We’re happy to welcome author Raymond Miller back to the coffee house. Raymond reads part of a story for us, and takes the listener on an emotional roller coaster through Kentucky and From the Train Station. Along with his experience writing in the time of Covid19, he talks about understanding life through the stories you’ve been told, and the styles and choices of authors.
Mentions from Episode 54:
- Red Green – Steve Smith
- “Queerinteen” is a mashup of the Shelter In Place Quarantine for COVID-19, and Pride month. You can find various media using the #queerinteen hashtag.
- Lost Cause of the Confederacy
- Show, Don’t Tell
- @writersrelief: Pantsers and Plotters
“In order to never again have that horrific experience where I find myself running in slow motion across a library crying “Noooooooooo…!” as the well-meaning librarian hands a seven-year-old boy a copy of The One Book With The Torture Scene, I write for adults these days under the pen-name T. Kingfisher. It’s just easier for everybody, particularly for my nerves.”
― Ursula Vernon/ T. Kingfisher
“The anthropologists got it wrong when they named our species Homo sapiens (‘wise man’). In any case it’s an arrogant and bigheaded thing to say, wisdom being one of our least evident features. In reality, we are Pan narrans, the storytelling chimpanzee.”
― Terry Pratchett, The Globe (Science of Diskworld #2)