Write On Radio

We speak with Dan Hendrickson about his new poetry collection Dark Glasses. He is the author of several previous collections under the name Henry Rifle, including Shooting GalleryBullet TrainA Bullet West and Ballistics Train. He has dabbled in standup comedy and script writing, and has been published in The Rake.

We also talk with Dave Page about his new book F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota: The Writer & His Friends at Home. A former professor at Inver Hills Community College, he is also the co-author of F. Scott Fitzgerald in Minnesota: Toward the Summit, and editor of The Saint Paul Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald and The Thoughtbook of F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2017-07-25.mp3
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We speak with bestselling author Brian Freeman about his new thriller Marathon, a Jonathan Stride novel. He is also the author of the Cab Bolton series and the Frost Easton series, and his books have been published in 46 countries in 20 languages. His novel Spilled Blood won the award for Best Hardcover Novel in the annual Thriller Awards, and The Burying Place was a finalist for the same award.

We also talk with Douglas Wood about his new memoir Deep Woods, Wild Waters. His first book, Old Turtle, was named book of the year by the American Booksellers Ass’n. He is also the author of the bestseller, Grandad’s Prayers of the Earth, and the humorous Can’t Do series.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2017-06-27.mp3
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We speak with author and entertainer Lorna Landvik about her new effort Once in a Blue Moon Lodge, due out in April, the follow-up to her bestseller Patty Jane’s House of Curl. She is also the author of many other books, including Best to LaughAngry Housewives Eating Bon BonsMayor of the Universe and The Tall Pine Polka.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2017-03-21.mp3
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We speak with Anka Muhlstein about her new book The Pen and the Brush: How Passion for Art Shaped Nineteenth-Century French Novels. She is the author of many other books, including LaSalle: Explorer of the North American Frontier, and Baron James: The Rise of the French Rothschilds.

We also talk with David McNally about his new book Mark of an Eagle: How Your Life Changes the World. He is the author of many other books, including Even Eagles Need a Push: Learning to Soar in a Changing World, and Be Your Own Brand.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2017-03-14.mp3
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We speak with James Stitt about his new novel Rise of the Spring Tide, which was recently named a finalist for a Minnesota Book Award in Genre Fiction. He is also the author of Sagar’s Tale. His works explore our mythologies and the intuitive knowledge of the ancients.

We also talk with Carolyn HolbrookMarcie Rendon and Anh-Hoa Thi Nguyen about More Than a Single StoryAnh-Hoa Thi Nguyen is a poet, community artist, activist and educator. She is the founder of Pomelo Press and is a Minnesota State Arts Board Artist Initiative Grant Winner. Carolyn Holbrook is an adjunct professor of creative writing at Hamline University and is a writer, educator, and long-time advocate for the healing power of the arts. She also won a MN Book Awards Kay Sexton Award. Marcie Rendon, an enrolled member of the White Earth Nation, is a playwright, poet, and freelance writer. Her debut novel is Murder on the Red River.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2017-03-07.mp3
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