Archive for DELMARVA Writers

Entry 242 – Margaret Mackinnon on Poetry’s Connections Between Obscurity & Mystery

Virginia Poet Margaret Mackinnon, winner of the 2014 Library of Virginia Poetry Award and the 2011 GERALD CABLE BOOK AWARD for THE INVENTED CHILD, talks with Jan Bowman about connecting the lines between the obscure and the mysterious.

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Entry # 232 – “Interview with Deepan Chatterjee”

Deepan said, “I wrote this book for a variety of readers – those who grew up in a foreign country (like I did) and then immigrated to the United States, those who reside here and wish to learn about other cultures and traditions, and anyone in general who loves reading short fiction and poetry.”

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Entry # 224 – Sue Collins & Nancy Taylor Robson- on What to Do When You Hear The Worst Possible News: OK – Now What?

What matters most when someone close to you has been diagnosed as terminal? The authors explore ways people can address the all-important time and quality of life issues for the caregiver and the loved ones.

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Entry # 206 – Interview with Maryland Romance Novelist, Lauren Monroe

About Lauren Monroe Lauren Monroe is the pen name for Lorriann Oberlin, a Maryland writer and novelist. She is a former native of Western PA.  Her new novel, LETTING GO:  Book One of The Maryland Shores, is a contemporary women’s fiction story set in the DC and Maryland area with strong connections to the Chesapeake […]

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Entry # 203 – “Kenton Kilgore – on Young Adult Novels & The Dragontamer’s Daughters”

  Kenton Kilgore Kenton Kilgore’s first young adult novel is “Dragontamer’s Daughters.” He took much of his inspiration for it from his childhood in Arizona and his studies of the Navajo people. He has just released the second novel in this series:  Dragontamer’s Daughters, Part 2: Stormcaller.    Available for Kindle and for Nook and iPad.  […]

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Entry # 198 – J. C. Elkin – on World Class: Poems Inspired by the ESL Classroom.

J.C. (Jane Cynewski) Elkin  World Class: Poems Inspired by the ESL Classroom February 1, 2014 – Book Launch J. C. Elkin   About J.C. (Jane) Elkin   A graduate of Bates College and Southern Connecticut State University, Jane Elkin is the founder and facilitator of The Broadneck Writers’ Workshop, as well as a theater critic […]

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Entry # 152 – WRITERS TALK – Interview with Lissa Brown, author of “Another F-Word”

Jan:    Thank you for the interview, Lissa. Let’s start by talking about your newest book, Another F-Word.  Barb Silvey, Gay-Straight Alliance Advisor of Spokane said after reading your novel, Another F-Word, “We are friends. We are family; but we cannot understand what our LGBTQ students go through.” She says that your book is a ‘must […]

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Entry # 141 – Phyllis Duncan Reports from AWP’s 2013 Boston Conference

Background:  The AWP: The Association of Writers and Writing Programs is based at George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. AWP provides support, advocacy, resources, and community to nearly 50,000 writers, 500 college and university creative writing programs, and 125 writers’ conferences and centers. Our mission is to foster literary achievement, advance the art of writing as essential […]

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Entry # 139 – WRITERS TALK – Wilson Wyatt, publisher, editor, author, photographer

Wilson Wyatt Wilson Wyatt, Jr. is a published writer and photographer. He is best known regionally for his supportive roles within the writers’ community on the Delmarva Peninsula. He is active in the Eastern Shore Writers Association, where he was a past president, and he is a former coordinator of ESWA’s Bay to Ocean Writers […]

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Entry # 128 – WRITERS TALK – Terry Plowman, Editor & Publisher of Delaware Beach Life

Terry Plowman, Editor & Publisher Delaware Beach Life has been named “2013 Business of the Year” by the Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce.  In 2009 it was named “Magazine of the Year” by the trade group, International Regional Magazine Association (called “international” because it includes member magazines in both the U.S. and Canada. Delaware […]

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