Gene Amole Lisa talks with longtime Rocky Mountain News columnist Gene Amole about his impending death, and the diary he's been keeping for readers in the pages of the newspaper. His columns have been published in three anthologies. The first one was titled Morning. It was followed by Amole Again and Amole One More Time. Editor John Temple also talks about what it's been like publishing this series. For more information about Gene Amole and to read his columns and reader response go to http://www.rockymountainnews.com.
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Lisa talks with longtime Rocky Mountain News columnist Gene Amole about his impending death, and the diary he's been keeping for readers in the pages of the newspaper. His columns have been published in three anthologies. The first one was titled Morning. It was followed by Amole Again and Amole One More Time. Editor John Temple also talks about what it's been like publishing this series. For more information about Gene Amole and to read his columns and reader response go to http://www.rockymountainnews.com.