Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Inspiration Imagination and Invention with Simon Rose 12/07 by WorldOfInkNetwork | Blog Talk Radio

This show examines the use of inspiration, imagination and invention while making use of real personalities and events, and the need for accurate historical research. This month's show features Joan Galat, author of the best selling and award winning Dot to Dot in the Sky series. These books encompass sky science and storytelling, revealing astronomy facts as well as the myths and legends ancient cultures used to explain celestial mysteries. 

Guest: Joan Marie Galat who was offered her first writing job after receiving an honorable mention in an Edmonton Journal writing contest at age 13.

Now Joan is the author of the best selling and award winning Dot to Dot in the Sky series. These books encompass sky science and storytelling, revealing astronomy facts as well as the myths and legends ancient cultures used to explain celestial mysteries. Published by Scholastic Canada, Whitecap Books, Nelson Education, Capstone Press, and others, her latest books explore black holes, supernovas, and the discovery of longitude.

Joan also operates MoonDot Media, an Edmonton-area communications business offering writing and editing solutions in broadcast, print, and multi-media. She edits the quarterly Advocate magazine and enjoys promoting her passions—books, literacy, and Canadian creators. Her website at www.joangalat.com contains additional author information.

Listen to the show here:
Inspiration Imagination and Invention with Simon Rose 12/07 by WorldOfInkNetwork | Blog Talk Radio

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