Anita Garner is a lifelong broadcaster and writer, raised in the Deep South, where she traveled and performed with her evangelist family’s musical group, The Joneses, at tent revivals and churches and radio stations. (www.thegloryroad.com)
She hosted shows in several cities and a nationally syndicated weekly radio entertainment special. She spent decades as the female voice for KCET-TV, PBS in Hollywood.
Anita won a John Steinbeck short story award for “Hank Williams Was A Friend Of Mine” and a Marin County artist’s grant for the project. Her short story, “Still Life” is included in the Saturday Evening Post’s Great American Fiction compilation, 2015. Anita’s essay about a slice of life in a small Arkansas town appeared recently in Reminisce Magazine
She writes often about the Deep South and food and music and posts at http://theagingofaquarius.com/