Among the special guests at this year's Colorado Gold conference is Sara Dahmen, whose is heading to Denver from Wisconsin to teach a master class called “All the Secrets – An In-Depth Guide on Book to Film.”
On the podcast, Sara talks about her Flats Junction historical fiction series, which has already been opted for multiple feature films and is in production.
To say the least, Sara’s world is unique.
In addition to writing, she is a metalsmith of vintage and modern cookware and manufactures pure metal kitchenware in her garage in Port Washington. Sara has published over 100 articles as a contributing editor, has written for "Edible" and "Root + Bone," among others, and spoke at TEDx Rapid City. Her non-fiction book on cookware, FLAME, is due out in Spring 2020 (William Morrow/Harper Collins).
When not sewing authentic clothing for 1830’s reenactments, she can be found hitting tin and copper at her apprenticeship with a master smith, reading the Economist, and spending time with her husband and three children.
We chatted with Sara as she sat on the shores of Lake Michigan keeping an eye on those three children.
Sara Dahmen's website
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Outro by Dan-o-Songs
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