Archive for DELMARVA Writers

Entry # 86 – WRITERS TALK – Phyllis Duncan – Part 2

Part 2 of an Interview with Phyllis Duncan. Phyllis Anne Duncan (Maggie to her friends) is a retired Federal Aviation Administration safety official who has been writing since third grade. A commercial pilot and former flight instructor, she writes fiction from her home in Staunton, VA. She is a graduate of Madison College (now James […]

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Entry # 84 – WRITERS TALK – Phyllis Duncan – Part 1

Part 1 – Interview with Author Phyllis Duncan. Part 2 will be posted Tuesday, August 21, 2012.  Phyllis Anne Duncan (Maggie to her friends) is a retired Federal Aviation Administration safety official who has been writing since third grade. A commercial pilot and former flight instructor, she writes fiction from her home in Staunton, VA. […]

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Entry # 79 – “WRITERS TALK” – Val Muller – Author of Corgi Capers Series

Background Notes:    Val Muller is a teacher and writer living in Virginia. Her first novel, Corgi Capers: Deceit on Dorset Drive, is the first in a mystery series for middle-grade readers starring fifth-grader Adam Hollinger and his two corgis.  You can find out more about the Corgi Capers series at www.CorgiCapers.com. Book Two is […]

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Entry # 68- WRITERS TALK – Mary Bowman-Kruhm – Nonfiction Author of More Than 30 Books

Background Notes: After a first career in education, where she wrote about 5,692 memos, lesson plans, and curricula guides no one ever read, Mary Bowman-Kruhm decided to write for kids. Maybe they’d read what she wrote!   Sure enough, her first book was I Hate School: How to Hang In & When to Drop Out (Harper […]

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Entry # 64 – WRITERS TALK – D.L. Wilson – Thriller/Adventure Fiction Author

Background Notes: D.L. Wilson was President, CEO, and Managing Director of U.S. and European corporations and consultant to industries and governments in 32 countries. His extensive international travel spawned a fascination with world cultures and exotic locales. His first book, The Kitchen Casanova–A Gentleman’s Guide to Gourmet Entertaining for Two, was featured on CNN, Evening […]

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Entry # 61 – WRITERS TALK – David Stewart White – Nonfiction Author

Background Notes:  Just in time for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, David Stewart White is the author of Let’s Take the Kids to London (4th edition) and co-author with his wife Deb Hosey White, of their just released newest publication, Beyond Downton Abbey: A Guide to 25 Great Houses.  Published as e-books and paperback […]

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Entry # 59 – WRITERS TALK – Deb Hosey White – Novelist & Nonfiction Writer

–> Background Notes:  Deb Hosey White’s novel, Pink Slips and Parting Gifts, described as a fictional story based on the sale of The Rouse Company is now available on Amazon Prime. Former residents of the Columbia-Baltimore area, Deb and husband, David White relocated to NC in 2008.  Deb’s second novel, Magic Numbers is well underway.  […]

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Entry # 57 – WRITERS TALK – Pamela Murray Winters – Part 2 – Poet

–> Poet – Pamela Murray Winters as Fourth Grader Background Notes:  Pamela Murray Winters grew up in Takoma Park, Maryland. Her poems have appeared in the Gettysburg Review, Gargoyle, the Delaware Poetry Review, JMWW, the Fledgling Rag, and Takoma Park Writers 1981, among other publications. A former music journalist, she plans to publish a collection […]

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Entry # 55 – WRITERS TALK – Pamela Murray Winters – Part 1 – Maryland Poet

–> Background Notes:  Pamela Murray Winters grew up in Takoma Park, Maryland. Her poems have appeared in the Gettysburg Review, Gargoyle, the Delaware Poetry Review, JMWW, the Fledgling Rag, and Takoma Park Writers 1981, among other publications. A former music journalist, she plans to publish a collection of poems on the relationship between performers and […]

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Entry # 49 – WRITERS TALK – Ann von Lossberg, author of a self-published Travel Memoir

 Today I bring you an interview with Ann von Lossberg, author of a travel memoir,  1089 Nights: An Odyssey Through The Middle East, Africa and Asia.  This is the second in a series of interviews that will cross genres, and include fiction, poetry, nonfiction, journalism and web-based writers.  Some will be published writers, unpublished writers, […]

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