Burned: A Memoir: An Oprah Magazine Great Read

Burned: A Memoir : An Oprah Magazine Great Read
Re-Published:
     August 3, 2016

Teaching Private Retirement Workshops at my home.
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Atlas Upstairs Blog:
"Discussion with Louise Nayer on her forthcoming memoir, Burned"
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April 2010 Issue
Reading Room Section
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January 2017

Burned: A Memoir - Reading
- Great Good Place
in Oaklank, CA
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February 2017

Burned: A Memoir - Reading
- SFPL Glen Park
in San Francisco, CA
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Memoir - Class
- The Grotto
in San Francisco, CA
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Date to be anounced 2017

Burned: A Memoir - Reading
- St. Aidan's
in San Francisco, CA
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Memoir - Class
- Olli Program
in Berkley, CA
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Upcoming Appearances


Appearances


Previous Readings

Readings of my work -- Poetry and prose -- at venues across the country including

Bay Area:
Outside of Bay Area:
  • University of Buffalo
  • Erie Community College
  • At numerous coffee houses and bookstores in New York and Oregon

Previous Media Work

  • WCAI Woodhole, Louise Nayer interview with Mindy Todd, 2010.
  • NPR Forum Discussion, Louise Nayer and Laura Nadar on Rituals with Spencer Michels, forum discusses rituals -- from spiritual, family, religious, cultural, political, to civic rituals -- and beyond, March 29, 2002, 9:00 am.
  • Two interviews on forum, National Public Radio with Spencer Michels and Angie Coiro -- talking about How to Bury a Goldfish, 2001
  • Forty interviews on radio stations across the country including WSBM radio, Providence Rhode Island, WBAA (NPR affiliate), Indianapolis, and KYW, Philadelphia, 2000-2001
  • One of the hosts of Surreal Journal, KALW, San Francisco, a National Public Radio Affiliate, 1981-83
  • T.V. show host of San Francisco Surreal Journal on cable T.V., 1983
  • Radio show host for "Two Women" produced with funding from the California Arts Council
  • Host of radio show for Readings by Poets on SUNY in Buffalo, 1974