Franz Weinschenk

Valley Writers Read
4:37 pm
Wed March 12, 2014

Franz Weinschenk's 'A Hike Down Colony Mill Road'

Franz Weinschenk
Credit Michael Karibian / Educational Employees Credit Union

Franz Weinschenk reads “A Hike down Colony Mill Road.”  Story is about an unhappy group of sailors from San Francisco known as the “Kaweah Colony,” who built a saw mill at the 5,000 foot level in what it now Sequoia National Park. It took them four years to construct a 10-mile road up to the saw mill, but they were forced to vacate once the national park was established.

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Valley Writers Read
1:41 pm
Wed March 27, 2013

Franz Weinschenk's “Catherine Haw Chin” on Valley Writers Read

Host and author Franz Weinschenk reads his story entitled “Home Room” which is about the lives of the author's former students at Edison High School in Fresno, Catherine Haw Chin. She worked for the Fresno County Courts for well over 40 years. 

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Valley Writers Read
1:26 pm
Wed October 10, 2012

Franz Weinschenk's "Brooklyn" on Valley Writers Read

This week on Valley Writers Read, host Franz Weinschenk shares his fascinating memoir titled "Brooklyn." We'll hear about his family fleeing Germany as Jewish refugees before World War Two, eventually settling in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Valley Writers Read
6:41 pm
Wed October 19, 2011

Franz Weinschenk's "The Dean's Dinghy" on Valley Writers Read

Franz Weinschenk
Credit Michael Karibian / Educational Employees Credit Union

On this edition of Valley Writers Read, Franz Weinschenk reads his story, "The Dean's Dinghy", which describes a tough day in the Dean's office at Fresno City College.

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