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Published on May 10, 2014
What do fishing and creative writing have in common? In his playful and personal TEDxMonterey talk, award winning freelance writer Brad Herzog shares some of his favorite stories and best kept secrets for pursuing and catching great ideas. Brad Herzog has a four-headed writing career. The Pacific Grove resident is the author of more than 30 books for children, including a new five-book nonfiction series about character in sports. He has also written a trilogy of travel memoirs, which that the American Book Review has deemed "the new classics of American travel writing." His latest book is the co-authored memoirs of civil rights icon Carolyn Goodman.
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