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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Samantha Dunn. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Samantha Dunn, often where they are interviewed.

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6 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Samantha Dunn. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Samantha Dunn, often where they are interviewed.

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Samantha Dunn Forest Dwellers Disco Episode 3

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In this episode we speak with Samantha Dunn who says she loves being part of the Dandenong Ranges community and is a passionate advocate in community and environmental matters.

She鈥檚 been a 3 term Yarra Ranges Shire Councillor, and also served a term in the Victorian Parliament. She has been on a number of boards and is a champion of good governance, integrity and open and transparent decision making and most importantly environment.

She has also led extensive community engagement campaigns during her time in local government and the state parliament. Samantha has campaigned on forests for nearly two decades, passionate about environmental protection, including biodiversity, water security, climate change, air quality, tourism and recreation.

She currently works in the disability sector in an organisation whose work is based on therapeutic horticulture and nature based therapies.

She loves music and has from a very young age, has long supported the creative community in the hills and dedicates much of her time inspiring others to love nature.

馃摳 Samantha Dunn with Mary Tonkin at her exhibition at Burrinja.

Jul 29 202056mins
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Author Samantha Dunn on Writing, Memoir, and Life During the Coronavirus

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Our beloved writing teacher and brilliant writer Samantha Dunn chats finds time to chat with us while running a magazine, teaching writing, working on a new memoir, and home schooling her delightful son. She is funny, engaging, smart, and highly entertaining. Plus she reads from her work-in-progress, a treat you won't want to miss.聽
Samantha Dunn is the executive editor of Coast Magazine, and the author of several books including the novel Failing Paris and a bestselling memoir, Not By Accident: Reconstructing a Careless Life. Sam鈥檚 work is anthologized in a number of places, including the short story anthology, Women on the Edge: Writing from Los Angeles, which she co-edited. She is a member of the Writers Guild of America and teaches at Chapman University. She also directs Writers Camp at Esalen Institute in Big Sur.
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Apr 07 202043mins

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Samantha Dunn: Bricks and Feathers

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In her spellbinding, bestselling memoir, Not By Accident: Reconstructing a Careless Life, Samantha Dunn tells of her horrific injury when her horse inadvertently trampled her, nearly cutting off her leg, severing bones, vital muscles, and veins. Her physical recovery was not the only healing she required. The accident illuminated that Sam had long been leading a life full of risk-taking and injury to both her body and her heart. Here鈥檚 the story about how Samantha got back on the horse, literally and figuratively, healing her psychic wounds and broken relationships along with her body.
Mar 25 202038mins
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Episode 1: Nicole Suydam and Samantha Dunn

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In this first episode, Nicole Suydam will share her story and how she came into the world of nonprofits. She is interviewed by her friend, renowned journalist and editor of COAST Magazine, Samantha Dunn. They dive into Nicole's history, the path that brought her here, they find many similarities in their journeys, and discuss what they are most excited about for the future. Welcome to Sharing Goodwill!
Jul 23 201933mins
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205 - Amy Wallen with Samantha Dunn

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A live recording of our educational podcast聽The How, The Why聽with Amy Wallen and guest moderator Samantha Dunn. Amy E. Wallen聽is Associate Director at the New York State Writers Institute and聽teaches creative writing at the University of California, San Diego Extension. Her first novel, Moon Pies and聽Movie Stars, was a Los Angeles Times bestseller.聽When We Were Ghouls, releases in Spring 2018. Her essays have been published in The Gettysburg Review, The Normal School, Country Living and other national magazines and anthologies. Samantha Dunn is an editor at Coast Magazine. Her debut novel, Failing Paris, was a finalist for the PEN Center Fiction Award. Her memoir,聽Not By Accident: Reconstructing a Careless Life聽rose to bestseller lists in Los Angeles and San Francisco and聽her second memoir,聽Faith in Carlos Gomez,聽has been in production at聽聽Lifetime Television. Sam鈥檚 work is widely anthologized, including the short story collection,聽Women on the Edge: Writing from Los Angeles,聽which she co-edited. Her聽essays have appeared in numerous national publications such as O (Oprah) Magazine, Ms.,聽and聽Salon.聽She teaches in the UCLA Extension Writers Program and at the Idyllwild Arts Academy. 聽 聽 1888 Center programs are recorded and archived as a free educational resource on our website or with your favorite podcast app including Apple and Spotify.聽Each episode is designed to provide a unique platform for industry innovators to share stories about art, literature, music, history, science, or technology. Produced in partnership with Brew Sessions. Producers: Jon-Barrett Ingels and Kevin Staniec Manager: Sarah Becker Host: Samantha Dunn Guest: Amy Wallen Audio: Brew Sessions Live

Jun 01 201842mins
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179 - Samantha Dunn

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Samantha Dunn is an editor at Coast Magazine. Sam鈥檚 work is widely anthologized, including the short story collection, Women on the Edge: Writing from Los Angeles, which she co-edited. Her essays have appeared in numerous national publications such as O (Oprah) Magazine, Ms., and Salon. Her debut novel, Failing Paris, was a finalist for the PEN Center Fiction Award. Her memoir, Not By Accident: Reconstructing a Careless Life rose to bestseller lists in Los Angeles and San Francisco and her second memoir, Faith in Carlos Gomez, has been in production at Lifetime Television. She teaches in the UCLA Extension Writers Program and at the Idyllwild Arts Academy. Producer: Jon-Barrett Ingels and Kevin Staniec Manager: Sarah Becker Host: Jon-Barrett Ingels Guest: Samantha Dunn Audio: Brew Sessions Live Photo: Arthur Pham

Mar 05 201839mins