July 2012 Write On! Radio Archives

On Tuesday, July 3rd, our guests are Daniel Kalla and Camille Noe Pagan. Daniel Kalla calls in to talk about his new novel The Far Side of the Sky.

On Tuesday, July 10th, our guests are poets Jules Nyquist and John Roche.

Jules Nyquist is known to many Write on! Radio listeners as a former co-host of the show.  Now based in Albuquerque, she is the author of a new collection of poetry, Appetites, which mixes together poems, recipes, and photographs.  More information about Jules and her book can be found at julesnyquist.com.

We speak with Catherine Lundoff, the author of Silver Moon, a highly entertaining novel in which  protagonist Becca Thornton discovers that she isn't just experiencing menopausal symptoms: she's also becoming a werewolf.  Fortunately, this has happened to a number of other women of a certain age in the small town of Wolf's Point, so Becca is in good company.

On Tuesday, July 17th, our guests include Elizabeth Haynes, author of Into the Darkest Corner, as well as Brenda Langton, the co-author of The Spoonriver Cookbook.

Elizabeth Haynes is a police intelligence analyst. She started writing fiction in 2006 with the annual challenge of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and the encouragement of the creative writing courses at West Dean College. She lives in a village near Maidstone, Kent, with her husband and son.

We speak with Karen Thompson Walker, author of The Age of Miracles, who graduated from the Columbia MFA program. She is a recvipient of the 2011 Sirenland Fellowship and is a former editor at Simon and Schuster. Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews and Library Journal all gave The Age of Miracles starred reviews. The novel depicts what might happen should the Earth's rotation begin to slow.