I'll be speaking to members of the Lost State Writers Guild in Bristol, Virginia on June 7 at 11:30 a.m.
I've been a guest on several radio programs but my favorite experience has to be the first time Henry McCarthy interviewed me. He's a master of putting his guests at ease and he really digs deep with his questions. He's funny and charming and very knowledgeable about writers and writing. He's also a poet.
Henry's show Poets and Writers is broadcast on Emory and Henry's radio station, WEHC 90.7 and as the name implies, it showcases poets and writers.
A collection of recordings from Henry's show is found in The Southern Folklife Collection at the Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Below are parts 1 and 2 of my first interview. This took place in the spring of 2010, I believe. I performed readings from St. Peter's Monsters and Sawmill Boys, but the conversation also veered onto topics such as The Beatles, Charles Bukowski, and Edgar Allan Poe.
Thank you, Dominique Traverse Locke, for inviting me to speak to Castlewood High School students. They were attentive and curious and fun. I really enjoyed it! I also enjoyed the works of the other authors, Willie Dalton and Rebecca Elswick.
I'm happy to announce that I've been asked to be the official writer in residence for Sugar Hill Brewing Company.
We'll be announcing some literary events in the coming months.
Click here to visit the Sugar Hill website.
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