Dr. Marsha Gordon wrote a biography of Ursula Parrot, the best-selling female author of the 1920-1930s. Her book, “Ex-Wife”, sold more than Faulkner and Fitzgerald put together when it came out. She wrote screenplays for Hollywood that catapulted women into stardom. But no one has heard of her. Come with us as Marsha delves into the world of being a professional woman of the age, of working in a man’s world, and what it meant to be successful and wealthy in her own time but still die penniless and alone. It’s a fascinating book of a fascinating woman, and we give her to you. … Continue…Episode 179 – Interview with Dr. Marsha Gordon
Laura Anne Gilman is a delightfully prolific author with a bent for the detective story, the noir in any setting from fantasy, sci fi, historic fiction – you name it. Urban supernatural sleuths chase elusive (and sometimes equally supernatural) victims and perps alike through history and fantasy, and Laura Anne’s world building immerses the reader deep within her vision. Her latest book, Uncanny Times, is coming out shortly and we can’t wait to read it! … Continue…Episode 163 – Interview with Laura Anne Gilman
Lynn Harrod is an award-winning screenwriter, author, and all-around raconteur. Come listen to him chat about how to move a story between four mediums: short screenplay, short story, feature screenplay, and novel — as he did for his novel The Queen’s Angel. … Continue…Episode 159 – Interview with Lynn Harrod
Episode 149 – Interview with Madeleine Holly-Rosing
Madeleine is an author, screenwriter, and the driving creative force behind Boston Metaphysical Society comes to talk about how to write a graphic novel, run a kickstarter, create a podcast, and finish projects you start! Her Steampunk imagination has extended into novellas, novels, podcasts, and of course a graphic novel collective that spans over a decade. … Continue…Episode 149 – Interview with Madeleine Holly-Rosing
Today we talk to Karen Hicks, something of a polymath in areas of interest and writing. Karen is a screenwriter and journalist, a newsletter chronicler, a biographer, a romance novelist, a short story and ghost writer, a non-fiction writer, and a columnist. She shares with us her methods on research as well as the passion and discovery that writing can inspire. … Continue…Episode 126 – Interview with Karen Hicks
Welcome to episode CXVI, where we talk to author Christine Cianci about her new book Walking the Mosaic. Christine is an amazing artist in multiple mediums, and adds science fiction to her portfolio with this new release. We caught up with her to talk about Rome, art, and the other influences in her creation.
Jeannie, John, Christine Cianci … Continue…Episode 116 – Interview with Christine Cianci