Lights, camera . . . talk!

Normally, I can't stand to see myself on TV, and I go out of my way to avoid such appearances. I've got a good face for radio.

But recently, speeches I gave at SouthWest Writers have been videotaped and put on YouTube. I have to admit, I got a kick out of watching myself give these talks. It's the same high-speed patter I use in my teaching at the University of New Mexico, but usually I'm on the inside looking out.

The more recent talk, which was on the writing life and being a full-time author, has been on YouTube since June: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d96E8HQXgs0

The other one was taped last fall at SWW's self-publishing conference. It's here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5v8GwMm1MM

Each of these talks lasts less than an hour, and they're full of good information as well as the occasional laugh line. (There's a cross in the background because SWW meets at a church. That'll make you watch your language, even on a Saturday.)

Hope you enjoy them!

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