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Congratulations to Lee Foster, whose life as an author is the subject of a half-hour TV show in the Get Lit TV Series hosted by Peter Crooks, editor of Diablo magazine, for Walnut Creek TV. The program airs locally in California and can be seen on demand via computer at http://bit.ly/aTsaGd. (Note: The TV station streams the video for Windows Media Player, so it reads readily on PCs. Macs will need to have conversion software installed, such as Flip4Mac, http://bit.ly/cvcr5L.) Crooks begins by leading Foster through his boyhood in Minnesota to the publication of his first book, a novel, during Foster’s Stanford years in the 1960s. Crooks then explores Foster’s travel books and pioneering online and Internet publications, starting in the 1980s, bringing the story forward to the author’s work in travel apps today. Foster and several other Bay Area authors in the Get Lit TV Series will be honored November 13 at a gala dinner, fund raiser, and book signing event titled Authors Under the Stars: A Literary Affair at the new Walnut Creek Library. Details of the event at http://bit.ly/cN8sVy.