Show Notes – Final Thoughts with John Thomas Grant

Following are some notes on items that were mentioned during the 4 October 2012 Fieldstone Common interview with photographer John Thomas Grant, author of Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone.

The podcast of the interview is now available.

You can learn more about John Thomas Grant at his website and you can follow him on his blog, Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

John is involved a joint business venture called The Passion Projects with Lisa Griffiths.

John and Lisa are both busy working on upcoming books.

Lisa will be publishing International Steampunk Fashions in January 2013 and another called The Fashionable Victorians and Edwardians.

John and Lisa are also working on a television show called All Things Victorian.

John is working on a number of projects including two civil war books – one which is a collection of civil war letters and the other on a 12 year old civil war soldier.  He also has in the works two more cemetery photography books called The  American Cemetery and  Death in Color.

John currently is exhibiting in two Gallery Shows:

The Cahoon Museum of American Art
4676 Falmouth Road
Cotuit, Massachusetts
Exhibiting until Oct. 28, 2012

The Vanover Fine Arts Gallery
49 East Main Street
Springville, New York
Exhibiting until Nov. 3, 2012

Schiffer Books, the publisher of Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone, donated a copy that was given as a door prize during the live show. A big thank you to Schiffer Books for  their generosity!

Press play below to listen to the podcast.

Copyright 2012-2013 Marian Pierre-Louis

Final Thoughts with John Thomas Grant is Now a Podcast

Final Thoughts with John Thomas Grant now available as a podcast
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The most recent episode of Fieldstone Common featuring photographer John Thomas Grant speaking about his book Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone is now available as a podcast.

The podcast can be played through the computer using your default media player (click play below) or downloaded to iTunes (also below).

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Copyright 2012-2013 Marian Pierre-Louis

Upcoming in October on Fieldstone Common Radio

Be sure to mark your calendar. We’ll be giving away some great books during the live broadcasts of Fieldstone Common.

4 Oct 2012 at 1pm EST

Final Thought: Eternal Beauty in Stone with John Thomas Grant. John interprets and connects with history through the camera lens. He reminds us that the past resides with us, sometimes forgotten and sometimes celebrated.  Join us as we talk with John Thomas Grant about his book, Final Thoughts.

11 Oct 2012 at 1pm EST

Legends and Lore of Sleepy Hollow and the Hudson Valley with Jonathan Kruk. Beyond Sleepy Hollow are tales of an imp that causes mischief, a white lady that haunts Ravens Rock and the ghost of Major Andre. Storyteller Jonathan Kruk shares the lore of the Hudson Valley.

18 Oct 2012 at 1pm EST

Witchcraft Prosecution: Chasing the Devil in Connecticut with Richard G. Tomlinson.  Connecticut’s colonial settlers feared witches. In England where the prosecution of witches was rising to its peak, and they were anxious about the possible threats to their new settlements that witchcraft might represent. Dick Tomlinson presents the evolution of witchcraft prosecution in Connecticut from 1642 to its disappearance in the early 1700s.
25Oct 2012 at 1pm EST

Murdered by His Wife with Deborah NavasIn March 1778, Joshua Spooner, a wealthy gentleman farmer was beaten to death and his body stuffed down a well. Four people were hanged for the crime: two British soldiers, a young Continental soldier, and Spooner’s wife, Bathsheba, who was charged with instigating the murder.Come hear a story of 18th century murder.
Copyright 2012-2013 Marian Pierre-Louis

Final Thoughts with John Thomas Grant

photo from Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone
by John Thomas Grant

Listen in to Fieldstone Common this week as host Marian Pierre-Louis talks to John Thomas Grant, author of Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone.

Photographer, Author, John Thomas Grant’s conceptualization of Final Thoughts was the consequence of the unraveling of some old letters, a personal journey in search of his family roots, and the chance meeting with a young man in a small New England town.

John interprets and connects with history through the camera lens. He reminds us that the past resides with us, sometimes forgotten and sometimes celebrated. The unique quality of John’s photos blends the past and the present together showing they are inseparably entwined.

Join us as we talk with John Thomas Grant about his book, his beautiful interpretation through photography and the impact it has had on his life and that of his readers.

LIVE: THURSDAY, 4 OCTOBER 2012 at 1:00pm EST 

Copyright 2012-2013 Marian Pierre-Louis