Soon-to-be Wayzgoose special guest Amos Paul Kennedy will be on CBC Radio's Maritime Noon tomorrow. CBC describes the program as:
"Ever dream of walking out of the 9 to 5 job, ditching the corporate world, and setting off on a bold new course doing something you truly love. Amos Paul Kennedy Junior did just that, in a most curious way: the Alabama man became a letterpress artist, turning out whimsical posters infused with wisdom and hilarity. His work is currently on display in Halifax. Never has a man in overalls been such an unforgettable example of a life lived fully and without regret. Amos Paul Kennedy is our guest as we ask 'What do you want to do with the rest of your life?'"
You can catch the program on-line by visiting CBC Radio's site and selecting the Halifax station between noon and 1:00 pm Atlantic Time.
Thanks to our co-hosts at NSCAD for arranging this public radio shin-dig for Amos.
ANDREW STEEVES ¶ PRINTER & PUBLISHER