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A Conspiracy of Lemurs
51 minutes | a month ago
Political Literature: The Personal and the Political, an Intertwining Narrative
Julie Wittes Shlack, author of This-All-at-Onceness, joins Jaynie Royal and Pam Van Dyk to discuss and ins and outs of political literature – how it may be differentiated from propaganda, it’s role in society, and its ability to endure and resonate beyond that political time.
64 minutes | 2 months ago
The Road to Redemption: Landscape, Culture, and Catastrophe As Catalysts For Character Development
Jaynie Royal and Pam Van Dyk spend an hour with two of our Southern Mash Literature Series authors: Rebecca Baum, author of Lifelike Creatures, and Karol Hoeffner, author of Knee Deep. Together we discuss the use of landscape, culture, and catastrophe as catalysts for character development; and how narrative point of view shapes the reader’s experience of that journey.
45 minutes | 2 months ago
Traveling in Place – Stories in Which Place takes a Significant Role
Jaynie Royal and Pam Van Dyk spend an hour with Jan Alexander, author of Ms. Ming’s Guide to Civilization, and Karen Quevillon, author of The Parasol Flower, discussing the role of place in fiction.
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