May 2, 2020
(This interview was initially released January 3, 2020. )
Diann Schindler interviews awarding winning author Paula Stone Tucker: "Surviving: A Kent State Memoir."
Paula Stone Tucker was 30 yards in front of the National Guard when they fired into a crowd of students on May 4, 1970 at Kent State University. A retired clinical psychologist, she worked with families, couples, and survivors of trauma and abuse. In her younger days she was a reporter for the Akron Beacon Journal and the Daily Kent Stater. She grew up in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and graduated from Kent State University. She splits her time between northeast Ohio and The Villages, Florida where she writes, plays the flute and is learning to play golf. Her first book, Surviving: A Kent State Memoir, is the Silver Medal Award winner in the Memoir and Biography category of the Florida Writers Association 2019 Literary Award Competition. She is available for interviews.
You can contact her at paulastonetucker.com, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Facebook at Paula Tucker, Author. She looks forward to hearing from you and reading your reviews.
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Midroll music is "Tiny People" by Alexei De Bronhe.
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