Pulitzer Prize winning author Jennifer Egan, author of Manhattan Beach, A Visit from the Goon Squad, and Look at Me, joins Barbara DeMarco-Barrett for the entire hour. Jennifer is a writer’s writer, so generous in sharing her writing process.
(Broadcast date: Oct. 18, 2017)
David Williams, author of When the English Fall, an epistolary dystopian novel that takes place in Lancaster, PA, after a solar storm disrupts all technology, talks with me about getting an agent and how Nanowrimo helped.
(Broadcast date: October 4, 2017)
Novelist and short story writer Nathan Englander joins Marrie to talk about his latest “turducken” of a novel, Dinner at the Center of the Earth. They chat about humor, how the personal becomes universal, the benefits of writing as an ex-pat, and how to write intentional chaos.
In the second half, CNN correspondent and novelist Alisyn Camerota joins to talk about her debut, Amanda Wakes Up. She talks about writing what you know, how she did (or did not) predict the 2016 election, her thoughts on how journalism has changed, and the magic of writing 5 minutes a day.
(Broadcast date: September 20, 2017)
Richard Polt, author of The Typewriter Revolution, and Barbara DeMarco-Barrett talk about typewriters, why they’re becoming popular again, and why writers should give them a chance.
(Broadcast date: Sept. 27, 2017)
Novelist Nathan Hill, author of The Nix, joins Marrie Stone for the hour. They talk politics, betrayal, what we owe each other and what we don’t, how history repeats itself, writing over the course of a decade, weird Amazon reviews, and much, much more.
(Broadcast date: September 6, 2017)
Wendy Corsi Staub, mystery author with more than 75 books to her credit, talks with Barbara DeMarco-Barrett about writing mystery and suspense fiction, and her path to becoming a NYT bestselling author. Staub will be a keynote presenter at Ladies of Intrigue, sponsored by the Orange County chapter of Sisters in Crime, on Oct. 1, 2017. More info here.
(Broadcast date: Sept. 13, 2017)