Jama Kehoe Bigger is the Executive Director of the non-profit Midwest Writers Workshop, Inc., which offers opportunities for all writers, aspiring and accomplished, to improve their craft and achieve their publishing goals in a welcoming community. She has been involved in the planning, growth, and success of MWW for 35 years.
She blogs at www.jamakehoebigger.com and has created Happy Day Moments on Facebook.
She is the author of an autobiographical book, Then Came A Miracle, and her freelance writing has appeared in newspapers and magazines. A graduate of Ball State University with B.A. and M.A. degrees in English, she taught freshman composition courses there for many years before starting a successful business, Bigger Writing Services, which she operated for twenty-five years. She also taught a summer course, Literary Citizenship in a Digital Age, for Ball State English students who then served as interns and assistants to the literary agents at the writers’ conference.
Episode | July 23rd, 2019 | 31 mins 48 secs
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On this episode of Good Girl Gone Boss, we talk about Angie becoming an ordained minister, we interview Jama Kehoe Bigger of the Midwest Writers Workshop then have fun remembering our time working in radio.