughtful. The most natural audiences for his book, therefore, would be anyone interested in spirituality and eastern religion, as well as those interested in war stories and American military history in Iraq.

Sgt. Kendel spent three years in the Army and twenty in the National Guard. He has two master’s degrees, in anthropology and in middle-eastern history, and currently teaches high school in Jacksonville, Florida.

Listen to Paul's interview with Lawrence King on his Talk Show at Artist First Radio Network here.


Paul M. Kendel Interview: Walking the Tiger’s Path:
A Soldier’s Spiritual Journey in Iraq
KGNU's Hemispheres w/ host Joe Richey
http://www.kgnu.org/hemispheres

While serving in Iraq with the Georgia National Guard, a fill-unit between the 10th Mountain Division and the 101st Airborne Division, Staff Sergeant Paul M. Kendel became a student of the Shambhala Teachings, presumed to have been handed down from an ancient Himalayan kingdom.

His correspondence with Buddhist teachers and Shambhala practitioners in Boulder, Colorado, proved as transformative as formative. The letters and his account of his Iraq experience have resulted in both a unique war story and spiritual memoir. Walking the Tiger’s Path: A Soldier’s Spiritual Journey in Iraq will be released in September 2011, from Tendril Press.


In February 2009 Paul shared his experience in Iraq with the Shambhala Times. Read Paul's interview with Paul Allen in the Shambhala Times Community News here.
And listen to Paul's Colorado Public Radio interview 'Finding Peace in a War Zone' with Veterans Peace of Mind Project founder Margot Neuman here.

In the Media - Educating America

 

Read what Angela Watson has to say about Educating America

 

Angela Watson, from The Cornerstone, featured Educating America in her website article Volunteers and Aides. Here is an excerpt of what she had to say:

 

One of the most remarkable things about this book is that its advice applies equally well to teachers, parents, volunteers, para-professionals, and other classroom assistants (the first part of the book contains more general strategies, with separate chapters written “mostly” for each type of classroom worker.) Educating America tackles tricky topics from setting expectations to monitoring student progress. The advice goes far beyond common sense stuff and provides genuinely useful tips that you can tell are effective in real classrooms.

 

You can read the full article here.


Awards

September 7, 2011

Creative Child magazine has awarded Educating America: 101 Strategies for Adult Assistants in K-8 Classrooms it's 2011Preferred Choice Award in the category of Teaching Aids. For further information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Press Releases

BOOK LAUNCH Article:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Local Author Launches Guide on Volunteerism:

Ideas to Insure No Child is Left Behind

EDMONDS, Washington -- August 30, 2011-- Paddy Eger invites educators, school volunteers and interested community members to the launch of her book. Educating America: 101 Strategies for Adult Assistants in K-8 Classrooms is written as a guide for adults working with students.

This celebration of volunteerism on Friday, Sept.16 runs from 4:30-7:00 at Maplewood K-8 School. The address: 8500 200th St SW in Edmonds. Attendees are invited meet the author, talk with educators and volunteers as well as purchase the book.  Light refreshments will be served.

Reduced funding, increased class size and testing are today's big issues in education. When volunteers step up and step into classrooms, they support teachers and students while off-setting the issues. The book provides numerous easy-to-use strategies to enhance volunteers time with students.

 

Educating America: 101 Strategies for Adult Assistants in K-8 Classrooms is available at the book launch, in bookstores, online and through www.paddyeger.com.

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An electronic press kit is available at www.paddyeger.com

Permission to reprint:

Journalists, newsletters publishers, bloggers and others: you may reprint any 10 tips of your choice from the book as long as you include ordering information. Email me at www.paddyeger.com for further queries or information.

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Award-winning author Karin Mesa talks with the Studio 10 Morning Show team about her book, her love of illustrations, and what the Mom's Choice Awards means to her. Watch the interview here.