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ABOUT THIS EPISODE
On Episode 39 of Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast, we talk with author Teresa Funke about historical fiction, oral history, the art of conversation, and why it matters more than ever to preserve the stories of the WWII generation.
Teresa Funke is an award-winning author of numerous books based on true-life stories from the WWII era. She is the owner of Teresa Funke & Company and Victory House Press. She is also a nationwide speaker offering keynotes and presentations and a popular writer’s coach.
This episode was recorded September 26, 2017. Host: Kevin Farkas. Guest: Teresa Funke. Audiography: Kevin Farkas. Music (available at Soundcloud.com): Dave Delightman (“A Whisper Across the Sand”), Spiffy Man (“Farewell, ft. Progley”), Sweetwave Audio (“Free Ambient Loop”). ©Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.
ABOUT THE PODCAST
The Veteran Voices: The Oral History Podcast features conversations with those who tell veterans’ stories in creative and interesting ways, such as oral historians, authors, poets, playwrights, and photographers. This podcast is a production of The Social Voice Project, Inc., dedicated to understanding the voices and stories of our lives through the first-hand, authentic accounts of lived experiences we call oral histories. The podcast was formerly produced by the Veteran Voices of Pittsburgh Oral History Initiative, a veteran-run, award-winning 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Host Kevin Farkas is a US Navy veteran and independent multimedia producer specializing in creative sound design and audio engineering. He has produced several audiobooks, radio dramas, live storytelling events, a podcast network, videos, as well as print and digital media publications.
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