Marrie Stone chats with Caroline Leavitt, author of Is This Tomorrow, about being an outsider, how writing can’t escape personal experience, and what perseverance really looks like. In the second half hour, Howard Norman discusses his memoir, I Hate To Leave This Beautiful Place, his love of ornithology, and the power of place.
(Broadcast date: July 10, 2013)
San Francisco-based agent Ted Weinstein talks about the current state of publishing, and offers advice to writers: Let agents find you (he talks about how), become a multimedia empire (he talks about how), new publishing models (he talks about these), and more.
(Note: There’s a bit of technical trouble toward the beginning of the interview and at the end, about 50 minutes in. It’s not you, it’s me.)
Broadcast date: June 26, 2013)
Erica Bauermeister, author of The Lost Art of Mixing, talks with Barbara about her work, interconnected short stories, mind-mapping, and more on this June 2013 episode of Writers on Writing.
(Broadcast date: June 5, 2013)
Elinor Lipman, author of the novel, The View from Penthouse B, and I Can’t Complain, a collection of essays came on the show to talk about her fiction and nonfiction and more. She’s so charming, someone you’d want for your confidante, best friend, mentor, whatever!
(Broadcast date: May 15, 2013)
Guest host Marrie Stone chats with Anna Quindlen about her new memoir, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake and Meg Wolitzer, author of The Interestings.
Please note that Anna’s interview finishes abruptly and Meg’s interview begins mid-stream due to studio recording issues. We apologize for the technical snafu, but the majority of both interviews were captured. Thanks for your patience.
Download audio of Anna Quindlen.
Download audio of Meg Wolitzer.
(Broadcast date: April 24, 2013)
Judith Schwartz, author of Cows Save the Plant (Chelsea Green) came on the show to talk about how cows are not only cute–they are useful in countless ways. They’ve also been much maligned for their methane gassy ways. It’s not so! Listen to find out why. Judy also talked about how her articles about soil and the environment segued to a book length manuscript.
(Broadcast date: May 8, 2013)