Steven Sherrill has been making trouble with words since 8th grade, when he was suspended from school for two weeks for a story he wrote.
On episode 132 author Lauren A. Forry joins me. Lauren was awarded the Faber and Faber Creative Writing MA Prize for her first horror novel, Abigail Hall.
On episode 131 author K. M. Robinson joins me. K.M. Robinson is a best selling storyteller who creates new worlds both in her writing and in her fine arts conceptual photography. She is a marketing, branding and social media strategy educator who is recognized at first sight by her very long hair. She isContinue reading “#131, author K. M. Robinson”
Origin: Stories on Creativity #130 nature conservation author Sarah Blake
On episode 129 of Origin, Author N.J. Cartner
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On episode 128 of Origin, Fantasy Author Jennifer Rainey joins me. Jennifer Rainey is a sometimes-author, sometimes-folk singer from Central Ohio who has always had a love for fantasy, history, and the paranormal. She is woefully dependent upon tea and simply cannot drive past an antique mall without stopping. Ms. Rainey–having confronted, befriended, and frequentlyContinue reading “#128 Jennifer Rainey.”
On episode 58 of Mirage, writer J.L. Willow joins me to chat about stem in speculative fiction writing. Stem stands for Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, my guest added the arts to make me feel better. This term is typically used when addressing education policy and curriculum choices in schools to improve competitiveness in scienceContinue reading “Mirage #58 STEM in Speculative Fiction w/ J.L. Willow”
On episode 127 of Origin, Fantasy Author Tony Roberts. Tony Roberts is the British author of the Casca series from 2006 onwards. In 2000 he created the official Casca website and five years later contacted the owner of the franchise who was looking for a replacement to Paul Dengelegi to continue the series. He isContinue reading “#127 Tony Roberts”
Avrin Kelly joins me to discuss her process when writing short fiction and the mystery of what to do with the creation is completed.
On episode 126 Historian Patrick Bowmaster joins me. Patrick Bowmaster is a freelance historian, writer, and career archivist. His work has been cited in at least thirty historical publications. All of his unpublished research and graduate student writing can be found in the collections of several leading research universities (ask) and other prominent repositories. HeContinue reading “#126 Patrick Bowmaster”