Write On Radio

We speak with D. Laszlo Conhaim about his new adventure novel Comanche Captive. He is also the author of Autumn Serenade. In 1995, Conhaim co-founded The Prague Revue, the longest-running literary journal to serve the community of international writers in Prague

We also talk with James Tucker about his debut novel Next of Kin, a Detective Buddy Lock mystery. He is a Minneapolis attorney who was awarded a fiction position at the Loft’s Mentor series and attended the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley and the Tin House Writers’ Workshop in Portland.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2017-12-12.mp3
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In this episode of Write On! Radio, Paul talks with Dan Darling about his new novel Aracheopteryx. Currently, he teaches English composition, creative writing, and literature at Normandale College in the Twin Cities, where he lives with his wife and young kid. You can find him bowling every Tuesday night.

Liz Olds will also be speaking with Tommy Murray about his new novel Fathers, Sons, and the Holy Ghosts of Baseball. Tommy Murray is a retired teacher from the Minneapolis Public Schools. He is the author of one other novel: the forthcoming The Empty Set.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2018-04-24.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 1:48pm CST

Tuesday, April 17th, on Write On! Radio, we speak with Michael Kardos about his new novel Bluff. Michael Kardos is also the author of the novels, Before He Finds Her, and The Three-Day Affair, as well as the story collection One Last Good Time.

We also chat with our own Lynette Reini-Grandell about her new poetry collection Wild Verge. Lynette is one of the early producers for Write On! Radio, and has also written Approaching the Gate (Holy Cow! Press, 2014), which won the 2015 Northeastern Minnesota Book Award for Poetry.

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2018-04-17.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 6:16pm CST

We speak with Mary Sharratt about her new novel Ecstasy. Among her prior works are Illuminations: A Novel of Hildegard von Bingen, Daughters of the Witching Hill, The Dark Lady’s Mask, The Real Minerva, The Vanishing Point and Summit Hill. Her works explore the hidden histories of Renaissance women.
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We speak with Scott Hartley about The Fuzzy and the Techie: Why the Liberal Arts Will Rule the Digital World. He has served as a Presidential Innovation Fellow at the White House and is a venture capitalist and start-up advisor. He is a contributing author to the MIT Press book Shopping for Good. He has also written for publications such as Inc., Foreign Policy, Forbes, and Boston Review.

We also chat with poet and essayist Heidi Czerwiec about her recently-released poetry collection Conjoining. She is also the author of the forthcoming lyric essay collection Fluid States, winner of Pleiades Press’ 2018 Robert C. Jones Prize for Short Prose, and is the editor of North Dakota Is Everywhere: An Anthology of Contemporary North Dakota Poets. She lives in Minneapolis, where she is Senior Poetry Editor with Poetry City, USA and mentors with the Minnesota Prison Writing Workshop. You can visit her at http://heidiczerwiec.com

Direct download: WriteOnRadio_2018-04-03.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 5:49pm CST

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