This is the reading series I run and moderate in New York. The theme of our next event is novels set in the 19th century.
Open to all ages. The Task: Draw a weapon deployed by Dutch defenders of Antwerp against Spanish besiegers in 1585. There is no image of this vessel, although there is a description from a primary source published by F. Strada in the eighteenth century. It is a ship with no sails on deck, but an …
Radio interview with the wonderful Dan Manley over at WMST! Taped January 29th.
A good, thoughtful review from author and critic Susan Appleyard over at Discovering Diamonds. Thank you!
Dear Friends, Hosts of the radio interviews I’ve been doing ask me what I think of the movie, Mary, Queen of Scots. Here goes: This latest excursion to the Tudor/Stuart saga got me sighing with happy surprise then clenching my teeth in fury and disappointment. The early section recounting young Mary, Queen of Scots’ struggle …
I was interviewed for the February issue of Historical Novels Review! You can read the New Voices article here.
A warm diverse group of writers, composers, actors, corporate executives, and doctors; technology that did not spite me, a slide show that worked, and books sold!
I was interviewed by Larry Whitler and Robin McBlane over on The Source at WOCA Radio back on January 17th! Here’s the show for your amusement: