Ingrid Rimland is a consummate media person, with hundreds of features coast to coast.
Fresno Bee: ". . . Ingrid Rimland generates so much energy that she practically glows in the dark . . ."
Seattle Times: ". . . A story of achievement against intimidating odds . . ."
Long Beach Press-Telegram: ". . . her story is one of pain and hardship, despair and ostracism, work and devotion, survival and success. . . "
San Francisco Examiner: ". . . here, you are soon aware, is a stubborn, driven survivor who has fought her way through a life as dramatic as the answers she suggests . . . "
Below is a partial listing of various media sources.
An extended feature article describing Ingrid Rimland's odyssey as depicted in "The Furies and the Flame" was carried in the following:
Copley News Service - Robert Studer, Bureau Chief
The Verduga Group - Deb Miller, Feature Writer
Additionally, numerous broadcasts over many stations featured Ingrid Rimland, including:
Copley Radio Network -
An interview with Ingrid Rimland was carried by 700 stations in the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Hong Kong, Guam, Samoa, Thailand and West Germany.
Host: Patrick Glynn
Voice of Freedom
Repeat world-wide satellite programs and numerous radio programs
Features, Articles and Book Reviews
Los Angeles Times
San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco Examiner
San Diego Union-Tribune
Long Beach Telegram
Kansas City Star
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Martinez News Gazette
Boutique and Villager
The Mail Tribune
The Desert Sun
St. Paul Dispatch
Lost River Star
Del Mar Blade-Citizen
The North County Times
. . . and many others!
Miscellaneous Radio and Television
Hundreds of radio and television shows too numerous to mention across the United States and Canada . . .