Ricardo C. Ainslie & Jennifer Rehnay

Please join us Wednesday 10.16.13 for another edition of Writing on the Air. We broadcast every Wednesday from 6-7 pm. You can catch us on your local Austin 91.7 FM KOOP radio station, or you can stream us LIVE on KOOP.org.

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For this show, we have two completely different writers, Ricardo C. Ainslie, author of The Fight to Save Juarez: Life in the Heart of Mexico's Drug War, and Jennifer Rehnay, author of The Last Seraph.

Listen to the Interview.

A native of Mexico City, Ricardo Ainslie is an award-winning psychologist-psychoanalyst who uses books, documentary films, and photographic exhibits to capture and depict subjects of social and cultural interest. His books include Long Dark Road: Bill King and Murder In Jasper, Texas; The Psychology of Twinship; and No Dancin’ In Anson: An American Story of Race and Social Change. His films include The Mystery of Consciousness; Ya Basta! Kidnapped in Mexico; Looking North: Mexican Images of Immigration; and Crossover: A Story of Desegregation. Ainslie teaches at the University of Texas at Austin and also has a private practice with adult patients. - See more about his new book, The Fight to Save Juarez: Life in the Heart of Mexico's Drug War.

Learn more about Ricardo by visiting his website RicardoAinslie.com.

Jennifer Rehnay is an artist, a writer, and a gamer. In 2006, Jennifer enrolled in the Savannah College of Art and Design because she heard normal universities required math classes. She graduated a year early and, after working for small advertising companies for several years, decided to pursue her dream of writing fantasy. Inspired by fantasy and video games, Jennifer has always had a passion for epic stories. Her first book, "The Last Seraph", was published in early 2013.

You can learn more about Jennifer by visiting her website, JenniferRehnay.com.

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