Radio Appearance ESPN Humboldt Sports Radio Eureka CA

Doc appears on radio ESPN 1340 AM/92.7 FM Northcoast Tonight with JB Mathers and Tag Wotherspoon, November 15, 2018 from 5:00 – 5:30 pm.




Join Doc with JB and Tag to discuss the world in sports and updates on Doc’s upcoming spoken word/jazz show.

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Dramatic Reading and Discussion: Jack London’s classic short story, “A Piece of Steak” – Jack London State Historic Park, Glen Ellen, CA

Join life-long Jack London aficionado and park docent Doc Stull for a compelling reading followed by a spirited discussion at the House of Happy Walls, Jack London State Park, Glen Ellen, CA.

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM, Sunday,  August 12.    Free.

2400 London Ranch Road, Glen Ellen, CA 95442   Portico at House of Happy Walls Museum.  T: (707) 938-5216  $10.00 Vehicle entry fee.

Complimentary wine and refreshments served.

There is limited seating for this event.  Limited to 20 participants – please make reservations to insure seating.

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Californian Jack London (1876 -1916) was the most popular American author of his day – adventurer, romantic, realist, war correspondent, boxing writer, revolutionary, sportsman, socialist, public intellectual, dreamer…combative, contrary, contradictory, charismatic, and courageous – Jack London’s legacy lives here amidst the mystical magic of Valley of the Moon.

Perhaps no other American author encompassed more diverse subject areas and amassed more output within a short life-span of only 4o years – 50 novels, more than 200 short stories, plus a well-spring of non-fiction and photojournalism, London was a larger-than-life man of great passion, vision, and contradiction.

Join Doc and experience one of  Jack’s most riveting and unforgettable short stories.



Radio Appearance: Humboldt Magazine, KHSU 90.5 FM Arcata, CA

 Sport in the Americas and Caribbean and their connection to popular culture and politics:  Cuba Embraces Soccer (football)!

Friday, August 3,  2018 at 1:00  PM  

Join Danielle and Doc as they talk about Doc’s recent trip to Havana, Cuba.   Cuba, already known for its passion and prominence in baseball, boxing and track and field as well as its outstanding athletic trainers and sports-medicine physicians is now accelerating a national push for excellence in soccer (football).  Cuban viewership and interest in the recent World Cup was at an all-time high.  Listen in for an insightful and spirited talk about Doc’s experiences and fascinating connections between Cuba and the United States irrespective of the perils of politics.




Radio Appearance: Thursday Night Talk, KHSU 90.5 FM Arcata, CA

Havana Dairies:  Cuban Sport and Jazz, Kinetic Chords and Cultural Contexts

Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 7:00  PM   

Join host Brenda Starr as she talks with Doc Stull about his recent trip to Cuba where he took in the art and jazz and literary scene as well as sport, politics, history, writer Ernest Hemingway’s Havana hang-outs, Cuba’s fascination with the recent World Cup and much more!  The show archive link can be found below for the July 26, 2018 Edition of Thursday night talk.

Also, a jazz/poetry preview of Doc’s original upcoming spoken word performance entitled, Nicaraguan, Bolivian and Cuban Dairies:  Literary and Musical Reflections on travels in the Americas with original Latin Jazz compositions and accompaniment by keyboardist/composer Tim Randles and friends at the Westhaven Center for the Arts on Friday, November 16, 7:00 pm.




Radio Appearance: Humboldt Magazine, KHSU 90.5 FM Arcata, CA

 Sport in the Americas and Caribbean and their connection to popular culture and politics: The World Cup…and Esperanto? 

Friday, July 13,  2018 at 1:00  PM   

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 The World Cup soccer tournament wasn’t kind to teams from the Americas – early qualifiers included Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil.   Argentina’s super-star Messi failed to deliver big in their game against France – and though Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay showed early flashes of potential, they were all eliminated early on leaving Brazil and Uruguay to carry the torch for teams from the Americas into the quarter-finals.   Belgium defeated Brazil, and France vanquished Uruguay   The championship game will be France against upstart Croatia, a country of slightly more than 4 million people on July 15, 2018.

And while nationalist fervor was on full display in the World Cup spectacle, we’ll take a small departure from our usual discussion today to talk about Doc’s foray into linguistics and the language of Esperanto – a language developed over 130 years ago by a multilingual Polish physician to overcome the barriers of language differences.    

Join Doc and Danielle for  a highly stimulating and timely discussion about the potential for Esperanto as one avenue in helping bridge language and even national barriers in the wake of the nationalistic tides that are rising world-wide.   It’s a pretty sure bet however, that there will ever be an Esperanto soccer team competing in future World Cups! 

For more information on Esperanto –

An excellent book on the the history of Esperanto by Esther Schor-

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Radio Appearance: Humboldt Magazine, KHSU 90.5 FM Arcata, CA

 Sport in the Americas and Caribbean and their connection to popular culture and politics:  

Friday, June 1,  2018 at 1:00  PM   


Karla Wheelock:  Mexico’s greatest athlete?

While not as well-known as boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez, footballer Hugo Sanchez,  baseball pitcher Fernando Valenzuela, or golfer Lorena Ochoa,  Karla Wheelock is one of Mexico’s national sporting treasures.   A lawyer, leadership expert, a public speaker and writer, Wheelock is the first woman from Latin America to ascend the north slope of Mount Everest and the first Latin American woman to climb the highest mountain peaks in all seven continents.   Karla Wheelock combines precision athleticism, exquisite and detailed planning, human grit and courage in risking what few women or men have ever done.   Why climb mountains?   Because you can only ascend to how high you aspire.  Wheelock transcends national and gender barriers as an inspiration for everyone to set one’s goals high.   Listen to Danielle and Doc today on the Humboldt Magazine.