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The Writers Voice
11 minutes | 11 days ago
Episode 43: Carole Bumpus
This week's guest, Carole Bumpus, is a travel and food memorist. She talks about how food and family transcend genre and how she came to publish 3 books during the COVID pandemic.
19 minutes | 18 days ago
Episode 42: DeWitt Henry
This week's guest, DeWitt Henry, is a writer, editor, and teacher. He talks about memoirs and family relationships.
24 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 41: The Panel, with Richard J. Cass, Sarah Osborne, an Joe Gannon
Authors Richard J. Cass, Sarah Osborne, and Joe Gannon write different types of mystery, thriller, and crime fiction. We chatted about a number of topics, including how to create villains, the toughest part of writing, and that dreadful question: Who is Your Favorite Writer ... and Why?
15 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 40: Geza Tatrallyay
This week's guest on The Writer's Voice is Geza Tatrallyay, who talks about writing memoirs (he's published 3) and the benefits of writing in multiple genres.
22 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 39: Allen Wier
In this episode of The Writer's Voice, I chat with Allen Wier, who writes literary fiction. We talk about his process and he shares a number of funny stories: one about doing research for a period piece and his cross-country trek with his son.
20 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 38: Alice Persons
Alice Persons is a poet and the editor and publisher at Moon Pie Press. She talks with me this week about how poets can get their work published. She also offers tips and advice for poets in all stages of their careers.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 37: Gregory Wolos
This week, short story author Gregory Wolos shares his insights about writing short stories and making the transition from working in a longtime career to writing professionally, full-time.
11 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 35: Timothy Gager
Timothy Gager is a multi-published author, writing in several genres. He talks about writing in multiple genres and his new book 2020--which is a collection of poems he wrote during the year (you guessed it!) 2020.
20 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 34: R.B. Wood
In the second of a 2-part chat, R.B. Wood visits with me to discuss What Happens Next ... all those tasks and chores and work that needs to be completed after a writer completes the first draft of a book. It would be lovely if we could just wave a magic wand at that point, but we can't. And R.B. shares why. Part 1 was broadcast on December 30, 2020.
14 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 33: Ursula Wong
Historical author, Ursula Wong, talks with me this week about historical fiction and the 5th book in her Amber War series.
20 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 32: R.B. Wood
In the first of a 2-part chat, R.B. Wood visits with me to discuss What Happens Next ... all those tasks and chores and work that needs to be completed after a writer completes the first draft of a book. It would be lovely if we could just wave a magic wand at that point, but we can't. And R.B. shares why.
15 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 31: Terre Short
Terre Short is a human potential developer who specializes in leadership development and communication skills. She shares some of the wisdom that appears in her recent book, The Words We Choose, so you can maximuze the power of your voice - both as a writer and in your relationships.
16 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 30: Sarah Osborne
Welcome back, Sarah Osborne! Sarah revisits The Writer's Voice in Episode 30 to share her new Christmas book, talk about creating octogenarian sleuths, and offering tips for new writers.
10 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 29: Ruby Peru
After building a career as a ghostwriter of fiction, nonfiction, and memoir Ruby Peru's debut fantasy novel, Bits of String Too Small to Save, earned this from the Kirkus Reviews: “A wildly imaginative, occasionally haunting fantasy anchored by strong, evolving female characters.”
16 minutes | 5 months ago
Episode 28: John Radosta
In Episode 28 of The Writer's Voice, John Radosta talks about co-writing a book, pseudonyms, and his book, Bob Dylan in Performance: Song, Stage, and Screen.
16 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 27: Michael C. Keith
Author Michael C. Keith talks with me about his perspectives on writing nonfiction, memoirs, and short stories.
15 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 26: Joe Gannon
Crime writer, Joe Gannon, talks with me today about his time as a journalist in South America and how it taught him all about research. He also discusses writing series characters who last.
17 minutes | 6 months ago
Episdoe 25: Eden Baylee
Eden Baylee writes erotica, psychological suspense, and mystery. She is inspired by many things, including music and travel. In this week's episode, we talk about writing in multi-genres as well as co-writing with another author.
14 minutes | 6 months ago
Episode 24: Phillip E. Temples
This week's guest is Phil Temples, author of Uncontacted Frontier and several other books. He talks about writing in the "lab lit" genre of scientific murder mysteries among other subjects.
19 minutes | 7 months ago
Episode 23: Bonnar Spring
Bonnar Spring's international thriller, Toward the Light, was released recently and she visited with me to talk about that, how to find an agent, and how publishing short stories is VERY different from publishing novels.
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