Thursday, January 19, 2012

Coming Monday: author interview to air on WSNC

       The tragedy that befell Marshall University on November 14, 1970 is well known and will be a forever fascinating part of college football history. But what’s been revealed up until now contains a number of missing links.
       Craig T.Greenlee’s newly-released November Ever After fills that void; with the details only a seasoned journalist could dig up, and with the reverence only someone personally touched by the tragedy could deliver.
       Greenlee, a former defensive back at Marshall, discusses his memoir with host Calvin Patterson on the radio talk show Empowering YOU. The half-hour program will air on Monday, January 23 at 7 p.m. on WSNC-FM 90.5. The program will be available on the Internet as a live stream broadcast. Go to the WSNC web site click on “Listen to WSNC Live Online”, then choose from the following listening formats: mp3, iPhone, Android or Blackberry.
       Here's a sampling of what Patterson and Greenlee will talk about:.
  • Significance of the plane crash;
  • The racial climate on Marshall’s campus and the impact of the tragedy on race relations;
  • The author’s satisfaction in accurately portraying aspects of the Marshall tragedy that have never been addressed -- until now.
        Tune in on Monday night and discover more about November Ever After. It’s a story whose time has finally come. WSNC is a National Public Radio affiliate located on the campus of Winston-Salem State University (North Carolina).

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