Interview with novelist Terry Scott Boykie

Today’s special author guest is Terry Scott Boykie. We’re chatting about his literary work, The Forthcoming Jilt. Bio: Terry Scott Boykie has served as an administrator, fundraiser, and program director at international, national, and regional nonprofits helping them raise $25,000,000. He is the author of The Forthcoming Jilt and Autumn for a Day-old Toad. Terry’s Read More

Interview with debut novelist Sarah Z. Sleeper

Today’s special guest author is Sarah Z. Sleeper to chat with me about her new literary fiction, Gaijin. Bio: Sarah Z. Sleeper is an ex-journalist with an MFA in creative writing. She spent the first four years of her writing career as a journalist in Japan, which inspired Gaijin, her first novel. Her short story, Read More

Interview with writer Christian Fennell

Today’s special guest author is Christian Fennell and he’s chatting with me about his work of short literary fiction, Torrents of Our Time. Bio: Christian Fennell’s essays and short stories have appeared in a number of international magazines, literary journals, and collected works. He was a columnist and the fiction editor at the Prague Revue. Read More

Interview with writer Matt Bloom

Writer Matt Bloom joins me today to chat about his literary fiction, Salt of the Nation. Bio: Matt Bloom is an anti-money laundering investigator who lives in New York City with his wife, Shelley Simmons-Bloom, and their cat, Bunny. His three previous novels are Blue Paradise (1998), A Death in the Hamptons (2002), and The Read More

Interview with writer Clifford Garstang

Writer Clifford Garstang is helping me wrap up the week. He’s here to chat about his literary fiction short story collection, House of the Ancients and Other Stories Bio: Clifford Garstang is the author of the story collection House of the Ancients and Other Stories, as well as two other story collections, In an Uncharted Read More

Interview with literary novelist Uday Mukerji

Today’s special guest is Uday Mukerji and we’re chatting about his new literary fiction Dead Man Dreaming. Bio: Uday Mukerji was born in India and had worked as a creative director in advertising agencies in Singapore for nearly twenty years. However, in 2009, he left his job to pursue a career in writing. His first Read More

Interview with novelist Mary Fleming

Novelist Mary Fleming joins me today to chat about her literary fiction, The Art of Regret. Bio: I was born in Chicago but have lived in Paris since 1981. After working as a freelance journalist and consultant, then for a foundation, I turned to writing full-time. For seven years recently, I lived half-time in Berlin Read More

Interview with novelist/writer Jerome Mark Antil

Writer Jerome Mark Antil joins the blog today. He’s chatting with me about his new literary fiction, Mamma’s Moon: The Hoodoo of Peckerwood Finch. During his virtual book tour, Jerome will be awarding a $10 Amazon or Barnes and Noble (winner’s choice) gift card to a lucky randomly drawn winner. To be entered for a Read More

Interview with author Chuck Redman

Author Chuck Redman joins me today. We’re talking a little bit about his new satirical literary fiction, A Cottonwood Stand (A novel of Nebraska). Bio: Chuck Redman was born and raised in small-town Nebraska, a place that still gives him chills even though the scenery is less dramatic than the goosebumps on his arm. But Read More