Cuba is one of the hot, trendy travel destinations for Americans and in his feature-length documentary film, Cuba, Libre?, Tales Told From The Road publisher, Dick Jordan, traces the history of travel to that so-near-yet-so-far-for-so-long Caribbean island from the early decades of the 20th century to the present day.
On Sunday, July 17, 2016, Jordan and fellow travel writers Monica Mary Conrady, Lee Daley, and M.J. Pramik, who appear in Jordan’s Cuba documentary, discuss the film, and travels to Cuba and other places, yesterday with Melinda Adams, host of the two-hour long “Lilycat on Stuff” show on San Francisco’s FCC Free Radio.
You can listen to the podcast of the show on the Tales Told From The Road SoundCloud Channel.
(Thanks to Linda Watanbe McFerrin of Left Coast Writers for arranging the appearance of Dick Jordan and his colleagues on the “Lilycat on Stuff” show. Left Coast Writers members, who pen books, articles and stories covering a wide-range of literary genres, are guests on that FCC Free Radio show on one Sunday each month.)