Posted by Patricia Ann McNair in Blog posts, On Making The Book, Things and Stuff.
Tags: 848, Alison Cuddy, Bill Shunn, Emile Ferris, Goodreads, Hanna Martine, Indie Pulp, Jody Lynn Nye, John Klima, Lissette E. Manning, NPR, Shelli Johnson, The Temple of Air, Tuesday Funk, WBEZ
A quick glimpse back at the week just passed:
Interview by Alison Cuddy on Chicago’s NPR station WBEZ for the morning news and culture show 848.
Tuesday Funk at Hopleaf, with fellow readers Emile Ferris, John Klima, Hanna Martine, Jody Lynn Nye, and Bill Shunn.
Indie Pulp publishes my “1X1 One Writer, One Question” essay “The Heartbeat of Your Story.”
Opening of the Christmas Book Giveaway of THE TEMPLE OF AIR on Goodreads.
Shelli Johnson, author of Small as a Mustard Seed, recommends the THE TEMPLE OF AIR and calls it a “beautifully-written collection of linked stories” in her interview with Lissette E. Manning.
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