This September 2008 the second season of Writing for Everyday Living television program begins. Join educator, author, public speaker, and host Anna Tomasino for the second season of this popular educational series, which provides viewers with practical tips for all aspects of writing needed in daily life. Viewers will be engaged by Tomasino’s motivational instruction delivered in her friendly, witty, charismatic, and down-to-Earth style. Each show provides thoughtful suggestions, clear guidelines, and useful resources. Special segments include: “Today’s Focus: Tip Sheet,” “Honoring Your Voice,” and the “Editing Corner: Quick Editing Tip.” Upcoming programs include guest speakers, interviews with both local and national authors, and so much more.
About her mission and writing philosophy, Anna Tomasino states, “My goal is to provide practical writing tips and tools. I truly believe that everyone’s voice is vital and needs to be honored through communication. It’s important to be patient with the writing process and to begin . . . Write Now!” Tomasino reminds viewers to think of Rousseau’s words: “However great a man’s natural talent may be, the art of writing cannot be learned all at once.”
Air Dates and Times:
Staten Island, New York: Time Warner’s Staten Island CTV: Check local listings. Others Cities to be announced. Check local listings. Broadcast on the World Wide Web. Log on and view at www.annatomasino.net
Brief Bio for Host Anna Tomasino:
Educator, author, public speaker, television host, and producer Anna Tomasino has a multifaceted career: she has published three books (Discovering Popular Culture, Music and Culture, and Essay 33: Non-Fiction Reflections Upon the Self and Society) co-authored a handbook; contributed to books, including the Encyclopedia of Film and Religion; writes and hosts Writing for Everyday Living. She has been teaching Composition and English Literature at The City University of New York (CUNY) for almost a decade, and currently teaches at the College of Staten Island. Tomasino is a frequent speaker/workshop leader, guest on radio, television, and Internet broadcasts, she has recently completed her first novel.
Brief Bio for Producer Jason Recevuto:
Assistant Executive Director (SICTV) and awarding-winning producer Jason Recevuto has produced and directed over 300 notable lifestyle programs: Health: The Mind in Motion, Community Health Update, Relay for Life; Elderview Talk Show; Community: Police Update and “D’Agostino and Associates Free Consultation; Music: Big Guy / Big Guitar; Financial: Mortgage Notes with Peach Haddock; Educational: Writing for Everyday Living; Life, Love, and Philosophy; The Thinking Mind; and, the award-winning children’s program The King Henry Show. Contact Jason Recevuto at firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: www.1029Productions.com.
More Information / To Suggest Show Topics / To Be a Guest on the Show:
Log onto to www.annatomasino.net: The multimedia experience Website provides special sections including writing tools, recommended books, media clips, complete biography, and so much more. If you would like to interview Anna Tomasino and/or book her as a guest speaker, she can be reached at: email@example.com.