Archive for Interviews

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 # 227 – Breadloaf Slices – 2014 Notes from Julie Wakeman-Linn

Julie Wakeman-Linn, Editor of Potomac Review sent along a blog from day four of her experiences as a participant at the August 2014, Breadloaf Writers Conference at Middlebury College in Vermont. “As Potomac Review editor, I am looking among the scholarship writers for likely contributors to the next issue.”

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Entry # 226 – Interview with Julie Wakeman-Linn, Editor of Potomac Review & Breadloaf Writer

Julie Wakeman-Linn, Editor of Potomac Review answers questions about the joys of editing a literary journal and shares her experiences at the Breadloaf Conference.

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Entry # 225 – M J O’Brien Tells the Story Behind-the-Story of We Shall Not Be Moved, 2014 Lillian Smith Book Award Winner..

Examines the 1963 Woolworth’s Sit-In and the Civil Rights Movement. Based on Fred Blackwell photo of crisis moments in Jackson, Mississippi.

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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 # 221 – Interview with Jeanne N. Ketley, Author of Happy Homes: A Consumer’s Guide to Maryland Condo and HOA Law & Best Practices for Homeowners and Boards

Background:  After retiring from the National Institute of Health (NIH), where she worked as a Scientist and Administrator, Jeanne N. Ketley, PhD, joined Maryland Homeowners’ Association in August 2004. She served as president of the MHA for the past five years. MHA is a consumer advocacy group dedicated to promoting the rights of unit owners […]

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Entry # 220 – Tom Glenn – on Being an AIDS Buddy & Writing his Novel, No-Accounts

Tom Glenn has worked as an undercover agent, a musician, a linguist (seven languages), a cryptologist, a government executive, a federal budgeteer, a care-giver for the dying, and, always, a writer.

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Entry # 217 – Dr. Eric S. Mondschein’s Stories About the 50’s & 60’s & Life at 12 College Road

Dr. Eric S. Mondschein is an author and education consultant. He has taught law and education, worked for the US government, published and edited numerous articles and books, directed an award-winning program for the New York State Bar Association, and served as advisor to an international NGO in Haifa, Israel, on external affairs, government relations, […]

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Entry # 216 – “Online Journals Are The Future”

Small online journals are a growing trend nationwide. As costs associated with print journals continue to increase, online journals that feature a range of online work: poetry, fiction, nonfiction, humor, podcasts, music, art and videos are the future. Although there are hundreds out there looking for new writers and interesting materials, two such journals that […]

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Entry # 212 – “Lissa Brown’s Family of Choice – sequel to Another F-Word

At Sea Again – Photo Credit Jan Bowman – 2014 Over the next few months, I will follow up with writers previously interviewed about their work. Today’s Blog Post is a follow-up with Lissa Brown whose interview for her first book, Another F-Word was posted as Entry # 152 on this blog.  Since that interview, […]

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